- File Size: 1469 KB
- Print Length: 150 pages
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- Publisher: Short on Time Books (August 1, 2016)
- Publication Date: August 1, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01JJE93U0
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>This book is the second in the Dagger & Brimstone series and ends with everything still up in the air. Racer, Arloe and Locke have escaped the city from Hell and now find they owe a demon a favor. The demon parades around in the human world as a high school athletic coach, which is hysterical if you’ve ever played any kind of sport in high school. I swear some of my coaches were evil and the proof is in this book!
>Racer, Arloe and Locke have to seduce 100 souls in order to fulfill their contract with the demon. They just turn on the tv and zoom into their next scene. What a way to make reality tv even more real. You can feel the pain of Arloe and Racer as they have to watch the other seduce strangers. There is a whole mystery as to who is setting all this bad luck in motion and how Arloe and Racer’s relationship will survive.
>The descriptions are just as gory as in the first book, but a few whimsical descriptions have been added to even things out a bit. The three friends are imprisoned in an enchanted apartment until they collect their souls. Anything they write on a particular white board appears before them. The descriptions of the items they ask for are both humorous and interesting.
>During the whole mystery, Racer, Arloe and Locke have mini vignettes with a lot of danger, violence and sex. These small scenes really keep the story moving along. I am a reviewer for Romance Authors that Rock. This book is appropriate for an adult audience. I am giving this book 5 hearts.