Friday, May 18, 2012

Where There's Smoke (Good Girl 1) by Karen Kelley

Sexy wannabe-demon Destiny Carter is in Ft. Worth, Texas, with one week to corrupt a soul. Or else. She slips into a slinky red dress, and heads straight for the delicious, corruptible looking cowboy at the bar. But Chance Bellew has his own agenda-saving souls. He's not your typical angel-he likes drinking and sex way too much, and not necessarily in that order. And then he meets Destiny...

Reviewer: Fashionta
Destiny Carter got kicked out of hell and she needs to take a soul in less than a week or else.
Why the fuck had they tacked on “or else”? What were they going to do? Send her to hell?
Okay, shake it off. Getting kicked out was only a minor glitch.
As soon as she brought in one more soul, she would have everything she dreamed about.
No more pain, no sadness, a life of luxury even Donald Trump would envy.
What Destiny doesn’t know is that if she succeeds, she would burn in hell until there wasn’t one speck of anything human left inside her. However, the man she chooses, Chance Bellew, a nephilim, knows all of it. And he will do what he has to in order to save her soul. So she could be reborn.
He had to make Destiny want him so much that she would do anything to have him, including giving up her soul. He had a week— and one day— to do it.
Oh, yeah, he knew exactly what she was— a demon wannabe, and he knew her timeline.
In this war of seduction, Destiny’s soul is at stake. And everything gets a lot more complicated for her when LeAnn, a neighbor, starts to see her like a friend.
“Maybe it was fate that brought us together. We could be sisters. You know, pretend ones?”
When Destiny has to choose between taking LeAnn’s soul or being cast into the fires of hell, she makes sure her new friend meets a good man and has the opportunity of making real her dream; although that means the fires of hell for her.

Will Chase love her enough to trade his soul for hers?

Oh, God!!! It is a wonderful, amazing, outstanding, and delightful book! The story line is totally unique; it gives a new direction in the angel-demon thing. The characters are so sweet and real that you can't resist them. So 5 stars, it is a book you can't miss.

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Review Courtesy Of: NetGalley


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