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Accidentally Demonic (Accidentals Series #4) [NOOK Book]

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The devilish new novel from the national bestselling author of The Accidental Human

When mild-mannered Casey Schwartz wakes up in jail, she has no memory of how she got there. But after her sister, Wanda, bails her out, Casey has more to deal with than a foggy memory-like abrupt mood swings and fireballs shooting from her fingertips. But things really head south when a ...
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Accidentally Demonic (Accidentals Series #4)

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Overview

The devilish new novel from the national bestselling author of The Accidental Human

When mild-mannered Casey Schwartz wakes up in jail, she has no memory of how she got there. But after her sister, Wanda, bails her out, Casey has more to deal with than a foggy memory-like abrupt mood swings and fireballs shooting from her fingertips. But things really head south when a vampire shows up on her doorstep...

Vampire Clayton Gunnersson is seriously hot. And seriously taken-by a demon. In a ritual gone wrong, Clayton tried to get rid of his unwanted bond, but spilled some demonic blood on Casey, getting her possessed in the process. Now, Casey has to share her body and manage to keep her growing attraction to Clayton in check, because falling for her demon's boyfriend just might get Casey killed-from the inside out.




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Editorial Reviews

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"It is never a dull moment in a Cassidy book as both the snappy dialogue and wacky high jinks ensure giggles and guffaws!" —-RT Book Reviews
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101171639
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 2/2/2010
  • Series: Accidentals Series , #4
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 103,740
  • File size: 347 KB

Meet the Author

Dakota Cassidy is the author of the "Accidentally Paranormal" series, including The Accidental Werewolf and Accidentally Dead. She lives in Texas.
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted January 5, 2010

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    This is a laugh out loud romantic fantasy

    Public relations specialist Casey Schwartz wakes up behind bars, but cannot recall getting arrested. She calls her big sister Wanda (see the Accidental Werewolf) to bail her out. Casey not only fails to remember beating up a cop, which led to her arrest, the normally mild mannered woman cannot understand her sudden short fuse and incredible strength.

    Vampire Clayton Gunnersson arrives knowing why Casey has radically changed. In a bar someone accidentally dropped demon blood on her and she is changing into the genetic clone of Clay's demonic mate Hildegard. Casey is attracted to Clay, which if her "twin" finds out will make turning into a demon seem gentle and sweet.

    This is a laugh out loud romantic fantasy as fans of the Accidental saga (See Accidental Human and Accidentally Dead) will understand the mantra may the Schwartz be with us. The story line is a breezy lighthearted frolic as a werewolf or vampire bite pale compared to being demonized. Zany throughout, fans of madcap paranormal tales will enjoy the meek will inherit the earth; if they live long enough.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2014

    3 star

    Welcome to episode four in the story of Nina, the most unlikeable vampire ever turned. This entire series, despite who the main characters are supposed to be, is all about Nina behaving badly. With the impluse control of a toddler, and the anger management issues of a felon, Nina takes center stage with her crudely-worded tantrams, and attacks on innocent bystanders. It makes no sense to me that anyone would allow her to part of a helpline, let alone force her to do so.

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  • Posted March 7, 2012

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    Devilishly Funny and Sexy!

    I always look forward to the next segment in the "Accidentally" series. Each plot is individually funny but still relates to the overall characters from the past which keeps the entire series connected. This is what I truly love about Dakota Cassidy is that her stories keep the consistent thread throughout so the familiarity is always in the background but yet allowing the new situation to shine in the foreground. Accidentally Demonic will have you laughing from the first to the last page and maybe wanting a set of devilish talents of your own.

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  • Posted January 20, 2012

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    very entertaining

    I like this author. The characters tend to sound alike, the main female characters that it. But I had difficulty putting it down. I expect her to only get better and I will continue to read her books.

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  • Posted September 12, 2010

    Just Okay.

    In her "Accidentally" series, Dakota Cassidy explores what happens with the Paranormal world bumps into the human world. In Cassidy's novels, chaos always ensues. In her fourth installment in the series, Cassidy introduces us to Casey Schwartz. Calm and normally mild-mannered, Casey's encounter with Clayton Gunnersson and some demon blood turn her well-ordered world upside down. What ensues is mayhem, chaos, and a battle for togetherness.

    Since I adored the first three books in this series, I was really looking forward to the fourth book. Overall, the book was okay. I just didn't like it as much as I had the thee that came before it. Cassidy's wit, which was such a treat in the first three books, feels watered down. There is a lot of build without as much payoff in this novel. Casey is not the strong character that her predecessors were. The same goes for Clayton. A lot of the dialogue felt forced and unnatural, which served to make the two characters seem wooden.

    In the end, it again was just okay. I was disappointed in comparison to the others, hoping for as much fun as in the first three entries into the series. Even the characters from the first three, who make appearances in this novel, felt out of place at times.

    I would still read another of Dakota Cassidy's novels. I look forward to a return to her previous humor and snappy wit.

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  • Posted July 24, 2010

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    Loved it

    cassidy really had me intrigued with the twist and turns of the plot. it was a really good story

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  • Posted March 13, 2010

    Anothe winner!!

    Once again Dakota Cassidy exceeds my expectations. I always assume her books are going to be good. But each one proves to be better than before. I love the humor, the drama and the movie-like characters. I would love to meet her characters. With each book I feel like I get to know them better and better. I can never put her books down once I start them. And then I read them so fast that I cannot wait ot get my hands on another one. If I could give her a superpower it would be to write faster:) I have read everyone of the Accidental Series and none of them has disappointed me. If you love paranormal with a mix of amazing comedy...these are perfect books for you. Books that your friends and family will love also. I recommend these to everyone. And as always I send them in the mail to my family and friends as soon as I finish them. And no one has been disappointed yet:)

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  • Posted March 12, 2010

    unique

    I had been looking for something a little off the beaten path for romance novels and when I came across the "accident" series I knew it was going to be great. Although not the most well written books I felt that it was a nice light read with lots of funny parts. I laughed through the whole series. I love how each one book was about one of the friends although its a little predictable and kind of corny to have something crazy happen to each one. Readers beware if you are afraid of f bombs and cussing like a sailor then this is not for you. lol. I don't mind it all though. The writer kind of reminds me of the style of Mary janice davidson however not quite as good as that. Def. a good read though and worth your time if you are a paranormal romance lover like me.

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