How To Lose a Demon in 10 Days
GOT DEMON? Grace does. She's got more demon than she can saddle. In fact, she's got a sinfully sexy Crown Prince of Hell named Caspian. She's also got ten days to get rid of him or Bad Things shall ensue. See, her Russian mobster ex-boyfriend didn't take kindly to her smutty Mephistophelean... show more
GOT DEMON? Grace does. She's got more demon than she can saddle. In fact, she's got a sinfully sexy Crown Prince of Hell named Caspian. She's also got ten days to get rid of him or Bad Things shall ensue. See, her Russian mobster ex-boyfriend didn't take kindly to her smutty Mephistophelean contract. It's not that she's conspiring with fiends; that was his idea. It's that she's conspiring against him with outrageous devilry that runs the gamut from embarrassing to a dead hooker turned dominatrix demon gunning for his soul. One should never trust demons, let alone shag them. They don't have hearts. Yet Grace is buying hers some slightly tarnished armor and hoping that once he's been shoveled into it, kicking and screaming, he'll find it's just his size. This damsel in distress needs a dark knight for a Happily Ever After.
Publish date: August 28th 2012
Publisher: Kensington Brava
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: 10 Days (#1)
Book source ~ ARC. My review is voluntary and honest. Grace, the witch, summons Caspian, Crown Prince of Hell, in order to have him destroy her ex-lover and get her son back. There’s a lot to love about this witch-summons-demon story, but then there’s a lot that’s just meh. The steamy hotness be...
Really not my kind of story. It works hard for the erotic angle, including having the main character sign a contract with a demon that exchanges sex for help in getting revenge. Ummm.... Prostitution anyone? Any women who usually chooses her own partners should be at least a little uncomfortable wit...
Picked this one up for free during a promotion. Thank god, because if I'd spent money on it, I'd be genuinely grumpy. As it stands, I'm merely bemused.I managed to make it a page or two into chapter 8. A common thought I had while reading was along the lines of how HARD the author was trying. Total ...
Quite honestly, I didn't enjoy this one as much as I did the second one. Actually, the more I think about it, it had a lot of the same flaws as How to Marry a Warlock, just without the great side characters. I loved Hades, but it just didn't my attention as well.