Blaze never imagined how much his life would change when he decided to fight demons and save lives in the process. In his mind, he was doing his best to save the world. To give people and the various species found throughout the universe the best opportunities for survival. In the blink of an eye, his life and that of his crew are soon turned topsy-turvy. Presented with the most unexpected of situations, they must work together in vanquishing untold evils in the hopes of finally being able to live peaceful lives.

Aaron Crash has penned quite an interesting book. One where nothing is as it seems. A space opera, Robot Bangarang is not your usual story. It’s full of erotic elements interspersed within scenes of battles and the characters’ everyday lives. I admit this is a genre style I’ve never read before. Mind you, I’ve read space operas before, but none with erotic elements such as this one. Ironically, it works. In more ways than one, too.

Blaze and Mara are two characters who are always at each other’s throats. Their animosity is palpable, yet understandable. They’ve been in each other’s lives for so long, they know everything they need or want to know about one another. I like the fact that the author uses the characters’ animosities to further branch out the story. It’s a needed element, I think, in order show us their vulnerabilities and insecurities. There’s never a dull moment between the two, further adding to the world that always surrounds them. Whether they’ll continue to coexist remains to be seen, something we’ll certainly get to see once book two rolls around, I’m sure.

SYNOPSIS

Blaze never imagined how much his life would change when he decided to fight demons and save lives in the process. In his mind, he was doing his best to save the world. To give people and the various species found throughout the universe the best opportunities for survival. In the blink of an eye, his life and that of his crew are soon turned topsy-turvy. Presented with the most unexpected of situations, they must work together in vanquishing untold evils in the hopes of finally being able to live peaceful lives.

When you’re a demon hunter, you probably shouldn’t invite a succubus into your bed…
Blaze is a highly trained astral marine, fighting demons and saving lives, so he should know better than to bed his latest client. And yet, when she puts a hex on him, suddenly women find him irresistible. Even his ex-wife is eyeing him, which is a problem, because she’s an evil witch. Literally.

Together, Blaze and Mara form an uneasy alliance with a misfit crew of aliens and monsters to track down demons, snare ghosts, and destroy hellish creatures bent on murder—all while trying to close the gates of hell forever.

There’s just one problem. A demon-possessed robot has infiltrated their starship, the Lizzie Borden, and a vicious coven of stellar vampires have stranded them in a graveyard of ships at the edge of known space. All the while, the women on his crew won’t leave Blaze alone!

From Aaron Crash, author of the American Dragons series and the litRPG epic War God’s Mantle, comes a brand new shoot-em-up, action adventure, paranormal space opera you won’t want to put down. This novel contains swearing, violence, cyborg vampires, and a harem of beautiful if somewhat inhuman women that the hero regularly sleeps with—when he’s not hunting demons. Enjoy!

A Note from the Author: ROBOT BANGARANG was originally published as DAMNATION ROBOT and what you are about to read is the re-mix. Now, this is important, if you already read DAMNATION ROBOT, you might think twice about this book. It’s basically the same, except I eased up on some of the horror elements and added some sexy times, so those scenes involve one or more beautiful women.

Now, if you didn’t read DAMNATION ROBOT at all, you’ll probably be fine. I’m Aaron Crash and I approve of this book.

Okay, lastly, if you read and loved DR, this will be a variation on something you already like, which can be fun. I hope it’s fun because I really liked these books. They didn’t quite find their audience, however. Sad face. I’m hoping with a little re-imagining, they’ll find readers who like a little spicy in their supernatural soap opera. Happy face!

I’d like to thank Shadow Alley Press for allowing the re-mix. Also, thanks to Byl Karvetz for being a fan, and all the people who read and left reviews.

PURCHASE LINKS

AMAZON
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07SXTCBG6

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Aaron Crash writes adrenaline-fueled odysseys into the extreme regions of speculative fiction. If you’re looking for cyborg vampires or jellyfish centaurs, you’ve come to the right place.

He is the co-author of the War God’s Mantle series (Shadow Alley Press) and other over-the-top sci-fi/fantasy novels. He’s been an Amazon All-Star and his books have broken into Amazon’s Top 100.

When he’s not wrestling the word dragons, he mountain bikes, kills pixels dead, and has been known to watch a movie or three. He lives in Colorado where he does devilish things.

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS

SHADOW ALLEY PRESS WEBSITE
https://shadowalleypress.com/author-aaron-crash
FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/AaronCrashBooks

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