Demons Like It Hot
A RECIPE FOR DISASTER...
Matthias Ambrose is a demon mercenary who never took sides, until his attraction to the spunky caterer he was hired to kidnap leads him to almost botch a job for the first time in eight hundred years. Now he must protect her from his former clients, but even an ice—cold demon like Matthias struggles to resist her fiery charms.
OR THE PERFECT INGREDIENTS FOR PASSION...
Completely engrossed with planning menus and prepping recipes for her shot at cooking show fame, star caterer Serah SanGermano refuses to believe she's on a fast track to Hades. But how is she supposed to stick to the kitchen if she can't stand the heat of her gorgeous demonic bodyguard? As a wicked plot to destroy humanity unfolds and all hell breaks loose in Serah's kitchen, she and Matthias find themselves knee—deep in demons and up to their eyeballs in love...
Praise for DEMONS PREFER BLONDES:
"Wildly entertaining, witty repartee, fantastic characters, and spicy romance set the tone for this fun and magical paranormal romp." —Minding Spot
"Full of tension and funny as all heck ... Sign me up, I'm ready for more." —Night Owl Romance Top Pick
"Readers who enjoy a hip, snarky heroine and a hunky, tortured hero will relish Lucy and her even—keel foray into love and the paranormal world." —Booklist
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Review: Demons Like It Hot (Demons Unleashed #2)User Review - Lacie - Goodreads
I didn't like any of the characters in this one. I felt they were a little too immature and very annoying. I really struggled to get through this and I will probably not be reading anything else by ths arthur. Read full review
Review: Demons Like It Hot (Demons Unleashed #2)User Review - Missyb - Goodreads
This one is about Serah and Matthias. Very cute, and many of the characters from the first book are in this one. Most don't play as big a role as in the first book. Matthias has been assigned to protect Serah. Like the humor, wish there was a little more action, but like the characters. Read full review