So I Married A Demon Slayer by Angie Fox

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In the lusty humidity of the Deep South, among the neon lights of Vegas, and the glitz of high-fashion, demon slayers are the new sexy. . .

Hot! By Kathy Love

At Hot! Magazine, the devil really does wear Prada. When the CEO is an actual demon and the mail room guys are undercover demon slayers, it's not beyond the realm of possibility for an up-and-coming photographer and a model possessed by much more than a sweet tooth to fall in love.

What Slays In Vegas by Angie Fox

When a sexy succubus comes up against a fearless demon slayer intent on killing her boss, a truly wild Vegas night turns into a quickie wedding. But in a city where anything goes, a demon slayer wedding a succubus is strictly forbidden. Which doesn't mean either is rushing to jump out of the marriage bed.

The Bride Wore Demon Dust by Lexi George

He's perfection in a tuxedo--more so out of it--and on a mission to protect his Alabama gal from the mysterious mayhem intent on her destruction. But the bride is a spunky steel magnolia with special powers of her own, determined to drop-kick evil forces across the state line and give her slayer a run for his money.

Praise for Angie Fox

"She has a genuine gift for creating dangerously hilarious drama."

--RT Book Reviews

Praise for Kathy Love

"Fangs for the Memories will make you laugh until milk comes out of your nose." --MaryJanice Davidson

Praise for Lexi George

"A not-to-be-missed Southern-fried, bawdy, hilarious romp." --Beverly Barton on Demon Hunting in Dixie
 

About Angie Fox

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Angie Fox is the New York Times bestselling author of books about demon slayers, werewolves and things that go bump in the night. She claims that researching her books can be just as much fun as writing them. In the name of fact-finding, Angie has ridden with Harley biker gangs, explored the tunnels underneath Hoover Dam and found an interesting recipe for Mamma Coalpot's Southern Skunk Surprise (she's still trying to get her courage up to try it). Visit her website at http://angiefox.wordpress.com/
 
Published August 30, 2011 by Kensington. 353 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Love, Fox, and George mix laughs and romance in this light paranormal anthology.

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