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Published by Loose Id Genres: MM, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa
Supposedly Sidney ‘Cypher/Cy’ MacKenzie was on desk duty, yet once more Cy is in a place where he prevents another apocalypse from happening. Even worse his car becomes collateral damage as a metal puddle on the highway. Honestly, what makes the whole thing totally stink – his sex demon August refused to pick him up and he was forced to call his Fae boyfriend Patrick for a ride. Cy had promised Patrick that he was done with stopping apocalypse events, he’s on desk duty at work. At least that’s what he’d been promised.
Of course it wasn’t so much the drive that Patrick minded, it was the fact that Cy put himself in danger, again. Trying to work out a deal to be released altogether from his contract seems insurmountable to the mostly human Cy, but Patrick is insistent. It is also exhausting trying to figure out what’s going on with his sex demon. Something important is going on, something is wrong. That’s not supposed to happen either. All in all Cypher is having a really bad week.
The Care and Feeding of Sex Demons is literally written crack cocaine. An off the chart crazy plotline, zany characters, and non- stop action that never ends. This is one wild ride. Author Angela Fiddler should be writing for an HBO special with her talent for snarky one liners and cutting commentary dialogue. The one negative here – Cypher’s story begins with chaos and never stops, the reader doesn’t get a chance to take a breath from the first page to the last. The Care and Feeding of Sex Demons is exhaustive, addictive entertainment. Warning, don’t eat or drink while reading to avoid choking or snorting out the nose from laughter.