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Devilishly Hot Kindle Edition

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Length: 321 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1007 KB
  • Print Length: 321 pages
  • Publisher: Kensington; 1 Original edition (October 25, 2011)
  • Publication Date: October 25, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005CRY7XM
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,196 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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USA TODAY bestseller, Kathy Love has been labeled "a character-driven author, who prefers complex subjects that add an emotional, humorous edge" by Romantic Times. Originally from Maine, she now resides in Maryland with her daughter, their Boston Terrier, and six cats, all black.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By tsteiner on October 25, 2011
Format: Paperback
My review is for 3.5 Stars.

Annie is a southern girl transplanted into the dog-eat-dog world of New York City. She came to New York to make it in the fashion industry. Now is her chance. Too bad she didn't know going to work for Fiona White was a win/lose proposition. Win the best job at the hottest magazine in the world. Lose your soul!

Nick has a problem. He is trying to prove to his superiors that he is not crazy. Yes, he lost control and said that a murder suspect looked like a monster awhile back, but he was just a bit overworked, or so he thinks. Little did he know that he was not crazy and now he is surrounded by real monsters, demons. He just walked into the biggest nest in New York, Hot! Magazine.

Annie and Nick are attracted at first collision. The problem is they can't seal the deal. Annie's boss, Finola wants Nick too, and she always gets what she wants, ALWAYS!

This is a light romantic read. The bedroom scenes are spicy but not scorching. The villains are despicable yet not scary. The romance between Annie and Nick is fun. Their journey to each other is riddled with demonic bosses, uninterested boyfriends and well the possibility of going to hell. It is a rather easy read. It did have some problems for me though.

You would think by the look of the cover that this is a light comedic read. I guess in a way it is, but then it isn't. This book is an enigma. The cover is very cutesy. The plot had the potential to be a cute fun story, but really wasn't. I think it tried to be a bit of a dark comedy with over the top characters, but it was quirky. It just didn't feel right to me, maybe because I did start the book with a preconceived notion from the cover.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Patti TheLoveJunkee on December 6, 2011
Format: Paperback
Annie Lou Riddle is living in the New York and has just decided to pack it in and go back to Mississippi when she gets a phone call that changes her life: HOT! magazine has just called to offer her her dream job.

Fast forward three years and Annie is miserable; her boss is evil - no really, she's a demon. Annie sold her soul for 10 years of being Finola White's assistant. While the perks are great - fabulous apartment and great clothes, the downside is that if she can't please Finola and breaks her contract, Satan gets her soul.

Detective Nick Rossi is investigating the disappearance of 21 people over a period of a few years. The only thing they all have in common? They all worked at HOT! Magazine. Nick is instantly attracted to Finola's beautiful assistant, but Finola is attracted to Nick. He knows something's not quite right, but can't figure out what it is, and can't get proof the magazine is responsible for the missing people.

Now Annie's fighting her attraction to Nick and working like crazy to get Finola through Fashion Week without losing her soul in the process.

My thoughts:
Devilishly Hot reminded me of a paranormal Devil Wears Prada: Finola and Annie were definitely Miranda and Andy. However, where Andy would've just been fired, Annie would have lost her immortal soul by displeasing her boss.

While Devilishly Hot was cute, it couldn't hold my attention. I couldn't reconcile good, kind Annie selling her soul for a job, no matter how fabulous. I just couldn't make that leap, and it prohibited me from enjoying the story because I kept waiting for an explanation of what could have possibly made her sell her soul, and it never really came.

Nick was a good hero - masculine, possessive, kind and loving.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By melindeeloo TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 28, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Devilishly Hot just never managed to engage me, even when I finally got to the smexy stuff. I liked the intuitive police detective Nick but I never really felt all that sympathetic for Annie, who has a lien on her soul, and the fact that she walks the edge of cheating on her boyfriend didn't help - even though we could see the resolution to that pesky boyfriend problem coming from a mile away. I know the boyfriend was there to slow Nick down, but I really think that the green eyed monster (actually Annie's boss Fiola is a demon and doesn't have green eyes but...) would have been enough.

But in the end it all boiled down to the premise just wasn't that fun, now if it had been Fiola's lust demon right hand man looking for redemption, it would be a different story - a more interesting one... And the ultimate resolution to Nick and Annie's dilemma was deux et machina (from a way further south than heaven.) Though I must admit I got a kick out of the last page, I just don't know whether that was enough to make me pick up the next one.

Summary
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Little did Annie realize when she got the offer that her dream job was actually the job from hell - literally - and her boss, Fiola, at Hot! magazine is a demon whose every impossible wish is Annie's command and the price of failure is her soul. Since Fiola's been a little hard on the past help, a string of disappearances lead police detective Nick to investigate Hot! and when he literally bumps into Annie the attraction is instantaneous. Soon the only thing standing between them are: Annie's endangered soul, a slew of missing persons, Annie's live in boyfriend and the fact that Fiola wants Nick for herself and is not one to tolerate anyone thwarting her plans...
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