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Alexander S. Ryker is now a marriage candidate to Gabrielle Angelise, the princess of Angelisia and daughter of King Lucifer, who rules over most of the galaxy. Of course, he’s only her marriage candidate because Gabrielle is pretending to love him. For the sake of her freedom and continued happiness, he’s decided to play along.

Unfortunately, his decision has once more cost him - several billion credits worth of damage to Mars’ City’s dome, which protects the citizens from the harmful atmosphere. The only way to pay it off is to spend time with one of the only people he hates more than anyone else: his uncle, Nicolas Ryker.

The shenanigans of a wannabe hero and a bodacious alien princess continues in A Most Unlikely Hero, Volume 3!

©2018 Brandon Varnell (P)2020 Brandon Varnell

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  • 08-01-2021

another great story

Brandon hits one out of the park again. the continuing story of our most unlikely hero comes at us with more awesome story beats and an awesome fight scene. Amber's narration is as spot on as ever and I fucking love Jasmin!

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