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Violet Tendencies by Jaye Wells
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Apr 13, 2012

it was amazing
Read in May, 2011

The Trickster and the Vanity Demon

I strongly recommend you read the previous books in the series (Red-Headed Stepchild, novella in Vampire Romance 2, Mage in Black and Green Eyed Demon) before tackling this novella.

The events in this novella take place in-between Mage in Black and Green Eyed Demon and fills in the blanks of what happens when a desperate magpire (half mage/half vampire), mage and demon go on the lam. If you are new to the Sabina Kane series, Do not start here.

I really enjoyed this fun short story; my attention was riveted to each word. This series never fails to make me literally laugh-out-loud and this novella was no different.

This outrageously humorous novella coupled with plenty of action packs a punch. We also get a peek at the different "class" of demons in Irkalla and scoop a tidbit of information about the time surrounding Demon existence.

I highly recommend this book to fellow dark urban fantasy readers and can't wait for the next book in the series Silver-Tongued Devil due out in 1/1/2012.
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