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C+
Demon Hunting in the Deep South

When reading romantic comedy I tend to draw a distinction between that which is silly fun and that which is just plain silly. This book straddles the line between the two as far as I’m concerned. Some of it worked for me, but some of it did not. If you ever find yourself in Hannah, Alabama, bew ...

B
A Demon Does it Better

My favorite paranormal romances are the funny ones: No larger-than-life heroes that take themselves too seriously, no heroines that can’t wait to be bonded, no destruction of the world looming. Instead, I like amusing little magics and the zany situations that occur when you throw magical elements ...

B
Enraptured

The omnipresent paranormal romance series often loses its luster after the first few books, but Elisabeth Naughton's Eternal Guardians series is still going strong with book four, Enraptured. Upon the capture of his brother, Gryphon's, soul, the demon hybrid Orpheus is tapped by the go ...

B
Envy

As I park my sitter on my rolling office throne and finger up to my lettered and clicky, I realize that I don't quite know how to cowboy up a grade, you feel me? I was hand-grenaded by J R Ward's latest pagey rectangle, but was continually Katrina'd from the story by the Citarum River of creative tu ...

B+
Demon Marked

Look up complex in the dictionary and one of the definitions will be "novels by Meljean Brook, esp the Guardian series." Ms. Brook can also be found in the thesaurus under antonyms for "brain candy." Hers are not the type of books that you read between phone calls or on your lunch break. Concentrati ...

D
Demon Hunting in Dixie

I like funny paranormal romances, but have to draw the line at one filled with juvenile humor and penis jokes. Add in a hero who speaks like a robot and lots of sex but no romance, and the book just doesn’t work for me. If not for a cute talking dog and a flying faery cat, this book might have an ...

B-
The Demon in Me

Paranormal romance, you and I had a good ride, but the party’s over. After at least five years of happily reading about vampires and werewolves as desirable heroes instead of the stuff of nightmares, I have hit the end. Despite a likeable heroine, a tight plot and an easy writing style, Michelle R ...

B
What A Demon Wants

What A Demon Wants is a hoot. I haven’t been so entertained in a long time, and I can definitely recommend this light, fun read. Ellina Kostova is a half demon, half human author who happens to write a successful fiction series about a cake decorator-turned demon hunter named Jenny Bell. Unfort ...

D+
Kiss & Hell

Kiss & Hell is my first book by Dakota Cassidy, and if it’s representative of her work, will likely be my last. The plot moves unbearably slow, and the heroine is like Paris Hilton channeling Snoop Doggy Dogg. Delaney Markham is a medium who, like, helps confused souls cross over. She also ...

B
Kiss of a Demon King

Kiss of a Demon King is the sixth installment in Kresley Cole's Immortals After Dark series. I have found them all to be compulsively readable; the world she has created of vampires, Valkyrie, werewolves, demons, humans, assorted Fey and now, Sorceri, is well defined without being overwhelming. Prio ...