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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Demons R Us and Other Stories by Alice Gaines

Demons R Us and Other Stories by Alice Gaines
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemp, paranormal,sci-fi/fantasy,
Length: Full Length (263 pages)
Other: BDSM, m/f, menage, m/f/m, m/m, anal sex
Rating: 4 cherries
Review By Meadowsweet

From the author: Welcome to my mind. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to share a bed with two demons who don't much like each other? Do you ever wonder if the nice lady at the orchid nursery has a second identity as Avenger of the Non-Orgasmic? If a man had a cat door in his house, would you expect a fairy to sneak in through it to check him out? Could a little green man be really good in bed? And what if you had two drop-dead gorgeous twins competing to mate with you? I think of these sorts of things all the time. Enjoy the madness...

The Demons R Us collection includes the previously published titles Demons R Us, Eria's Ménage, Fairy in my Bed, Sexation, and The Adventures of Wonderslut. Please note that not all genres and themes apply to the entire collection.

An anthology of Supernatural Proportions Demons R Us takes you through five different stories that offer a tantalizing change from the everyday world.

Demons R Us introduces you to two amazing demons and one pissed off woman, mix in a little revenge and you have the perfect recipe for a hot and spicy romance.

Next, meet an alien queen who's in the market for two hot studs to give her an heir. She plans on a quick no strings attached relationship but the guys have other ideas.

Then, meet a fairy that is caught by a human who gets three wishes for catching her. The result will surprise you.

The second to last story is about an alien who comes to earth on vacation and helps to reignite the flames of a dying marriage.

Finally, meet Wonderslut, a superhero who goes out every night to save marriages and relationships only to come home to an empty bed until she finds out that what she is looking for might be closer than she thinks.

One of the things that makes an anthology work is all the stories need to work together. While the stories in this book are short, some too short, they all seem to work together. The character development is good in each of the stories. The plots were well thought out and several of them would have made excellent starts to series or to larger book. It was well done that these plots were presented in their entirety despite the room for expansion. The book was well edited.

This book is definitely one I'd consider recommending to friends and a book I'd buy, but perhaps not one I'd keep on my shelf. The stories are quick reads making it perfect for a book to take along with you to the doctor's office or other appointment.

The stories are hot and I both laughed and got teary eyed. A good read.

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