Hot Demon in the City

Hot Demon in the City

by Connie Suttle

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Overview

Hot Demon in the City by Connie Suttle

I am Lexsi Silver, and I will determine my own future.

Most people consider their wedding day as one of the happiest of their lives.

Most people are not High Demon.

Just before my wedding on the planet called Kifirin, I decided I wasn't going to marry someone I'd never met. Aunt Bree for help.

She had one condition.

I had to live on Earth and take a job with Rome Enterprises in San Francisco.

* * *
My name is Kordevik Weth.

My intended left me standing at the altar. Afterward, I got drunk and destroyed the bar where I'd gone to drink and forget my humiliation.

As punishment, Li'Neruh Rath, god of my home planet, sentenced me to five years on Earth, working as a driver for Rome Enterprises in San Francisco.

Every day, I rail against the job I hold and the one who'd pushed me into it--Lexsi Silver.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161830499
Publisher: Connie Suttle
Publication date: 11/02/2018
Series: Latter Day Demons Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 651 KB

About the Author

Reinvention/Reincarnation. Those words describe Connie best. She has worked as a janitor, a waitress, a mower of lawns and house cleaner, a clerk, secretary, teacher, bookseller and (finally) an author. The last occupation is the best one, because she sees it as a labor of love and therefore no labor at all.

Connie has lived in Oklahoma all her life, with brief forays into other states for visits. She and her husband have been married for more years than she prefers to tell and together they have one son.

After earning an MFA in Film Production and Animation from the University of Oklahoma, Connie taught courses in those subjects for a few years before taking a job as a manager for Borders. When she left the company in 2007, she fully intended to find a desk job somewhere. She found the job. And the desk. At home, writing.