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I am Lexsi Silver, and I will determine my own future.

Most people consider their wedding day as one of the happiest of their lives. Most people are not High Demon.

Just before my wedding on the planet called Kifirin, I decided I wasn't going to marry someone I'd never met. Kordevik Weth was a stranger to me, and I wasn't willing to accept him. That's why I asked Aunt Bree for help.

She had one condition: I had to live on Earth and take a job with Rome Enterprises in San Francisco.

My name is Kordevik Weth.

My intended left me standing at the altar. Afterward, I got drunk and destroyed the bar where I'd gone to drink and forget my humiliation.

As punishment, Li'Neruh Rath, god of my home planet, sentenced me to five years on Earth, working as a driver for Rome Enterprises in San Francisco.

Every day, I curse the job I hold and the one who'd pushed me into it - Lexsi Silver.

©2015 Connie Suttle (P)2015 Connie Suttle

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Love these characters!

I've been keeping up with Ms. Sutton's worlds since the first Demon book. They are all fascinating to me and the stories quite entertaining. Can hardly wait for the second book in this latest trilogy.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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this is not an unabridged version

Where does Hot Demon in the City rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

the first thing I noticed is that the first fight scene is missing, 4 vampires walk into the bar with a women and a beaten up vampire, the bartender pulls his gun, then<br/>the scene skips to the beaten up vampire being and the bartender with a ice pack on his eye.<br/><br/>some scenes are missing.<br/><br/>please check this out and fix it if possible.

6 of 8 people found this review helpful

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fair

I have listened other connie suttle books narrated by same narrator, those books were better on both counts. The dialogue was not as good in some places, and the female voices vere weak. Female voices were unure and more like a victim might sound than a strong warrior. The story was good. I will listen to book two and hope that it reaches up to the level of the authors other series.

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  • Bunty
  • Burnaby, BC, Canada
  • 12-10-16

ENTERTAINING. GOOD STORY LINE.

The beginning was a bit slow but after a few chapters into the story it began to get interesting. I like the plot of how Leksi and Kordevik ended up on earth and working in the same company. At the beginning, Leksi was not friendly to Kordevik but eventually she grew to like him. He, in turn fell in love with her. There was a mystery with lots of supernatural a being killed off and Kory and Leksi with their friends had to try and help the good guys. Quite a good storyline. Will continue next book.

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It grew on me

What did you like best about Hot Demon in the City? What did you like least?

I don't know what I expected, maybe the stereotypical paranormal romance. But, this wasn't it. Granted the romance seemed to come out of nowhere, one moment he didn't care for her and the next he was kissing her forehead and calling her baby. But, this story actually has a plot. That doesn't focus on getting the two character's together. And that is wonderful.

What aspect of Traci Odom’s performance would you have changed?

I'm not a fan of female narrators. I find male falsetto voices much more convincing than female baritone voices. Practically all of the male characters voices bother me. Lexi and Anita were find, even Hannah, but not the men.

Any additional comments?

This title is very misleading. The story focuses on much more than "Hot Demon". In fact, besides a few characters commenting that Lexi or Kory were attractive, their relative "hotness" had nothing to do with the story. Or anyone else's hotness. "Demon in the City" would work just as well.

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