Personal Demon

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Bantam Books, 2008 - Fiction - 523 pages
17 Reviews
Tabloid reporter Hope Adams appears to live the life of an ordinary working girl. But in addition to possessing the beauty of a Bollywood princess, Hope has other unique traits. For she is a half demon-a human fathered by a demon. And she’s inherited not only a gift for seeing the past but a hunger for chaos - along with a talent for finding it wherever she can. Naturally, when she’s chosen by a very dangerous group for a very dangerous mission, she jumps at the chance. The head of the powerful Cortez Cabal-a family that makes the mob look like amateurs - has a little problem in Miami - a gang of wealthy, bored offspring of supernaturals is getting out of hand, and Hope is needed to infiltrate. As spells, astral projections, and pheromones soar across South Beach, Hope weaves her way through its elite hot spots, posing as upscale eye candy and reading the auras of the clientele - and potential marks. As it turns out, Hope is a little too good at this job. And soon she’s in a little too deep, needing to be bailed out by her jewel-thief werewolf ex-boyfriend and by the Cortez heir himself. And when a killer goes to work, Hope is among many targets at the pinnacle of Cabal rule. For a woman who didn’t know what she was getting into, there’s only one way out - it’s time for Hope to unleash her most potent primal instincts - and open herself, mind and body, to everything she most fears - and desires.
  

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Review: Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld #8)

User Review  - Mack - Goodreads

The main Character, Hope, initially seemed like and interesting departure from armstrong's other heroine's, however quickly Hope became another Elena. The obvious connections, news reporter with a ... Read full review

Review: Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld #8)

User Review  - Alexandria - Goodreads

Okay, so I'm a big fan of this series. It was my first UF series, and I stand by Kelley Armstrong and her writing. I have read several books past this and know it gets back to being great. That being ... Read full review

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Kelley Armstrong is the New York Times bestselling author of the Women of the Otherworld series. She has been telling stories since before she could write. Her earliest written efforts were disastrous. If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her teachers' dismay. All efforts to make her produce “normal” stories failed. Today she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves while safely locked in her basement writing-dungeon. To read more about the Darkest Powers trilogy, visit www.ChloeSaunders.com.

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