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Personal Demons (Megan Chase Series #1)

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

NOt your typical demons

I think it was the trio of demon enforcers that charmed me. They were big, funny, and gentlemanly to a fault. And very good at their job: protecting counselor Megan Chase from an onslaught of demonic and human attacks. That¿s not what she thought would happen when she s...
I think it was the trio of demon enforcers that charmed me. They were big, funny, and gentlemanly to a fault. And very good at their job: protecting counselor Megan Chase from an onslaught of demonic and human attacks. That¿s not what she thought would happen when she started a phone-in radio show with the tag line, ¿How can I slay your personal demons?¿

Stacia Kane¿s Personal Demons takes the reader and Megan on a wild, week-long ride. First there¿s the charming and suspicious-looking guy on her porch whose client has ¿an offer¿ for her. Then there¿s slightly slimy fellow psychologist, the rival, and the pushy reporter. Trouble is, they shouldn¿t be a problem, because Megan¿s psychic. But demons¿good and bad¿scramble Megan¿s life and abilities.

Demons define ¿good¿ differently than humans, though. Megan¿s cockney guard trio are loyal to a fault but love to beat potential threats to a pulp. Greyson, Megan¿s demon protector, goes against his grain to help Megan do good to humans. He also does good things to Megan in his bed. Explicitly.

Paranormals often have kick-butt heroines, and Personal Demons is no exception. Megan is different, though, in her inner conflicts and her inner strengths. Kane creates a polytheistic supernatural world whose denizens wield mental and physical powers according to their own moral codes. I slipped into this world as easily as stepping into a lagoon. I reveled in the warmth, explored the terrain, and touched the unknown depths. Personal Demons is a paranormal that has the power to send readers running to the bookstore for more. The size of my own ¿to be read¿ pile proves it.

posted by Callalily on January 11, 2009

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Good

I bought this because I really enjoyed her other series, starts out much lighter then I had expected it to be, either way it turned out to be a good read.

posted by RavynSky on February 29, 2012

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