Psychologist and psychic Megan Chase has grown remarkably comfortable hanging out with demons. The demon "family" she leads is happy, her solo practice is stabilizing, and she and her steamy demon lover, Greyson Dante, are closer than ever. But when the couple books a week at a luxury hotel to attend a meeting of demon leaders, some unanticipated problems appear. An FBI agent with an unhealthy interest in less-than-legitimate demon business practices shows up; the demon community is urging Megan to undergo the rite that will make her a real demon; and a slightly shady minister is holding one of his wildly popular "weekend exorcisms" just down the road. And oh, yes, someone with scary magical abilities is attempting to kill her. Then, just when it seems as if things couldn't possibly get any worse, a secret comes to light that could jeopardize Megan and Greyson's future -- if Megan manages to live that long. With things heating up, it's becoming difficult for her to keep a cool head... description taken from here
While I have not yet finished this book, I am currently reading it. It is pretty interesting. Although, it could be a little more descriptive, I still cannot picture in my mind what Megan or Greyson look like! The plot draws you in nicely (Someone is trying to kill Megan). Greyson seems really attentive, which I really like. Megan, though, seems like she is kind of whiny, something I really don't like as a female characteristic (actually as a characteristic in general). The book so far is progressing nicely. I like when a book ends a chapter on an exciting note, pulling you into the next chapter, not letting you sleep that night. This is what Stacia Kane does in Demon Possessed. She ends each chapter on a high note. This is one book that keeps you on the edge of your seat. As far as steamy scenes, I've yet to get to anything explicit. They mentioned, they hinted, they suggested, but it hasn't been on the page. There might be steamier scenes to come up, but so far I haven't hit them. Overall, I like it well enough so far, but hoping it picks up a bit more in a page or two.
** I received a free copy of Demon Possessed from Simon and Schuster publishing in order to write a real and honest review. I did not get paid for this post.**
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