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The Devil You Know (Morgan Kingsley Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 8, 2008

    Devlishly good!

    loved this book. It held my attention the whole time. It was exciting and moved progressively, with hardly any down spots. There was a bit too much self-reflection for my taste but otherwise this is a great book. Morgan seems to have progressed in character. She finally seems to be accepting reality and is slowly coming off her high horse. The sex/romance parts of the story w/ Adam and Dom are always hot hot hot! I highly recommend this book and the rest of the series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2008

    an excellent urban fantasy

    Exorcist Morgan Kingsley and Demon King Lugh have reached an agreement on sharing her brain space. Neither is quite happy with the arrangement, but both see the compromise as the only way they can co-exist. --------------------- Meanwhile Morgan still has family issues although she feels y good that her now demon free brother Andy is retuning to normal even though she and her parents remain alienated. Further disturbing her is a shocker about her origin and a part of her memory buried since a childhood trauma is beginning to frighteningly surface. The more she learns what was locked behind the closed door, the more Morgan wonders who she really is. Before she can come to grips on her issues, a pretender to the demon throne sends a psychopathic hunter to stalk and kill his Highness and his host.--------------------- The direct follow-up to the superb DEVIL INSIDE is an excellent urban fantasy in which once again the Black universe with its demons, possessions, laws, and special prisons seem genuine and make for an invigorating thriller. Morgan remains a top gun albeit comic book heroine who is at her best dealing with the humiliation of an exorcist being possessed by a demon although she and her royal inside have worked out an arrangement to peacefully co-exist for now. Soon they will need to increase their cooperation to fight a nasty adversary targeting both for death. Fans of this devilish saga will appreciate Morgan whose motto is to kill first and ask questions afterward so she goes after the Hunter.----------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted February 28, 2015

    Amazing as always! Jenna Black comes through again with Book 2!

    Amazing as always! Jenna Black comes through again with Book 2! Though the only thing I did not like was when Adam tortured her. But I still read them over and over again. I just can't help myself! Made me want to go out and get the next book...which I did!

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