Demons Prefer Blondes

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A Bad Day For A Demon

Rafe Deleon is a senior demon and he resents like hell his assignment to Earth to retrieve the Chest of the Damned before it falls into the wrong hands. But then he meets beautiful, intriguing succubus Lucy Gregory, and she's just unleashed a whole load of trouble...

Really Sucks For A Succubus

Lucy's chic suburban beauty salon has suddenly become the Underworld's center of mass chaos and...

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Overview

A Bad Day For A Demon

Rafe Deleon is a senior demon and he resents like hell his assignment to Earth to retrieve the Chest of the Damned before it falls into the wrong hands. But then he meets beautiful, intriguing succubus Lucy Gregory, and she's just unleashed a whole load of trouble...

Really Sucks For A Succubus

Lucy's chic suburban beauty salon has suddenly become the Underworld's center of mass chaos and destruction. The only good thing in a day going rapidly down the tubes is the arrival of a gorgeous demon who's adamant that he can help her...

But Lucy has quite a few deeply unpleasant-not to mention deadly and hateful-surprises ahead of her, and surely there's never been a worse time to try out a new boyfriend...

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Editorial Reviews

Booklist
Readers who enjoy a hip, snarky heroine and a hunky, tortured hero will relish Lucy and her even-keel foray into love and the paranormal world.
Night Owl Reviews
The heroine is as kick-ass as the hero and the author has done a great job weaving together an intricate plot. A Night Owl Reviewer Top Pick!
Long and Short Reviews
. Jam packed full of laughs, characters you can't get enough of, and a steamy-hot romance, Demons Prefer Blondes is a sure hit!
Book Loons
. It's a refreshing story, with quick wit and plenty of action.
Yummy Men & Kick Ass Chicks
. It kept me entertained enough that I am planning on reading the next books in the series.
That's What I'm Talking About
Ayers keeps the funny stuff going throughout the novel... electric and sweet at the same time.
Sexy Women Read
Really cute... fun and entertaining.
Minding Spot
Wildly entertaining, witty repartee, fantastic characters and spicy romance set the tone for this fun and magical paranormal romp
Cheryl's Book Nook
Deliciously tempting...
Black Lagoon Reviews
A great romantic read that is light and fun... Exceptionally well done.
From the Publisher
Readers who enjoy a hip, snarky heroine and a hunky, tortured hero will relish Lucy and her even-keel foray into love and the paranormal world.

The heroine is as kick-ass as the hero and the author has done a great job weaving together an intricate plot. 5 Stars, A Night Owl Reviewer Top Pick!

Jam packed full of laughs, characters you can't get enough of, and a steamy-hot romance, Demons Prefer Blondes is a sure hit!

It's a refreshing story, with quick wit and plenty of action.

It kept me entertained enough that I am planning on reading the next books in the series.

Ayers keeps the funny stuff going throughout the novel... electric and sweet at the same time.

Really cute... fun and entertaining.

Wildly entertaining, witty repartee, fantastic characters and spicy romance set the tone for this fun and magical paranormal romp

Deliciously tempting...

A great romantic read that is light and fun... Exceptionally well done.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402251740
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2011
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 1,016,404
  • Product dimensions: 6.74 (w) x 4.30 (h) x 1.12 (d)

Meet the Author

Sidney Ayers writes light paranormal and erotic romance. Her manuscripts have won or placed in the MORWA Gateway to the Best, the Valley of the Sun Hot Prospects, the Passionate Ink Stroke of Midnight, the Heart of Denver Molly, and the Finally a Bride contests. She lives in Comstock Park, Michigan.

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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

    Fantastic Read

    What evil lurks in the hearts of hairdressers around the world? Lucia Gregory knows. but only because she's just opened a chest full of demons and discovered that she's a succubus. Now she's pressed to rein in all that she's loosed upon the world, not to mention keeping her salon in one piece while doing it.

    Lucia Gregory is the kind of heroine you like from the moment you meet her. She's passionate about what she does, she's good to her employees, and she seemingly has the patience of a saint. Lucy, as her friends know her, also is very adaptable and goes with the flow, which is handy when you suddenly discover you're a sex demon. What I like best about her, however, is how she can be completely in awe of her new-found powers one moment and completely at ease with them the next. I think this has a lot to do with her adaptable nature, but it also makes her so much more enjoyable to watch.

    Rafael Deleon is pretty much what you'd expect out of a demon. He's stern, determined, and pretty inflexible on his best days. However, he has a softer side that he keeps well hidden from everyone. Tortured by his past failings, he hides behind his duty to keep him aloof and unattainable. Little did he expect Lucy to find a way to break down those barriers. I love the fact that she is not just able to do that, but that she is willing to keep trying. I also enjoyed the way the author softened him up little by little, making it seem like an honest turn around on Rafe's part. You can really see their attraction growing and becoming something more.

    Demons Prefer Blondes was a surprise in many ways. The author does a fabulous job of giving you not only a unique setting, but a hero and heroine that you won't soon forget. Not to mention that she manages to make demons both sexy and scary at the same time. Jam packed full of laughs, characters you can't get enough of, and a steamy-hot romance, Demons Prefer Blondes is a sure hit!

    Originally posted at The Long and Short of It Romance Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2012

    Really, Really, Wondeful Read!!

    I would love to have a friend like the one in this story. Boy what adventures they have. Great sex, loved the strange and interesting characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 8, 2012

    Hot demon guy just HOT

    This book is so good that i went to the lubrary the next day and got some mire books by the same author

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  • Posted May 22, 2011

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    The opening Demons Unleashed romantic fantasy is a terrific often humorous thriller

    Dominic Duvane of the Fore Demon Council informs senior demon Rafael Deleon that Hell's northern region Prince Belial's Infernati warriors attacked the guards protecting the chest. Belial captured Rafe's sister Coby, but she bravely sent the chest to earth to buy time in order to prevent the enemy from obtaining it. Dominic orders Rafe to retrieve the chest while he rescues Coby from their adversary's dungeon.

    Cosmetologist Lucia Gregory has the chest; with her friend Serah Bear she attempts to open it; unaware that she would be freeing some nasty demons of the damned. Rafe arrives and realizes that Lucy is a succubus and that he wants her. Both are stunners to him as he never expected to meet a succubus or desire her. As a war begins, Rafe and Lucy fall in love. Each understands they must return the demons to their hell so he brings in his allies and she brings in her circle.

    The opening Demons Unleashed romantic fantasy is a terrific often humorous thriller. The characterizations are superb and the Ayers universe deftly created inside an exhilarating story line. Sub-genre readers will appreciate the amusing romance between the demon and the succubus who also have a world to save.

    Harriet Klausner

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