Kix Welty is Seattle’s fastest pizza delivery driver, an easy feat for someone who’s recently learned how to teleport. When a friend’s child is kidnapped out of school, Kix knows she can track him down. All she has to do is figure out how to teleport through infinite universes, to a place she’s never been, without guidance or going insane. Easy-peasy, right?
Toesy knows how. Toesy is thirty-two pounds of accidentally cybernetically-enhanced, Maine Coon housecat. Normally, he dislikes children but this one? This one is different. This one is nice. And Toesy wants him back. Whoever took the boy had better start running because they’re about to have one furry CATastrophe on their hands.
Jake Denny has a pizza problem. Even though they are officially friends now, he still can’t figure out how to talk to Kix Welty, the intimidatingly hot delivery driver from Pizza Joe’s. Every time he tries to ask her out, he ends up rambling on about video games, kung-fu movies, or science. She must think he’s the most boring boob on the planet.
So when Kix stumbles upon a key component to an experiment Jake is planning, he seizes the opportunity to impress her. Unfortunately for everyone, his experiment works. The resulting twist in reality puts Kix into the path of a dangerous stalker and Jake in the center of a nightmarish web.
Thanatos is thirty-two pounds of (mostly) Maine coon cat. He lives upstairs from all this mess, and he definitely does not approve. Together, he and Pansy will set the Universe back to rights. They will conquer villains! They will avenge things! They will… Wait…who is Pansy?
Delilah Pelham’s brother, Paul, is missing. She should probably be worried about that but honestly, he’s been in trouble since the day he learned the words “trust me.” In fact, if it weren’t for his roommate, Carl, she would gladly leave him to his fate. Carl is a good guy, even if he’s a bit of a dork. Okay, a large slice of a dork. Possibly the entire cake. But he wants to help, as do his gamer friends; which is how Deli finds herself in the middle of Hong Kong with the King of the Dorks, running from creepy guys with slicked back hair and shiny black guns. Back at home, Carl’s friends aren’t faring nearly as well. All they had to do was monitor the situation and feed Deli’s cat while she was gone. How could that possibly end in bloodshed?