The Toy in Daddy’s Pants

Longmire does it again, with a whole slew of parody Romance novel book covers.

My favorites:

  • I’m About to Let One
  • For the Love of Scottie McMullet
  • The Deflowering of Marie Osmond
  • The Toy in Daddy’s Pants

But my overall favorite is the parody of Kelley Armstrong’s Industrial Magic, here re-titled Chili Supper for Satan, since I’m just finishing up Armstrong’s Otherworld series with the latest Broken.

I’ve loved all of Armstrong’s books, but really only liked the original Lucia Kim tradeback cover of Bitten. The newer covers all have pentagrams on them, not that there’s anything wrong with pentagrams, it’s just there aren’t any in the books. Sure, the characters are werewolves, witches, sorcerers, demons, necromancers, but they aren’t drawing bloody pentagrams on the floor and dancing naked around them.

They’re too busy chasing the bad guys for that.