‘Curia Noctis: Krell v Bulin’ by Ben Bryant

Jake Carlill attends a distinguished networking event for law graduates, hoping for a lucky break. A mysterious woman with a vicious streak who can choose to be seen or unseen at will makes Jake an offer he can’t refuse. He leaves the soirée with a job working for the Curia Noctis, a centuries-old justice system that deals with the supernatural. Before long, he is battling wizards, assassins, and various denizens of the underworld…in the courtroom. Jake’s first solo case involves a demon who claims to have contractual ownership of a young, handsome, police officer. The odds are stacked against Jake: Can he manage not to be distracted by the dreamy police officer whose life is in his hands? Will he win the case? How much is a soul actually worth these days? Curia Noctis: Krell v Bulin is an urban fantasy courtroom drama with a gay romance subplot. It draws inspiration from The Night Watch, Harry Potter, and The Dresden Files.

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