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Something Wicked (Living in Eden Series #2)

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  • Posted September 11, 2010

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    Something Wicked is something fun to read.

    Part Nephilim Eden Riley contains Darrak the demon inside her due to a curse. Darrak has resided in many bodies over the last three centuries, but for Eden this is a new dangerous experience as every day he possesses her means she is nearer to dying. When her psychic skills brings him physical form, she knows she likes what she sees, but must decide soon what to do before it is too late. If she exorcises the demon, he dies; if she does not she dies.

    They seek a way to end his curse, which would free him, keep her alive, and have a happy new beginning together in two separate bodies. However, as they find information, Eden fears what she has learned makes her wonder if Darrak is concealing the truth from her. Darrak has issues too as the first time in all his possessions he cares about his host and does not want to hurt her. Desperate he asks a close demonic friend for advice; forgetting the first rule of demonology is never trust a demon.

    The second Living in Eden urban fantasy (see The Demon In Me) is an engaging often amusing thriller as Darrak and Eden struggle with their relationship as each prays the other survives. The story line is fast-paced as Eden learns some inconvenient truths about her guest and Darrak likewise about trusting a demon. Something Wicked is something fun to read.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2010

    Pretty funny

    The story isn't great, but its good and the writing is very witty. I would definitely recommend this series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 8, 2011

    Another good read

    This author is proving to be very consistent in her ability to entertain and keep you reading! I really enjoyed this series and I can't wait for book three to come out. This makes the fourth Michelle Rowen book I have read this vacation - all right in row and I've enjoyed all of them. I'm on to a fifth one......

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  • Posted February 24, 2011

    This series just keeps getting better!!!

    I read this series about Eden only because it popped up on my facebook page and I'm so glad I didn't ignore it. I love this author... I can't wait until the 3rd installment is released. My only problem is the long wait between books. It's so good though I marked it in my date book & I'm willing to wait.

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