A naive computer technician is wrapped up in a web of feminine wiles and wizardry files, moral gray areas and the power of the Gods.
Simon's on a journey to understand himself, but it will take the help of at least two extraordinary women and one demon to help him with that colossal task.
Soon, through no real fault of his own, he's a wanted criminal caught up in a well-meaning global scheme that will, unfortunately, destroy the planet, the solar system, and his chance at a real relationship with an actual woman.
Simon can't even deal with his love life. And now, Timothy Baggers wants to teach the whole world about their magical nature. Like any proper globally scheming fellow, though, he has also ignored a real danger: if humanity finds out they're wizards, it might piss off the Elder Gods. Legitimate ones, with other-dimensional mouths that speak black holes and other sanity-stretching things. You know, sort of Lovecraftian in nature, but real.