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So I Married a Demon Slayer

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  • Posted August 3, 2011

    5 Stars- Excellent

    A half-human, half-succubus, all Shiloh really wanted was a new assignment in Lust. Even though she was half-succubus, it was the only way she could eat, by feeding off men's desires, and she was starving. Bribing her superior with a case of Fitz's, Shiloh practically runs to her newest assignment.

    Damien has lived his life by the slayer rules. On a mission to stop the most powerful demon in Vegas before he opens a portal and unleashes hell on earth, Damien plans to use a succubus to achieve his gains. After all, demons were all the same, right? And then Shiloh saunters into his life.

    After a night of combustible passion, Shiloh and Damien awaken to find themselves hitched, but neither of them can remember the wedding. For a succubus, marrying a human was a death sentence and caused the total loss of her powers. Damien is supposed to slay demons, not fall in love with them. Yet as they work together to stop her boss they discover there's more to love than the battle between good and evil, and that sometimes what happens in Vegas shouldn't stay in Vegas.

    Angie Fox has done it again! What Slays In Vegas is a fantastic addition to her Demon Slayer Series. Ms. Fox dishes up the laughs with her delightful premise and shows us that even a demon can fall in love. Readers will love the interplay between Shiloh and Damien. From the moment I began reading I was hooked and didn't stop until the last page. I heartily enjoyed this quick read from start to finish!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2013

    Remi

    She walked in and sat on a log.~Remi

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2011

    Highly Recommend

    i thoroughly enjoyed the stories and the writing. It gave me a chance to add a couple of new authors to my TBR pile.

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  • Posted August 19, 2011

    more from this reviewer

    A spellbimding anthology

    "Hot!" by Kathy Love. Wannabe photographer Charlie Brown joins the mailroom of At Hot! Magazine with hope to show his work to the professional staff. However, he is unprepared for the dynamics of a demon CEO, a mailroom of undercover demon slaying Feds, and supermodel Ava Wells whose soul belongs to the devil and whose heart belongs to Charlie.----------------------- spellbimding antho

    "What Slays In Vegas" by Angie Fox. In Vegas Damien the demon slayer targets the employer of hybrid succubus Shiloh. Instead the slayer and the succubus break a prime taboo when they end up married. ---------------

    "The Bride Wore Demon Dust" by Lexi George. Sweet Home Alabama native Bunny the librarian is irate when demons controlling guests wreck havoc on her wedding. Her new husband is a slayer, but she is not one to sit idly by while he throws out the unwanted gatecrashers.-----------

    These three lighthearted paranormal romances star male demon slayers and the females who possess their hearts. The storylines are emaciated even considering these are novellas, but the lead characters in each entry brings marital bliss to the tales.----------

    Harriet Klausner

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    Posted February 28, 2013

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