Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld Series #8)

Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld Series #8)

by Kelley Armstrong
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Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld Series #8) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 236 reviews.
soltari More than 1 year ago
The other world series keeps getting better and better. It's nice to hear stories from the not so dominant characters while Still including the ones we love. I couldn't put this book done and was very pleased at the end.
Lisa_RR_H More than 1 year ago
I enjoy Kelley Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series and snatch them up as they appear. Part of what makes this series different is that the books are from different perspectives--almost always female and written in first person. Earlier installments featured a female werewolf, a witch, an angel, and a necromancer. Now in this book we have Hope Adams, a half-demon. I think of all of Armstrong's heroines, Adams is in the most precarious situation as she struggles with that demonic part of her, to use it without letting it use her. That lends a very palpable tension to the books featuring her, both "Personal Demon" and the next book in the series, "Living With the Dead." This book is a fun and engrossing read for those that like urban fantasy.
harstan More than 1 year ago
She works for a tabloid writing articles about the supernatural a subject Hope Adams personally knows very well since she is a half-demon as her father is Lucifer, who for those who don¿t know is not Satan. She inherited from her dark side a thirst for Chaos so when Cabal chieftain Benicio Cortez, who once helped her out of a mess, asks her to do him a favor in Southern Florida, she accepts besides it is not healthy to refuse an offer from the supernatural mob leader. He wants her to infiltrate a teen gang who are rebelling from Cabal life. --- Hope passes the initiation and goes out on a job to steal from the rich. Karl the werewolf who dumped her is livid that Benico contacted her without consulting with him. He rushes back to the States to help her. While undercover Hope meets low level magician Jasper who makes it obvious that he desires her. When Jaz and his best friend Sonny disappear, she fears the Cabal got them. Karl promises her he will help her find them, but at Cabal Headquarters someone has penetrated security endangering the Cortez family. Hope and Karl work to assist both sides unaware of the peril to their lives. --- Kelley Armstrong has written spellbinding Women of the Otherworld tale that has the audience so engrossed in the plot, time vanishes until the one sitting read is finished. Hope and Karl are a magical couple whose love grows although neither has faith in that emotion because each is a loner. Fans will appreciate the spins involving the gang warfare including the murders of higher echelon members of the Cortez family as this comes together in a fascinating fantasy crime caper filled with shockers especially who is behind the mayhem. --- Harriet Klausner
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busbygl More than 1 year ago
Hope is a interesting character and very unique. Exploring her world is alot of fun and worth your time.
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A lot of fun
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4labs More than 1 year ago
I love the Women of the Underwold Series and this book is no exception. Exciting, interesting, a great addition to the series. My favorite character is Elena, but Hope is a close second, especially since we got to know better in this book. Try it, you won't be dissappointed !!!!!
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songbirdsue More than 1 year ago
Good action, plot and character build but has more explicit sex than I prefer. Quite a bit of violence as well.
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