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A Love Life Like Karmic Disaster, Casey Pope, contemporary adult fiction

March 5, 2016

Cover for A Love Life Like Karmic DisasterVictor is a genius who can do most anything he puts his mind to, and what he puts his mind to is to win the love of Francine.

But she dies.

She was only 24, suicide. He had known her since 7th grade but she only loved him as a friend, yet this never stopped Victor from trying, and he’s not about to stop just because she’s dead. Unfortunately, she died horribly, so in addition to stealing her body, Victor needs to procure replacement organs and appendages, and of course, he has to figure out a way to make a miracle happen, i.e., resurrection.

Even if successful, will Francine finally love Victor, or will she be freaked out from having been dead, or just plain P.O.’d about being resurrected against her will? Oh, and there are cops hot on Victor’s heels re: the missing body and the trail of mayhem he leaves in his wake to accomplish his goal.

A Love Life Like Karmic Disaster is a contemporary love story inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein a.k.a. The Modern Prometheus.

Available for Kindle on Amazon US, AU/NZ, CA, UK
ePub available on iTunes
Trade paperback available on Amazon US, AU/NZ, CAUK, Barnes & Noble


Casey Pope writes novels in the mainstream/upmarket category, i.e., literary/commercial hybrid.

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  1. Marcia Norman permalink
    March 6, 2016 5:35 am

    Just bought the paperback and can’t wait till it arrives. I’m laughing just from the few excerpts I read pre-publishing – full review to follow. Congrats, Casey, can’t wait to recommend it to both my bookclubs 😉

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