|Kate O'Hara has been temping for months now, yet her latest job is something she doesn't wish on anybody -- not even her worst enemy. However, the sooner it helps her earn enough money to pay off her bills the better but when her boss thinks she's doing a good job maybe it won't be so easy for her to leave.
Thomas Kestrel is a very extraordinary man, especially since he's in the business of needing to find thirteen bad guys and kill them if he has any chance of getting his soul back. But the odds are against him, or so he thought until he enlists Kate's help. However, the deeper they dig the more trouble he drags Kate into.
The plot of this book was really interesting and quite eerie, especially since she was working with a bunch of demons and the work didn't exactly offer the best of situations for a single woman. This book was well-written and flowed well with its witty dialogue between the hero and heroine. The sex scenes were very heated between Kate and Thomas and showed the growing attraction these two experienced from the beginning. What I enjoyed about the heroine was her ability to adjust to the situation at hand knowing that the course of her life could change at any given time. Now as for the hero and what I liked about him was his ability to deal while under pressure. He made it look so easy at times, especially when Kate's life was in danger.
In conclusion, this book was a great read and one I would recommend to fans of this genre that have a fascination with demons and a heroine that will do things to help but that aren't necessarily good for her.