This weeks Friday Finds are :
Shadowfae by Erica Hayes
Publisher : St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN : 978-0312578008
Release Date : October 13, 2009
Series : Yes, #1
From Author's Page :
Live in hell.
In a city infested with psychotic fairies and run by sadistic vampire mafiosi, life as a soul-sucking succubus rarely involves lacy lingerie, hot guys or great sex.
Instead, Jade must spend her nights seducing gangsters and murderers, or simpering as a trophy girl for hell's minions.
So when she discovers a forbidden ritual that promises to break hell's thrall and set her free, she's got nothing to lose, even if it involves seducing the four most repellent souls in town.
But when you're cheating hell, there's always a catch...
Shadowglass by Erica Hayes
Publisher : St. Martin's Griff
ISBN : Unknown
Release Date : April, 2010
Series : Yes, #2
From Author's Page :
A seductive magic mirror, deep in a demon's lair.
A simple warning: don't stare at the glass.
A light-fingered fairy who can't resist.
For Ice, a compulsive fairy thief, life is a wild party of magical confidence scams. She's never cared for rules, so when she filches a demon's beguiling magic mirror, she can't resist a peek.
Malicious magic strikes, and Ice can no longer tell a lie. If she can't undo the spell, she'll have to turn respectable.
Two words: no way.
Publisher : Henry Holt and Co.
ISBN : 978-0805088809
Release Date : September 15, 2009
Series : Unknown
From Amazon :
Jessica may not have the warmest relationship with her mother, aspiring presidential candidate Margaret Hunsucker, but it still comes as a shock when she discovers that her mother has sold her to the devil. Will she have to spend eternity in hell with one of Satan’s minions, a demon named Brad? Brad takes pains to explain that they live in one of hell’s better neighborhoods, and he seems like a nice enough guy—but still! And things only get worse when Jessica learns the full extent of her mother’s evil plans. Can she and Brad come up with a plan to save the world?
These and other pressing questions are all answered in Marilyn Kaye’s delightfully satirical Demon Chick.