Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks

Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks

by Cara Lockwood
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Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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krobs More than 1 year ago
Plot line is kinda cute, but the writing ... well not quite up to speed. I was taken out of the story line a couple of times due to some - let me help the stupid reader - sentences. Ok for a quick independent read, but I won't read the author again.
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writingirl_15 More than 1 year ago
You Can't Teach an Old Demon New Tricks by Cara Lockwood is a funny and intersting novel, but also a bit of a let-down. It is marketed as a romance book but to be honest I didn't find this novel romantic. The two main characters, Sam and Rachel didn't have that connection that makes romance novels so great. There was also no love scenes, I'm not a big fan of erotica but I believe every romance novel should have at least ONE love scene. Frankly, I stopped being interested in the book at the last 50 pages when I realized that the relationship between Sam and Rachel was kind of stale and not interesting and would not miraculously become more interesting in the last 50 pages. I also lost interest when I figured out it was more about witty banter and hilarious situations than actual romance. Besides that, there were several spelling errors and descrepencies with the characterization of Azazel and Sam. I would have to say this book isn't the best piece of edited material ever (lol). Overall, it was an average (if a bit below) and humorous read, though I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone looking for romance.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Dogwood, Texas five years ago Kevin Farnsworth attended a convention. When he returned home to his wife Rachel, he was not the same person. Rachel is unaware that her Kevin is dead; murdered by a demon who took possession of his body. When Rachel gives birth to Cassidy, the new mom finds her offspring acting oddly and her spouse missing. She soon learns what is going on when a demon horde arrives demanding she tell them where Kevin is; they believe he knows where Azarel the fallen angel is hiding. Satan sends Sam another fallen angel to find Kevin. When he meets Rachel, he falls in love with the kick butt human. Soon afterward as their attraction grows, Rachel and Sam are caught in the middle of a demonic war. This is an amusing lighthearted Texas romantic fantasy as angels and demons make Dogwood the focus of the latest frolic. Fast-paced, fans will root for the human caught in the middle as everyone seems to want a piece of her; only Sam literally wants the whole piece of her. Although the romantic relationship between the fallen angel and the mom never quite seems to gel, fans will enjoy this jocular tale of a tough human female battling heaven and hell to protect her hybrid demon offspring; though having a lot of fire extinguishers around should help. Harriet Klausner