Title: Demons Are a Girl’s Best Friend
I hadn’t originally planned on reading this series but when A Demon Does it Better became available on NetGalley I quickly changed my mind. Only having to read one book in order catch up on Linda Wisdom’s Demons series is an easy task. Demons Are a Girl’s Best Friend’s colorful characters, whirlwind pace and happy ending make this novel easy to love. This is my second witchy read this week and I’m beginning to think that my perception of them is all wrong! Maggie is a powerful, no-nonsense preternatural who’s so badass I’m scouring my thesaurus trying to find an adjective that does her justice!
So far, the characters in this series are amazing! Aside from Maggie’s kickassedness, her flame Declan is my dream guy (I know, he’s taken but a girl can fantasize). He’s part fire demon and that trait alone makes him HOT! I’m an Aries so I love the color red and anything that’s flame related. Stereotypical much? Anyway, back to the topic at hand. Declan’s got a lot more going for him than just his sex appeal; he’s also smart, family-oriented, holds his own in a fight and of course, is great in bed. I liked how Maggie would mess with him whenever he’d put his foot in his mouth or say something that she didn’t like. More than once he found himself wearing his drink or getting rained on in his office. The witch’s spells take playful teasing to a whole new level! My favorite character was Elle by a landslide. She’s a jeweled, black widow tattoo and part of Maggie’s arsenal of weapons. When Elegance isn’t dropping witty remarks she’s busy researching ways to keep her lovers from dying. I’m sure you’re already familiar with the fact that this type of spider eats their mates once the deed is done.
I liked the background story of the Demons world. The guards are an interesting bunch with a wide variety of histories and supernatural traits. I also loved how Maggie isn’t your typical witch. She’s 700 years old and comes off as something “more” than just human. The plot line captivated me early on. The protagonist ends up stuck playing mom to a teenager which, understandably, ends up being an absolute nightmare! Maggie eventually has to tell her charge that she’s a witch but puts a spell on Courtney so that she can’t reveal the secret. Only gibberish comes out of the kid’s mouth whenever she tries to say something magic-related. This made for a few hilarious conversations about potholes and frying pans!
Demons Are a Girl’s Best Friend is a multifaceted read packed with so much good stuff that it’s overflowing! I’m very happy with my decision to give this series a try and I’m even happier that A Demon Does It Better is already loaded onto my Kobo. Linda Wisdom is now on my list of must-read authors and I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for her future publications.
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I review Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance books with a focus all things werewolf. Based out of Ottawa, Canada