The Demon's in the Details

The Demon's in the Details : Touched by a Demon Book 2

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It'll be a cold day in Hell before artist Keeffe Blackmon gives up the statue created by her late mother, a world-famous inspirational sculptor. Keeffe's not selling--not even to a man as rich as devil's food cake and handsome as sin--the gorgeous but morally repulsive billionaire Seth McCall. That is, until Keeffe decodes a fiendish contract and discovers she has just one month to prove she's earning a living with her art or lose her sculpture forever.

Demons will ice skate on the Lake of Fire before Satan puts Abaddon, aka Bad, the demon of sloth and Hell's brainiest minion, back in charge of Hell's technology hub. But when Satan's stooge McCall fails to acquire the powerful statue, Bad seizes his chance. To win back his job, Bad offers to possess McCall and, with the unbeatable combination of McCall's good looks and his own smarts, melt Keeffe into selling him the sculpture.

As Keeffe races to complete a mural in McCall's McMansion and earn the cash she needs to keep her statue, the billionaire blows hot one minute and cold the next. It's almost as if he's two different men: one a jerk, the other sweet and nerdy--and hot as Hell.

Aboveworld for the first time, Bad finds out his heart is even bigger than his brain. He is entranced by Sedona's stunning landscape and seduced by Keeffe's passion for art, life and the man she thinks she sees in McCall.

Bad may be the smartest demon in Hell--but is he smart enough to win Keeffe's trust and ice Satan's devilish plan to destroy Sedona?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 19mm | 490g
  • English
  • 1949451054
  • 9781949451054

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Jeanne Oates Estridge's second book in the Touched By A Demon series is another smart, funny, thought-provoking romantic skirmish in the eternal war of good versus evil.

THE DEMON'S IN THE DETAILS and Estridge does a great job with her details. I want to visit Sedona for myself after reading this book!

This story has great, believable dialog. The character interactions flow well and the steamy parts are such that I wouldn't want a stranger reading over my shoulder! I enjoyed how the story is resolved.

Overall, the Demon's in the Details is a delightful book. I'm looking forward to what Estridge has in store for book 3.
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