Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld, book 8), by Kelley Armstrong

This is the latest entry in the Women of the Otherworld series, oncologist and therefore will be my last Kelley Armstrong review for a while. I’m sure some of you are relieved. I’m a bit relieved, to be caught up with the series, but a little sad that I have to wait until November for the next one. Here’s the last review; I link to all the others in it.

Anyway, we met Hope Adams, Expisco half-demon (her father was Lucifer — yeah, that Lucifer — no, not Satan). She’s attracted to chaos and can see it in a sort of clairvoyant fashion. And by ‘attracted to chaos’, I mean attracted. She owes Benicio Cortez (Lucas’s father) half a favor; the debt is shared by Karl Marsten, a recent addition to the werewolf Pack. (He’d been a lone wolf before that.) Benicio calls in the favor one day, when he was having trouble with one of the gangs in Miami. He only calls Hope, though, not Karl, because he needs Hope to play a society girl, and doesn’t have much use for Karl. Anyway, Hope infiltrates the gang and thinks she’s discovered a plot against the Cabals (sorcerer family businesses), but then it gets so much deeper and more complicated than anyone could possibly have expected. Continue reading Personal Demon (Women of the Otherworld, book 8), by Kelley Armstrong