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Personal Demons (Megan Chase Series #1)
     

Personal Demons (Megan Chase Series #1)

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by Stacia Kane
 

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Megan promises listeners to her new radio call-in show that she'll "slay their personal demons," and they believe her. So do the personal demons. Although she doesn't know it, Megan is the only human without a personal demon on her shoulder. This, coupled with her psychic abilities, makes her a valuable weapon for any demon "family" that can gain her allegiance. It

Overview

Megan promises listeners to her new radio call-in show that she'll "slay their personal demons," and they believe her. So do the personal demons. Although she doesn't know it, Megan is the only human without a personal demon on her shoulder. This, coupled with her psychic abilities, makes her a valuable weapon for any demon "family" that can gain her allegiance. It also makes her a serious threat -- not just to the personal demons, but to a soul-sucker known as The Accuser who has an old score to settle. Megan and her allies -- a demon lover who both protects and seduces her with devilish intensity, a witch with poor social skills, and three cockney guard demons -- have to deal not only The Accuser, the personal demons, and the ghosts of Megan's past, but a reporter who threatens to destroy Megan's career.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781439167038
Publisher:
Pocket Books
Publication date:
04/14/2009
Series:
Megan Chase Series , #1
Sold by:
SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
329,170
File size:
396 KB

Meet the Author

Stacia Kane is an American who is now thrilled to be returning to the States after living in England with her husband, a UK citizen, and two daughters for more than two years. Born in Illinois, raised in St Louis, and a resident of South Florida for a dozen years, Kane's worked any number of low-paying jobs and a few higher-paying ones that were just as tedious. She enjoys cooking and reading, likes gin, French fries, and usually wears black...but who doesn't?

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Personal Demons 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 70 reviews.
RavynSky More than 1 year ago
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.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very well written and fast-passed story set over a relaitively short time span. The writing and wonderful plot and characters ensure that the time crunch isn't an issue while reading. Only that time span and what I feel to be a rushed forgiving stop this from being a 5 for me. I'll deefinitely be reading more from this series and author.
Callalily More than 1 year ago
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.
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