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Something Wicked Book Cover, written by Michelle Rowen
|Series||Living in Eden|
|Publication date||October 5, 2010|
Mass Market Paperback
|Preceded by||The Demon In Me|
|Followed by||That Old Black Magic|
Something Wicked is a novel written by Michelle Rowen. It is the second work in the Living in Eden series by this author. In this work, a demon named Darrak comes to reside in the body of a woman named Eden Riley. Darrak has some Incubus characteristics in his makeup, mainly that he tends to be a sex demon for the most part.
- Title: Something Wicked
- Author: Michelle Rowen
- Published By: Berkley
- Length: 368 Pages
- Format: eBook & Mass Market Paperback
- ASIN: B0042JSOK8
- ISBN-10: 042523746X
- ISBN-13: 978-0425237465
- Publishing Date: October 5, 2010
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Living in Eden isn't exactly heaven on earth...
Darrak, the demon inside of Eden Riley, is able to take physical shape during the day. And Eden wouldn't mind getting her hands on him-if it wasn't a threat to her immortal soul.
But while trying to rid themselves of the curse that binds them, they could get the distance they need...or each have their own private hell to pay.
Every woman has a sexy demon inside her just waiting to get out, but for Eden Riley it’s a little different. Her inner demon is named Darrak, and he’s been inhabiting bodies for the past 300 years. In the daytime, thanks to her special psychic energy, he’s able to take physical shape—a shape she wouldn’t mind getting her hands on, if it wasn’t a threat to her immortal soul…
Because of her possession, Eden now has uncontrollable black magic at her fingertips, and she and Darrak are trying to end the curse that binds them before the situation gets any worse. To do it, they’ll have to get tangled up with some unsavory characters from the underworld. When sparks and spells fly, they could get the distance they need…or each have their own private hell to pay.
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