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Chasing Tail (Chasing Tail #1)

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  35 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Tony is an information gatherer, a low-level demon who likes his job and his perks on the earthly plane, thank you. He doesn't need human demon-hunters like Salter hanging around and making trouble, no matter how attractive they are. Or how capable. Or hot, with their leather and gun-toting ways.

Salter needs Tony's help, though, to find a demon even an experienced hunter c
ebook, 88 pages
Published July 2009 by Torquere Press
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I put off reading this book, even though I generally love Lorne Rodman's writing, because of the ugly Torquere template cover. Don't make my mistake: don't judge this book by its cover because it's wonderful.

In a new departure for the very talented Rodman, Chasing Tail immerses us in a world where demons and humans coexist, albeit a little uncomfortably.

Tony is a demon snitch. His job is to tally up human sins and he's good at it. Picture an OCD demon checking off your sins. Gluttony, check. Lus
Chasing Tail is an amusing, delightful novella that takes some classic stereotypes and gives some fresh new life into them. The dialogue is witty with a lot of back and forth bantering and some hot sex in the later half. Tony is a sin keeper demon, one who keeps track of the sins of others. As such, he knows a lot of information and demon-hunting Salter decides Tony’s going to help him. The sparks fly between these two as they reluctantly work together to find Salter’s target “The Tail.”

I was p
Very sexy paranormal m/m novella. Tony is a demon, a sin catcher and a snitch. But he's also a bit of a prude. Salter is a big gruff demon Hunter. These two opposites are thrown together to catch a nasty demon called the Tail but soon become more interested in each other. I loved the chemistry between these two MC's. Tony's surprising innocence and good nature and Salter's fond amusement really made me smile. On to the sequel Hard as a Rock...
Tony is a information demon, he keeps track of people's sins and knows lots of stuff. He's approached by human demon hunter Salter to help him find a demon called the Tail. Tony does NOT want to help and Salter never asks for help but thanks to the manipulation of another demon they are forced to work together to find a serial killer who escaped from hell and has teamed up with the Tail. Tony and Salter are attracted despite the fact that they don't want to be and Salter has never had a demon lo ...more
Jimmy Hanson
I really like "Chasing Tail," not so much for the story itself but rather for the interaction between the characters. Salter is basically a pushy asshole of a demon hunter who doesn't take no for an answer and always gets his way, come hell or high water. Tony is basically a shy, run-away-rather-than-fight demon who would rather sit in Starbucks and read books than meddle/interfere with anything or any*one*.

So what makes this short novella different? What puts Salter and Tony away from any other
3.5 stars

Salter is a demon hunter and Tony a demon who tallies sins and occasionally snitches on other demons. When Salter needs help on a case Tony reluctantly finds himself working with him. I really enjoyed the witty dialogue between these two seemingly different men. Tony especially is a wonderful character and I found their interactions fun and interesting. The world building lacked a bit but it was made up for in the characters and storyline. The one thing I really don't like is the strang
Lexi Ander
This started out a little slow because demon hunter and demons don't get along so there was a lot of grumpy reticence. Half way through it started to pick up and I was really getting into it and it stopped. Do you know how frustrating it is to try to turn the page exclaiming "no not yet" when there are no more pages? I did notice that there is another book to this little series which I will be reading shortly!
Love these guys, my favorite geeky demon and hunk-o-demon-hunter! Fun, funny and a nice dose of action and suspense...and who knew horn fondling could be so hot? *g*
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Lorne Rodman’s characters tend to reflect the wide array of personality traits possessed by the author; from shy and squeaky to bold and arrogant, they represent the best and worst of Lorne’s life. Humor and hot sex are trademarks of Lorne’s stories, as is pushing the envelope of what is proper and acceptable. Lorne’s hobbies range from searching for the ultimate gay porn story to attempting needl ...more
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