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Hope Adams, tabloid journalist and half-demon, inherited her Bollywood-princess looks from her mother. From her demon father, she inherited a hunger for chaos, and a talent for finding it. Like full demons, she gets an almost sexual rush from danger - in fact, she thrives on it. But she is determined to use her gifts for good. When the head of the powerful Cortez Cabal asks her to infiltrate a gang of bored, rich, troublemaking super naturals in Miami, Hope can’t resist the excitement.

But trouble for Hope is intoxicating, and soon she’s in way too deep. With a killer stalking the supernatural hot spots of Miami, Hope finds herself dangerously entangled, and has no choice but to turn to her crooked werewolf ex-boyfriend for help. What started as a simple investigation has spiralled into chaos. And Hope finds chaos irresistible…

©2008 Kelley Armstrong (P)2011 Hachette Digital

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"A tasty confection of werewolves, sex and vendettas. Gory, sexy fun." (SFX)

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  • 05-07-17

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If you could sum up Personal Demon in three words, what would they be?

What a great way to pass time, listening to a good book and enjoying the garden

What other book might you compare Personal Demon to, and why?

I haven't come across a comparative, although there is a lot of other wordly books and storyline out there. I suppose the difference is that it is not a 'human' trying to teach an other wordly about morals.

What about Laural Merlington and Todd McLaren ’s performance did you like?

The performance built fantastic characters -absolutely loved the soulful werewolf

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Just one!, don't think so

Any additional comments?

Forget the analysis just enjoy what is a really good book and great storyline. Downside there is no follow up book