A Demon Does It Better
PRAISE FOR DEMONS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND "Step into Linda Wisdom's world of wonder and infinite possibilities, sexy demons and clever witches, laughter, danger, and a surprise on every page."— Annette Blair, National Bestselling Author of Bedeviled Angel A MADHOUSE IS NO PLACE FOR A CURIOUS... show more
PRAISE FOR DEMONS ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND "Step into Linda Wisdom's world of wonder and infinite possibilities, sexy demons and clever witches, laughter, danger, and a surprise on every page."— Annette Blair, National Bestselling Author of Bedeviled Angel A MADHOUSE IS NO PLACE FOR A CURIOUS WITCH... After more than a century, Doctor Lili Carter, witch healer extraordinaire, has returned to San Francisco and taken a job at Crying Souls Hospital and Asylum, where something peculiar and wicked his happening. Patients are disappearing, and Lil wants to know why. AND DOUBLY DANGEROUS FOR A DEMON... Lili finds herself undeniably attracted to perhaps the most mysterious patient of all—a demented but seriously sexy demon named Jared. What's behind the gorgeous chameleon demon's late-night escapades? Before long, Lili and Jared are investigating each other—and creating a whole new kind of magic. "Humor, danger, and steamy sex make for an exciting read." —RT Book Reviews, 4 ½ stars "Plenty of romance and passion woven through a well-built and fascinating world." —Fresh Fiction
Publish date: January 1st 2012
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 343
Edition language: English
Series: Hex (#6)
This one felt like it took too light a view of what should have been a fairly dark storyline. All the magical stuff was fluffy and light and goofy. And then you have the conflict part of the storyline which has the inmates of the hospital asylum being severely abused and experimented on by the doct...
I had no real connection to either of the leads; I actually liked the minor characters better. The bad guy in the story didn't even have a huge part; anti-climatic.
I have to say that I easily devoured each page as I read A Demon Does It Better. There was definitely some intrigue, along with some flirty fun, that help to keep the plot moving. The final conflict was a little quick, and I’m still not exactly sure what happened, but getting to that point was fas...
I liked her other Witches better. This one just didn't resonate with me.