Review: Personal Demon
Hope makes fast friends with the gang. In fact, she gets extra-friendly with one of the men, Jaz. But that budding relationship is short-lived, when Karl returns. The two of them are unable to fight their feelings any longer and they finally become a couple. In the meantime, members of the gang start disappearing and dying. And the threat extends itself to members of the Cortez family, forcing Lucas into a role in the cabal that he has spent his life avoiding.
The big reveal behind the mystery was quite a surprise... and making it an even greater feat, it still made sense and worked inside the confines of pre-existing world-building. Kudos to Kelley Armstrong. There are some pretty substantial developments for Lucas and Paige, so this is a pretty important book. But it was missing something... maybe I just couldn't get invested enough in Hope. Almost 4 stars.
Personal Demonby Kelley ArmstrongRelease Date: March 5, 2008Publisher: Bantam Books