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The Demon You Know (The Others, Book 11) Mass Market Paperback – May 1, 2007
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Bestselling author Christine Warren returns to the spellbinding world of the Others, where desire and danger fatefully collide…
A SILENT BEAUTY
As a research grunt at a local television station, Abby Baker tends to blend into the background, which is where she's most comfortable. But when she ends up being the last resort to cover a hot story, Abby discovers a whole new side to her personality when she is possessed by a fiend―a type of rogue demon. Suddenly everyone wants a piece of her. And now the demon Rule―also a hunter of his own kind who have gone astray―is Abby's only hope…
A SUDDEN PASSION
Meanwhile, the Others―vampires, werewolves, and witches, oh my!―have come out of the supernatural closet and the rest of the humans are all aflutter. Mischief is afoot in the demon realm, and Rule knows that Abby is key to figuring it all out before the fiends tip the fragile balance between the newly-discovered Others and the humans over into an epic battle. Now it's up to two lost souls to make love, not war…..
"[A] sexy, engaging world spiced with humor that draws you in, never lets you go, and will leave you begging for more!"
―USA Today bestselling author Cheyenne McCray
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The story started a bit slow but then picked up around chapter five. Overall I enjoyed the storyline, the main character Rule and the supporting cast like Noah, Samantha, Missy, and Rafe. However, Abby is one of the worst lead female characters I've read recently. Not only is she not likable, the author is not consistent in the way she portrays the character. Abby starts out as a timid doormat of a character. Then she makes an idiotic decision--putting her life and others in danger. Afterwards she shows herself to be whiny and self centered. Then she's a complete bit*h, screaming at Rule for things that he didn't cause and can't control, which was inconsistent for how she was portrayed in the beginning. I liked Rule in the Faerie book, and was very disappointed to see him matched off with such a poor character. The romance didn't make any sense to me. I didn't see anything appealing in her character for him to care about. She's not even described as being physcially attractive, so I didn't get his attraction to her. Additionally, the dialogue was forced, awkward and frequently annoying.
Another thing was the copy of the book I read was FULL of typos and punctuation errors. It was extremely distracting. The worst ones were the constant mistakes in names--Bat for Bal, Rate for Rule, etc. At times I'd have to back up and reread a line trying to figure out who the author was talking about. I was reading a St Martins Press published version that was produced for Kindle. Very poor editing--someone didn't do their job. Also if the book had had a good line editor, the editor would have caught all the inconsistencies with Abby's character.
I've read most of the Others books and enjoyed several of them--mainly the later ones. If you've never read Christine Warren before, don't start with this book or book one. Instead, try One Bite with a Stranger, Wolf at the Door or Walk on the Wild Side. Those are some of the better ones in the series.