How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days-Saranna DeWylde

How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days

Saranna DeWylde

Kensington Brava, Aug 28 2012, $14.00

ISBN 9780758269157

 

Grace summons Caspian a crown prince of Hell.  He calls her witch and she calls him demon as they strike a deal in which she offers him sex his style and he deals with her problems caused by her former boyfriend violent Russian mobster Michael who legally gained custody of her son Nikolai.

 

As they team up to send Michael and his demon defender Ethelred on one-way tickets to hell, the witch and the crown prince find the sex heavenly.  Grace and Caspian begin to wonder if there is any future beyond the bloody contract while dealing with his heated boss, her bewitching family, the avenging spirit of a hooker, and the Russian mafia.

 

This is an amusing erotic paranormal romance although the horde of characters requires a scorecard to decide who is on whose side as the cast can overwhelm the plot; hell it is hard to tell who is real or a demon Memorex moment.  The twisting storyline is fun while there is also a serious undertone involving violence against women.  Fans will enjoy the skin ripping banter between the demon and the witch as we learn “Faust never got laid.”

 

Harriet Klausner

How to Lose a Demon in 10 Days

Saranna DeWylde

Kensington Brava, Aug 28 2012, $14.00

ISBN 9780758269157

 

Grace summons Caspian a crown prince of Hell.  He calls her witch and she calls him demon as they strike a deal in which she offers him sex his style and he deals with her problems caused by her former boyfriend violent Russian mobster Michael who legally gained custody of her son Nikolai.

 

As they team up to send Michael and his demon defender Ethelred on one-way tickets to hell, the witch and the crown prince find the sex heavenly.  Grace and Caspian begin to wonder if there is any future beyond the bloody contract while dealing with his heated boss, her bewitching family, the avenging spirit of a hooker, and the Russian mafia.

 

This is an amusing erotic paranormal romance although the horde of characters requires a scorecard to decide who is on whose side as the cast can overwhelm the plot; hell it is hard to tell who is real or a demon Memorex moment.  The twisting storyline is fun while there is also a serious undertone involving violence against women.  Fans will enjoy the skin ripping banter between the demon and the witch as we learn “Faust never got laid.”

 

Harriet Klausner

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