- Paperback: 258 pages
- Publisher: Montlake Romance (8 Oct. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1477807551
- ISBN-13: 978-1477807552
- Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 1.7 x 20.9 cm
- Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,873,085 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
The Devil's in the Details Paperback – 8 Oct 2013
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About the Author
Kimberly Raye penned her first novel in high school and hasn’t stopped writing since. Today she is the bestselling author of more than fifty-five novels, two of them prestigious RITA Award finalists. Her romantic vampire mystery series, Dead End Dating, has been optioned by Disney for television. A die-hard romantic who loves weddings, she lives with her husband and their children deep in the heart of the Texas hill country. To learn more about Kim, visit www.kimberlyraye.com or friend her on Facebook.
Top Customer Reviews
By the 'recycle' comment, I mean that it's not a book to be re-read; it's not a Keeper. It had no real depth, the characters couldn't really be believed in, and the romance felt 'because the author told us there was a romance between the leads', and not because I believed in it. It's as if the male character arrived on scene so the leads got together.
It is well-written and worth a read, but it's just another nothing-about-it-stands-out Montlake (by amazon) Romance, which in my experience, means nothing new/it's not bad, but it's not great/I wouldn't have paid for it, but it's OK as a freebie.
What could be worse than her mum finding out Jess loves planning weddings? Her mum demanding that her daughter organise her own mother’s wedding in order to unite her power with an ancient demon and turn Hell into a dictatorship in which her mother rules supreme. Jess has only 2 weeks to plan and arrange a perfect day for her mother; tiny skull favours, withered roses and chocolate dipped rodents will set the scene nicely. Yet someone out there doesn’t want Jess successfully pulling off the wedding from (literally) Hell plus dealing with a Bridezilla that can set fire to you with her eyeballs can be tricky if her mum doesn’t like something. To add further chaos, a demon slayer knows what Jess is and is threatening to kill her. Luckily said demon slayer has no idea that she is actually the daughter of Satan, but even so it’s unlikely he’s The One despite the attraction between them.Read more ›
What an intriguing premise i thought, however the intrigue didnt keep pace throughout the story.
Jess Damon aka Jezebel the succubus aka the devils daughter has been roped in to organise her mothers wedding to a high lord of hell so she can take over from her father and rule them all.
Jess has her own wedding business and there were lots of details chucked in that i didnt think were necessary to the story. The 2 gay brothers for example, purpose??
Along the way Jess has a romance with Cutter, a demon hunter, you can see where this is going right.
Do they make it ? Does the wedding happen? Read it and find out.
It is definitely not a book i would read again and i have passed it along to someone else as i dont believe any literature should be thrown away.
Will i read the sequel ? Not sure, there is an introduction to the next book at the back of this one, but i hope that the 2nd one has more substance, but then again, this is a chick read, i dont know how else to say it, a good romping yarn but will never be on a bestseller list.
Grab from the library.
So much, in fact, that she's renounced her seductive, demonic ways and is searching for a HEA of her own.
And then her mother hires her. The Devil is getting married, and only sinister, scary and huge will do. Tricky enough to pull off - and that's before a sexy demon hunter shows up. Now Jess' life is on a collision course with Hell in the worst possible way.
This book is great fun. Jess is the most unlikely demon - romantic, hates blood, devours sugar at an alarming rate - but she's a great wedding planner. And just because she's a reformed succubus, doesn't mean she doesn't still have a sexy thought or two. Particularly about Cutter Owens, the demon hunter who's got his sights set on the Devil bride.
Personally, I think Jess could have been forgiven for letting Cutter loose at the reception to take out as many of her relatives as possible. What a cast of hilariously awful characters, from the original fallen angel Grandfather, to her vicious aunts and the horde of terrible cousins. It's a wonder Jess doesn't kill herself during all the proceedings.
To be honest, with all the wedding and the family shenanigans, plus the dramas with her friends - oh, and the threats to her existence - the only weak point in this story are her encounters with Cutter. Compared to everything else that was going on, he was a bit boring, and felt almost like an afterthought. When he wasn't around, I didn't miss him.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had a preconceived idea about this book.I thought demon romance - tacky. How wrong could I be. Having Satan as your mum , well how can that be funny. Well it is !! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Loopielou
This book was a nice light read about a Jezebel Damon (THE succubus) living on earth, looking for her prince charming and her very own happy ever after. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
A good read, very different not sure what I was expecting, gruesome details, but enjoyable, cleverly dealt with. Second book looks just as good...Published 15 months ago by Dee
Found it hard to get into story lots of mentions of demons and only read 4 chapters and gave upPublished 16 months ago by Miriam Walsh
A good read from a different aspect then I am use to.
The main character is a wedding planner named Jezebel, a demon who's mother is Satan. Read more