From Publishers Weekly
Humor punctuates this agreeably entertaining if uninspired paranormal. Sexy demon Killian O'Brien is abruptly summoned into the mortal realm by a trio of teenage girls led by precocious Daisy Reed, who wants him to find a boyfriend for her older sister. Poppy Reed has raised Daisy since the death of their parents, rejecting any thoughts of a love life in favor of a quiet, mouse-like existence. Nevertheless, she appeals to Killian, and their attraction simmers for pages of nicely held tension before exploding into hot sex. Along the way, they battle personal hangups, predatory rivals, and the silly antics of adolescent interference. Several sections are from Daisy's point of view, in a refreshing change from the typical he said/she said format. While pleasantly diverting, the story is hampered by overused plot devices, unresolved character flaws, and a boilerplate feel lacking pizzazz. (Mar.)
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Killian O�Brien is your not-so-average demon escorting souls of the damned to their just rewards. Whiskey and women fill his downtime, and he�s quite happy with how his eternity is going until three well-meaning but meddling teenagers summon him to grant them a wish. They want him to find a real life with a good man for overworked editor Poppy, who�s devoted her past few years to raising her younger sister. �Good� is something Killian normal doesn�t deal with, but if he fails the teens, he�ll be stuck on earth. It shouldn�t be a problem, except there�s much more than meets the eye to Poppy in her slouchy jeans and logo tees, enough to make Killian wonder whether even a demon might be worthy of true love. Love follows What a Demon Wants (2010) with another humorous, off-beat tale that warms the heart with a deeply drawn hero and heroine and simmers when supersexy Killian works his wiles on Poppy and readers alike. --Nina C. Davis