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Demonically Tempted (Frostbite) (edition 2012)

by Stacey Kennedy

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Our Review [By LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha Michelle L. Olson]:

If you peek back at my review for Supernaturally Kissed (FROSTBITE Book #1) you'll see how much I loved it. The follow-up did not disappoint. It's another knock out hit by Miss Kennedy!

I had a theory from the beginning of Supernaturally Kissed and I was glad to see that I was right. The storyline played itself out in the most delicious way at the end of Demonically Tempted, and it had me verbalizing my delight. I can't go into details though because I don't want to ruin it for anyone.

Tess is just beginning her new life as the newest member of the Memphis PD. In this installment, things get shaken up (and her confidences are tested) when the Cold Case they're investigating isn't coughing up any ghosts for Tess to interview and/or help. To make matters worse, while trying to help her with her gifts, the department brings in a medium who does little but irritate Tess and make her doubt herself and her relationship with Kipp even more.

Demonically Tempted has a bit more 'magic and mayhem' than Supernaturally Kissed did, and that was just fine by me. I loved every second of it, and devoured the book in 1 sitting, wishing only that there were more to be had.

There were some interesting character developments in Demonically Tempted as well. We got to see a more vulnerable side to the normally cocky and confident Kipp, and an insecure side to Tess that wasn't really there in Supernaturally Kissed where it was very evident that she didn't care what anyone thought when all was said and done.

In true Stacey Kennedy fashion the romance was hot and steamy, even if it was just 'ghost sex'. Maybe that made it even more hot and steamy!??

The storyline as a whole was fabulous. There were twists and turns, hurdles to overcome, beautifully placed antagonists, and even a few unlikely allies in places.

I simply adore this series and cannot wait to see what Stacey has in store for us in the next installment! ( )
  LITERALADDICTION | Apr 27, 2012 |
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Demonically Tempted (Frostbite #2) By Stacey Kennedy

If you’re reading my review, first thing I will say is you need to go purchase Supernaturally Kissed the first book in this series. Demonically Tempted is the second book in the Frostbite series and I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed reading these two books. Stacey Kennedy’s writing is superb, character descriptions are well written and the story flows extremely well. I went from Supernaturally Kissed and moved right into Demonically Tempted. I honestly cannot say enough about Stacey’s writing besides she is a fantastic author and I will continue to read her books.

Demonically Tempted continues off from where Supernaturally Kissed ends. Tess Jennings see’s ghosts, and not only has she realized she is supposed to help these ghost she somehow has managed to fall in love with one. It’s actually quite funny and I truly enjoyed Tess and Kipps relationship.

Tess gets a job working with the Memphis police department, and helps them solve cold cases, knowing Tess is not fully aware of her talents the police department brings in a medium who works with the F.B.I to help her understand her gifts. This story has suspense, missing ghosts, misunderstandings, romance and loss and did I mention a demon. It is quite the book and I cannot wait to read the next book in this series. I am hoping to become Stacey Kennedy’s newest stalker/maybe beta reader…super fan….lol….oh please I need the next book!

Oh and since I don’t want to write spoiler alerts I just have to say I loved the ending and was sort of prayed this was going to happen…great writing Stacey.
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  TanaT | Aug 7, 2013 |
Demonically Tempted picks up where Supernaturally Kissed left off. Tess is still in a relationship Kipp, a hot ghost of a Memphis cop. I'm sure you are wondering how a human can have a relationship with a ghost, much less a sexual relationship with one. Well let's just say that they have to be creative.

Tess's ability to see and speak with ghosts comes in handy when trying to solve murder cases. And after Tess helped the police department solve a case in the last book, she is now on the payroll working on cold cases.

But Tess doesn't know how she power works so the head of the department, Max, enlisted the help of a medium that works with the FBI. Enter Dane, the sexy medium that can be a totally jerk. Kipp is not happy about Dane showing up but he keeps reasons from Tess which leads her to think that he is jealous of him.

But through Dane, Tess learns there are more than just ghosts out there. Like witches and demons.

While I loved the first book in the series, Supernaturally Kissed, I found that it took me about halfway through Demonically Tempted to really get into it. I think it was that DT feels like a bridge book. We need to read it to help build up to the 3rd book in the series. I think the romance was a little lacking but since Tess and Kipp are together and is strong a couple. I don't believe that romance was the main focus for this installment. Also I was missed the presence of Tess's spunky friend but she makes an appearance late in the book.

I had a major prediction about things that was going on with Kipp in the first book and I got my answer in DT. Now I have no idea where Kennedy is going to take us next in Kipp's journey. But I'm excited to find out.

Over all Demonically Tempted is an enjoyable read and if you have not checked out this series you really should. It's written very well and has some great characters and has a promising future in the story line department. ( )
  Jennifer-Book-Nympho | Mar 29, 2013 |
Demonically Tempted picks up where Supernaturally Kissed left off. Tess is still in a relationship Kipp, a hot ghost of a Memphis cop. I'm sure you are wondering how a human can have a relationship with a ghost, much less a sexual relationship with one. Well let's just say that they have to be creative.

Tess's ability to see and speak with ghosts comes in handy when trying to solve murder cases. And after Tess helped the police department solve a case in the last book, she is now on the payroll working on cold cases.

But Tess doesn't know how she power works so the head of the department, Max, enlisted the help of a medium that works with the FBI. Enter Dane, the sexy medium that can be a totally jerk. Kipp is not happy about Dane showing up but he keeps reasons from Tess which leads her to think that he is jealous of him.

But through Dane, Tess learns there are more than just ghosts out there. Like witches and demons.

While I loved the first book in the series, Supernaturally Kissed, I found that it took me about halfway through Demonically Tempted to really get into it. I think it was that DT feels like a bridge book. We need to read it to help build up to the 3rd book in the series. I think the romance was a little lacking but since Tess and Kipp are together and is strong a couple. I don't believe that romance was the main focus for this installment. Also I was missed the presence of Tess's spunky friend but she makes an appearance late in the book.

I had a major prediction about things that was going on with Kipp in the first book and I got my answer in DT. Now I have no idea where Kennedy is going to take us next in Kipp's journey. But I'm excited to find out.

Over all Demonically Tempted is an enjoyable read and if you have not checked out this series you really should. It's written very well and has some great characters and has a promising future in the story line department. ( )
  Jennifer-Book-Nympho | Mar 29, 2013 |
Our Review [By LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha Michelle L. Olson]:

If you peek back at my review for Supernaturally Kissed (FROSTBITE Book #1) you'll see how much I loved it. The follow-up did not disappoint. It's another knock out hit by Miss Kennedy!

I had a theory from the beginning of Supernaturally Kissed and I was glad to see that I was right. The storyline played itself out in the most delicious way at the end of Demonically Tempted, and it had me verbalizing my delight. I can't go into details though because I don't want to ruin it for anyone.

Tess is just beginning her new life as the newest member of the Memphis PD. In this installment, things get shaken up (and her confidences are tested) when the Cold Case they're investigating isn't coughing up any ghosts for Tess to interview and/or help. To make matters worse, while trying to help her with her gifts, the department brings in a medium who does little but irritate Tess and make her doubt herself and her relationship with Kipp even more.

Demonically Tempted has a bit more 'magic and mayhem' than Supernaturally Kissed did, and that was just fine by me. I loved every second of it, and devoured the book in 1 sitting, wishing only that there were more to be had.

There were some interesting character developments in Demonically Tempted as well. We got to see a more vulnerable side to the normally cocky and confident Kipp, and an insecure side to Tess that wasn't really there in Supernaturally Kissed where it was very evident that she didn't care what anyone thought when all was said and done.

In true Stacey Kennedy fashion the romance was hot and steamy, even if it was just 'ghost sex'. Maybe that made it even more hot and steamy!??

The storyline as a whole was fabulous. There were twists and turns, hurdles to overcome, beautifully placed antagonists, and even a few unlikely allies in places.

I simply adore this series and cannot wait to see what Stacey has in store for us in the next installment! ( )
  LITERALADDICTION | Apr 27, 2012 |
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