For A Few Demons More by Kim Harrison

From Publishers Weekly

In bestseller Harrison’s fifth demon-kicking extravaganza to feature Rachel Morgan, the first in hardcover (after 2006’s A Fistful of Charms), the Cincinnati-based bounty hunter and spell caster still possesses “the focus,” a 5,000-year-old demon-crafted Were artifact. With the help of her pixie partner Jenks and Detective Glenn, Rachel must deal with demons, the elf Trent Kalamack and master vampire Piscary, who along with angry Weres, struggle for possession of the artifact. Meanwhile, a serial killer is on the loose and Rachel’s alpha werewolf pal, David Hue, becomes the prime suspect of the FIB (aka the human-run Federal Inderland Bureau). Action-packed and full of Rachel’s persistent erotic ruminations, this titillating tale includes a shocking finale that will leave fans panting for the next installment in the Hollows series.
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Review-
For a white magic witch Rachel is sure getting a smutty soul( by doing demon magic, which is black magic).  It always starts out so innocently like “Well, just one demon curse won’t hurt me.” but they do because the blackness that comes from them darkens the soul and one day you have to pay for all that blackness.
As always, I loved this book and have already started the next one.  Can’t wait.

Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris

From Booklist

The Louisiana town of Bon Temps—along with the rest of the world—is about to be rocked with some big supernatural news: like the vampires before them, the Were people—humans with the ability to change into animals—are about to reveal themselves to humanity. Psychic barmaid Sookie Stackhouse is apprehensive about the revelation, given the way some people in the small town revile anyone with extraordinary powers, including Sookie herself. While the initial announcement seems to go over smoothly with most people, tragedy strikes when Sookie’s brother Jason’s estranged wife, a werepanther, is found murdered and nailed up on a cross. Jason is the prime suspect, but Sookie has even bigger problems to deal with when she learns that a vicious fairy prince is determined to kill her. Darker and more ominous than earlier entries in the series, Harris’ latest raises the stakes (pun intended) for lovable heroine Sookie and comes up a winner. With HBO’s True Blood, a series based on Sookie’s adventures, renewed for a second season, expect demand for this latest gripping installment. –Kristine Huntley –This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
 
 
 
Review-
With Dead in the Family  released now I re-read Dead and Gone  to reaquaint my mind with the storyline.  I must say I found it more “bloody” this time around.  I guess I didn’t notice it so much the first time which was over a years ago.  Also there seemed to be too much going on all the time and I felt some scenes should have had more background.  Other than that I loved it again.