Source: provided by the author for an honest review
Date read: October 16, 2014
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Something is haunting the old Rochambeau mansion...Thoughts on Demon Possession: Yoooouuuu guys! I'm a totally sucker for lusty demons and the women who dig them. It should go without saying this book worked for me. Because lusty demon is lusty and Adelaide absolutely doesn't let his other-worldliness stop her from enjoying herself.
Big girl Adelaide doesn't believe in ghosts, but when she's home from college for the summer, her friends won't stop talking about the haunted Rochambeau mansion. According to a local legend, the first owner went crazy and murdered his whole family - and it's been abandoned ever since.
Finally, some jocks from her old high school offer her a hundred bucks to spend the night there. The perpetually broke college student can't turn that down, so one Friday night, she drives up the long, creepy driveway, and heads into the abandoned plantation house.
It's not long before she hears strange noises and sees strange things - and discovers that the mansion really is haunted, by a lustful demon who likes her curves far too much to just let her leave.
Can Adelaide handle a sexual encounter with a creature from Hell who's literally red-hot?
I'd wager she enjoys herself more than once, if you know what I mean. That's right, a well-hung demon is a pleasing demon. Pleasuring demon? Huh. We'll just say he's a giver and leave it at that.
So. The demon is smokin' (almost literally), the heroine isn't brainless (just lust addled by the hunk of burning love who shows up to show her how hot demons can be), and the sexin' was quality. It was pretty much exactly what I was looking for. *thumbs up*