Seduced by Shadows by Jessa Slade, reviewed by K. Bird Lincoln
Seduced by Shadows suprised me in how much I enjoyed the style of writing and characters despite some of the scene to scene action not quite making sense for me.
A counselor to the dying gets posessed by a demon (reformed demon called a teshuva), joins a group of demon-possessed guys fighting bad demons (called djinn), and finds new ways to destroy the bad guys through her bond with one of the hunky demon hunters.
The writing style was much more stream-of-consciousness then I'm used to in this genre of urban fantasy/paranormal romance. I quite enjoyed it, although sometimes it made the flow of the story slightly unclear.
I also enjoyed the emphasis on philosophical questions regarding death and dying and souls. The main character comes into the story with a lot of questions about death and evil and while those questions aren't exactly answered, the consideration of the questions, and how the main character ends up changing things by making friends with an "angel" posessed human, does bring interesting considerations into play.
I hadn't heard much about Jessa Slade, the author, before this, but she's now on my automatically request from Library list.