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After a bumpy start as the only female demon hunter in the top secret Brotherhood of David, Nava Katz heads to Prague for her first undercover mission: unmasking a demon movie star. She'd be all kinds of thrilled if it weren't for the fact that her fellow hunter-with-benefits, Rohan Mitra, has reclaimed his rock star status and assigned Nava the role of groupie.

Rejecting her "be a good girl and follow orders" directive, Nava unleashes an alter ego guaranteed to hook their celebrity target and drive Rohan crazy. No downside - until she finds herself up against Rohan's past, the Brotherhood's antiquated thinking, and her own identity issues, turning her personal life into a bomb that could blow up the entire operation.

Sparkly and deadly; it's a plan.

©2017 Deborah Wilde (P)2017 Tantor

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Yea! the follow up is a good as the first book

As I mentioned in my review of the first book, the premise is not new, but the writing is dead on fantastic. It's rough, tough, and at times blatant in your face but the girl's job is to kill demons so what should we expect, Mother Theresa? We find ourselves chasing a master Demon to Prague. I city I love. The relationship problems seem well written almost as though the author has had a few of them herself, (tongue thoroughly in check).
I really like how this author writes and I look forward to her third book put on Audible (HINT)!

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Buffy! You're Back!

I haven't felt this jovial and excited since 1997. I was 13 years old and suddenly sassing my way through life with "Whedon Speak". Oh Deborah Wilde... you have brought that girl back out. I haven't enjoyed a book in such a "girl power" way for many years. I know the third book in this series will be released on audible soon but I couldn't wait. I had to have Nava now. Again.

And Hollie Jackson? Hello beautiful. You have brought Nava to life in a way I never expected. As I read my kindle version of the third book (since I have no patience) I am hearing only your voice. What a fantastic combination.

For those just tuning into this fantastic series... hold on to those hoo ha's of yours, okay? This is a sweet, sexy ride that I think has nestled itself quite comfortably into my new top 10 loves of all time.

Now excuse me while I finish the third book in the series and then cry spectacularly after - since I no doubt will have a tense wait for the next novel.

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Better!!!

Better!

I'm glad I waited until Book 2 to write a review on this series. After book one I was up in the air on continuing. But I finished my last book so fast I was like let's go ahead and give Nava another try. And I'm glad that I did.

Book 2 is named Sting. Maybe I looked over it but not sure if that title is tied to something in the book or not.

The narrater is Hollie Jackson. She impressed me. She gives Rohan a savory voice that matches him well. She is having to do multiple male voices all with different accents. The accents and dialect come across well for me. I'm not Italian or from the Middle East but they sound authentic to my ears.

The best improvements for the story is giving the hunters an actual mission. It gives the characters a better purpose and goal. Much better concept than a demon father wanting to kill you for jacking off his son to death.

These are still issues for me:

1. The author trys way too hard with the Gay/Bisexual thing. It feels like she is unnecessarily screaming out "Hey, Im cool with Gay people! See how many I squeezed into my book. " I mean gosh, there are more gay men in this book than the M/M romances I've read. Lets count them... Her Brother is Gay, her bestie is Bisexual, 2 of her coworkers are Gay, 2 are possible Bisexual, and there are hints of her lover Rohan being Bisexual. Oh and all work for a strict religious organization who isn't cool with a women being in their club but haven't had an issues with the gay men??? I mean really, what is the likely hood of that???

2. Why is everyone beautiful or gorgeous? This author has fallen in the Laurel K. Hamilton trap of describing the men every chapter and going on about how hot they all are, how good they look in this outfit... ANNOYING.

3. All the men are trained for 20 years to be one hunters, but Nava is sent on her first mission in less than a 3 weeks... hmm? This one I'll let slide because it's one of the reasons why the book is interesting.

4. The Friends with benefits concept. This has been done in most of our real lives and in our fictional characters lives. It never works. So the issues they face in tgis novel are predictable. It would have been nice to have it work out through a few books without it backgiring. Now that would have been something new. An open relationship that actually functions.

Overall I enjoyed this book much more than the last. The events that happen in the end with the bad guy were BLAH but the build up was better.

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Fast paced - good read

Seriously?? Just leave us hanging like that and dying for the third installment.

Nava's character development and growth is apparent in this book.