Sunday, February 6, 2011

Review: Demons and Stilettos are a Girl's Best Friend

Author submission in exchange for an honest review.

Demons and Stilettos Are a Girl's Best Friend
Sandra Sookoo
Release Date:
May 2010
The Wild Rose Press
Word Count:
approx. 24,000
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Anne Jenkins never believed there was a heaven or hell but when she’s rescued from a runaway horse by a guy who claims he’s a demon, her freak detector goes off.  She demands proof and the leather-clad biker sets some local wildlife on fire.  She starts to trust in a hurry.

Gregg Carter, bound to the Devil for all eternity because of an audit gone wrong, seizes the opportunity to take possession of Anne’s soul as a way to please his boss.  What he didn’t count on was the fact that his libido would take the one-way bus to crazy town as he gets to know her better.

Trouble is, Anne and Gregg spend so much time trying to hide their true selves from each other, they can’t escape the attraction that builds between them.  But everyone knows demons and humans don’t mix, and neither can two people who have no futures.
Babs' Review:

This book was a fun and fast read.  The characters in this book are easily liked even Gregg Carter whom you might want to hate at first.    Anne and Gregg are so attracted to each other, but so hesitant  to try anything.  They both pull away from each other as humans and demons do not mix.  Anne has 3 wishes she can use and he tries his best to get her to hurry and use them and she puts him off and it's best that she does.

I liked the romance and the playing hard to get scenes through out the book.  There are a several humorous parts that keep the story alive. The author does a great job with the story and with all the characters.  The ending is priceless. 

Babs' Rating: