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by Nina Bangs

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy

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Bangs does it again! Good-humored adventures spiced with sexy situations make it a given that readers get their money's worth. Book two of this madcap paranormal series also has cosmic troublemakers Sparkle Stardust and Ganymede up to their usual tricks. Witty dialogue definitely enlivens the outlandish scenarios, making the book fun in the truest sense!

Architect Kim Vaughn would like to stay far away from her family's primary business: demon hunting. Kim
is thrilled to be selected to work on Galveston's adult theme park, Castle of Dark Dreams, but to pacify her family
she must take demon detection
technology with her. So Kim brings
along "Fo," her demon detection/
weapon cell phone. Lately, Kim has begun to suspect that Fo is actually
sentient, which opens all kind of
new issues.

For more than 500 years, Brynn McNair has been forced to survive
as a sensuality demon at the beck
and call of any woman he spends
more than an hour with. With Fo
accusing everyone around her of
being a demon, Kim doesn't know
what to think. That is when she can
think, since her brains seem to turn
to mush around Brynn. However,
there does seem to be a sudden
upswing in demonic activity in
the area. Are Kim and Fo up to
the challenge?

315 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: June 2006

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