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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Hotter Than Hell by Kathleen Scott



Hotter Than Hell by Kathleen Scott
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (143 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Wisteria

Fallen angels never have it easy. So it is with Damon Serif, who’s just landed the most difficult assignment possible—protecting his sexy neighbor, Ivy Hawthorne, from a hoard of water demons bent on making her their queen. Though keeping the smoking-hot costume designer out of evil’s clutches is something he’s trained centuries for, Damon knows the real challenge is having her close without tasting her charms and indulging in her rather unique perspectives.

Ivy’s luck is finally changing. After years of designing costumes for off-Broadway plays, she’s finally got a shot at the brass ring. But now, her sizzling neighbor is following her around the city, insisting she’s the target of a demonic conspiracy. What’s more, his mere touch causes her body to climax with an intensity of which she’d only dreamed.

When Damon and Ivy connect, even the demons feel the heat, because together they are...Hotter Than Hell.

Damon and Ivy are next door neighbors in New York City. Ivy is a costume designer and Damon, well, he’s a fallen angel sent to protect her from demons. What’s a girl to do when the sexy, nutty neighbor tells you that the man who could make all your dreams come true is a demon hell bent on making her his queen? Believe him or run for the hills. Maybe take him to bed and deal with the crazy accusations later?

An action packed plot with characters that you just love, steamy hot loving and hold on to your seats turns around every page. I enjoy a good paranormal that is cut from a different cloth than most, and I must say this is one. The reference to water demons was new to me and the author was able to make it all very believable. With clean editing and well written scenes I found the story well worth the time and would no doubt read it again.

My compliments to the author on a job well done.

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