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Accidentally Demonic (Accidentals #4)

3.92 of 5 stars 3.92  ·  rating details  ·  1,932 ratings  ·  123 reviews
The devilish new novel from the national bestselling author of "The Accidental Human"
When mild-mannered Casey Schwartz wakes up in jail, she has no memory of how she got there. But after her sister, Wanda, bails her out, Casey has more to deal with than a foggy memory-like abrupt mood swings and fireballs shooting from her fingertips. But things really head south when a
ebook, 336 pages
Published February 2nd 2010 by Berkley Books (first published January 7th 2010)
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After reading the fourth book of the Accidental Friends by Dakota Cassidy, all I can think about was "Thank God I'm done with the series."

Don't get me wrong, I like her books. They're funny and witty, but I noticed a couple of things in her writing that I find annoying and irritating.

first: The characters talk too darn much. They ramble soo much I wanted to reach from the pages and give them a good whack in the head to make them stop. And make them listen to the person that was conversing with t
Wicked Lil Pixie (Natasha)
Accidentally Demonic is the forth book in Dakota Cassidy’s Accidental series. This time around we follow a new character, Casey who happens to be Wanda’s (Book 3: Accidental Human) little sister. Casey has a crap job working as a “handler” for two brat socialite kids (think Paris Hilton), doing all sorts of damage control has left Casey with little time of her own and has made her relationship with Wanda extremely strained. Out with the terrible two-some one night, Casey ends up being the one wh ...more
Although I started off this series in love with Dakota Cassidy, by the time I got to Book 3 I was definitely falling out of love with it. The story lines are slim at best, there's way too much dialogue and not enough characterization. And if I may say it, Nina is starting to work my nerves. The meaningless curse words don't add to the story, instead I want to smack the person who thinks various forms of the F-word make a good character. Needless to say I had planned on reading the fifth in this ...more
It was ok.... This is a cute series, but the books start to feel like the same story told four times with different names inserted for the characters. This book also had A LOT of unnecessary dialogue - the female characters go on and on endlessly, it got a little annoying.
Plesently Demonic!
Accidentally Demonic is the fourth book in the Accidental friends series by the hilarious Dakota Cassity. When I first started this series a little while back I thought of it as refreshing, witty and enteraining. I was scared that each book wouldn't live up to the first because of it's predictable outcomes, girl turns into supernatural being by accident, has trouble accepting her faith, and then falls in love with guy, but honeslty it is really super enteraining to read, and a
This series always provides good laughs, a yummy guy, a twisted-from-the-start mated-for-eternity love story and some sort of fight scene. But you always know there'll be a HEA. Sometimes a girl just wants a little light, humorous, love story where everyone gets their HEA. That's this series, in a nutshell, for me.

The previous books in the series, The Accidental Werewolf, Accidentally Dead and The Accidental Human told the stories of Marty/Keegan, Nina/Greg and Wanda/Heath. An odd group of girls
Okay, so at this point, we'd run out of established characters.

Wanda's kind-of-estranged sister Casey is brought into the picture and is in prison when we first meet her. Some guy spilled something on her and next thing she knew she was attacking an off-duty officer and able to shoot fireballs.

I wasn't sure if they would continue with the vampire and werewolf thing or bring in something else, but I wasn't really expecting demons. Some of the things that were introduced were interesting in the a
Not that it's bad writing, it was just not my type of book, in tone. This seemed like a light, fluffy romance novel with some paranormal elements that shape the plot.

I'd started hearing so much about these books, and tantalizingly could never find them in stores, so I pounced on this one as soon as I did find it. I was probably in between Sookie Stackhouse book releases, hoping this would be similar and tide me over. But these are very far from the Charlaine Harris series's tone. No real horror
Zel Polev
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4 1/2 stars for Accidentally Demonic ~ As always, D-Lo AKA Dakota Cassidy delivers yet another Accidental that is full of humor, twisty turns, horns, and fangs. I choose up the book I'm going to read by the mood I'm in. So when I need to laugh and need to learn even more colorful language, Dakota is my hit. I only wish I could put the books down to draw out the fun. *sigh* this was a 24 hour read for me.
After reading the first three "Accidental" books, they start to read the same. I still like the author but I hope that the next Accidental book will have a slightly different twist in the plot line. There's only so much I can take of whiny characters not understanding their new gift and the evading of information from the secondary characters. I know it adds conflict but GOLLY - its annoying.
Jennifer (a.k.a The Book Nympho)
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After not finishing book 3, The Accidental Human becauseI just didn't like the main characters, Wanda & Health I skipped to Accidental Demonic in hopes I'd like it more. Well the main character is Wanda's little sister, Casey and there was more Wanda in it that I liked so I stopped the audio.

But then I thought I'm going to give Accidental Demonic a second chance. Yeah there was more Wanda than I liked but I got over it and starting liking Casey in sp
Kelly % Books-n-Kisses
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In Accidentally Demonic we get to finally met Wanda long lost sister Casey. Unfortunately it begins with Casey calling Wanda from jail. But that is just the beginning of Casey’s problems. Seems Casey has a little problem with fireballs, floating, horns and a very hot vampire.

Clayton has been living a lie for years. Okay more like centuries. But when he thinks has a way to rid himself of his demons he jumps at it. Sadly,
Stormi (Books, Movies, Reviews. Oh my!)
First thoughts: Though I like the series they seem a lot of alike in terms of story line which can get a little old.

Dakota Cassidy continues to make me laugh even with all the foul language. Accidentally Demonic deals with Wanda’s sister Casey who is to busy with her job to contact Wanda. So she has no clue what has happened to Wanda and her friend even though Wanda has tried to get in contact with her.

Casey lands in jail and doesn’t remember how she got there but the only person she knows to ca
I absolutely love Dakota Cassidy’s writing and for me she is an automatic buy whenever she has a new book out. Her Accidental friends series is so hilarious, snarky, fun, romantic and sweet, what is not to love. The new installment in the series is definitely NOT a disappointment.

This time around we get to meet Casey, sister of Wanda, who was the heroine of Accidentally Human. Casey has kept her distance from her sister for a long time and their relationship is far from close. Until one day she
Kelly Peres
I adore this series it might be my favorite Paranormal Romance Adult series. If you do not know who Dakota Cassidy look her up she is AWESOME. Anyways lets get on to my review.

Accidentally Demonic was as good as I presumed it was going to be. Casey is a girl who's living like a slave, a slave that would put other people before her self. Casey job is to cleans these other peoples messes as if it was nothing. Then one day Casey wakes up and doesn't remember why she is currently in jail (yep thats
After my review of The Accidental Human (Accidental Series #3) I was somewhat afraid of this book but I am happy to say that I was pleasantly surprised. Finally a new concept, Dakota Cassidy finally moved away from the idea that everyone was either a vampire or a werewolf.

Accidentally Demonic introduces us to Wanda Schwartz's little sister Casey Schwartz and reintroduces us to Clayton Gunnersson. We had first been introduced to Clayton in Accidentally Dead (Accidental Series #2), he is the best
I was at Barnes and Nobles one day and the cover of this book really caught my eye so I decided to give it a go. Unfortunately, I sat down with it 5 times, read some, then eventually never picked it back up. It was an ok book, I just found other books after this that were MUCH MORE interesting. I hate to give this book 2 stars considering I didn't finish it. I mean, the girl gets her blood mixed with demons blood and she gets all of it's powers! Then a hot sexy vampire comes along who's "involve ...more
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Zandrina McGowan
I picked this book up on a whim because I needed a new read for the train ride since I was in town and needed to get home.
I walked into the sci-fi bookstore in town and first time ever I stopped by the romance section.
I've never read romance before and figured if I'm going to start it might as well be sci-fi. All of the Accidental Friends books were there but I didn't know they were a series since they all were about different people. So I picked up the last one in the series, but as far as I c
This book is number four in the Accidental Friends Series by Dakota Cassidy, and even thought I love Dakota's writing style and her free and frequent use of the F-word, this book didn't hold its own for me like the others. It was however still a very cute book in so many ways because I did feel happy after reading, but I just don't know if the cute was enough. The series in itself is farfetched in that you actually have 3 now 4 people so close to each other have these "Accidents" as they are cal ...more
The fourth installment of the "Accidentally" series is by far the best of the series. The plot is filled with twists, turns, and delightful new characters that you simply fall in love with. This book was down-right hilarious, not only in the entertaining arguments between the girls and the phases that Casey goes through during her "transformation" but with the ridiculous plot that has you thinking "you've got to be kidding!".

I love the fact that Cassidy continues the character development of ev
Cid Tyer
Yes, another one of the Accidental Friends books. They're just too awesome! I laugh so much when I read these; they really stick a smile on your face.

The Setting -- still the greater New York area, though this one seems to stay in a few apartments for the most part.

The Characters -- get a little jolt of fresh blood. There's a new character by the name of Casey featured in this story, and I have to say - I'm no longer sure if Nina is my favorite... Casey and Nina are awesome in the way they run u
Mandy Sickle
Casey Schwartz wakes up in jail after a wild night she has no memory of. Casey is forced to call her sister Wanda to bail her out of jail. Casey isn't the type to end up in jail, she works all the time, and is too passive to get herself into trouble it should be the twins she babysits for her boss that get in trouble. Casey can't remember what happened the prior night and is super moody which isn't normal for her.

Wanda didn't come alone she has her best friends Marty and Nina along with her and
So far this book starts off slower than the others. I was kind of annoyed with the main character but slowly warmed up to her. Just like the rest in the series the main girl is accidentally turned into some paranormal creature and has a tough time accepting it and ends up in a bunch of trouble. Even thou they are so similar it can get a bit old but I enjoy watching each characters personality grow and get more in depth.

Casey Schwartz is much like her sister in ways but has become somewhat of a
One day Casey Schwartz's life consists of babysitting two rich brats twenty-four/seven and making sure they don't get into trouble. The next, she's in jail for assaulting an off-duty officer at a club with no memory of it. Oops doesn't begin to cover it. Come to found out, she's now a demon; actually, half a demon; due to a freak accident with the hunky vampire Clayton Gunnersson. Apparently, he spilled some demon blood on Casey which bonded with her somehow and that makes her half a demon now.

Read for Fun/Listened for Review (Kindle/Tantor)
Overall Rating: 4.00
Story Rating: 3.75
Character Rating: 4.25

Audio Rating: 4.00 (not part of the overall rating)

First thought when finished: Revisiting Accidentally Demonic by Dakota Cassidy was fun. I had forgotten the epic smackdowns between Nina and Casey!

Review Circa 2010

What I LOVED: I adore that Casey was brave enough (stupid enough-same thing sometimes) to stand up to even the likes of Nina. Hildegard was a great foe, she was snarky, b*tchy,
Fun fluff. It reminded me of Mary Janice Davidson in a lot of ways. Irreverent, snappy dialogue, characters not taking themselves too seriously, bad situations solved in the most random of ways.

That's all the up. The downsides of all those things--it's hard to get invested in the story because it is all on the surface. The dialogue is so snappy and referential and constant that it's difficult to find the story at times. As frustrated as the main character was getting with not being told things,
This is the 4th book in the series and the heroine is one Casey Schwartz, half sister to Wanda Schwartz, the heroine of book 3 "Accidentally Human". This book had everything you could ask for. It had witty dialogue and snarky humor. It had a heroine that you could identify with and a hero that grew on you. It had the heroines from the previous books Wanda, Marty and Nina. Nina is probably one of my favorite fictional characters because she just says it like it is. She quite often uses profane la ...more
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Dakota Cassidy lives for a good laugh in life and in her writing. In fact, she almost loves a good giggle as much as she loves hair products and that’s saying something.

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Other Books in the Series

Accidentals (9 books)
  • The Accidental Werewolf (Accidentals, #1)
  • Accidentally Dead (Accidentals, #2)
  • The Accidental Human (Accidentals, #3)
  • Accidentally Catty (Accidentals, #5)
  • Accidentally Dead, Again (Accidentals, #6)
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  • The Accidental Werewolf 2: Something About Harry (Accidentals, #8)
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