Every blessing hides a curse. For me, Kali Sweet, being cursed is my normal state. I'm a demon but I love humans. Especially my half-demon, half-human boyfriend, Rad. He's so imperfect, creative, and, well, mortal.
Because I'm one of the original vices Jesus cast out of Mary Magdalene back in Biblical times, I'm cursed with virtue running through my blood as well. I'm constantly at war with my evil side, and now my horrible flaw of loving humans has landed me a new job--one I don't particularly like nor want as head of the Bridge Council, entrusted with keeping humans safe from supernaturals.
Lucky me, the job comes with perks--both Lucifer and his big brother Michael are gunning for me. My hand is being forced. Either I kill the King of Hell or Michael will kill everyone I love...including Rad.
With my ragtag band of demons, vampires, and shifters, I'm about to go up against Heaven and Hell. Blessing or curse? In the end, all that matters is that I keep those I care about alive and safe, even if I'm the one who ends up at the mercy of Michael's sword.
Books in the Kali Sweet Series include:
Revenge Is Sweet, Book 1
Sweet Chaos, Book 2
Sweet Soldier, Book 3
Sweet Curse, Book 4
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
LOVED IT! FANTASTIC! This is one of my two favorite paranormal/urban fantasy series so it is hard to meet my high expectation but once again, Misty Evans did just that. I can not imagine how she comes up with the complexities or the way Kali addresses them, but every plot is a great as the characters. Sweet Curses sent me through the gamut of joy and tears, fear and excitement with a few happy blushes thrown in for good measure. There may have been a little drooling since Rad has beefed up. For those of you familiar with the series, you are probably drooling right now too. In spite of my crush on Rad and Cole the tale has depth to match the amazing characters. Demons, vampires and angels, the main characters each claim a piece of me what more can you ask of a great read. I received an ARC of Sweet Curses from the author and was thrilled to get to read it in advance of its publication. I loved it so of course I wanted to share that love in a review.