Demon Envy- Erin Lynn
Being a teenager can be hell-especially when you're friends with someone who was born there.
Kenzie Sutcliffe woke up to another normal morning-until a demon popped up in her shower. While trying to get rid of a monster zit, she dropped her acne lotion in the tub. And when fifty bucks' worth of it swirled down the drain, it freed a demon from his prison portal. A mysteriously geeky-looking demon.
So now Kenzie is saddled with a creature who looks and acts like every other guy she knows-that is, annoying. At least Levi has a job-if you can call it that. He has to stir up envy and jealousy in humans, or he starves. All he's tempting Kenzie to do is to crawl back into her bedroom and hide there forever. Because no one is going to be coveting her life after this.
Demon Envy was...interesting.
I liked the plot, laughed a lot, and enjoyed Kenzie's sarcasm and wit; it was just funny.
Time to break this down: I did think that the main character (Kenzie) was a little bit whiny, but that's what made her funny. I didn't so much enjoy how Levi got dumped in her life (zit cream...in a shower...?) but he was pretty cool. I'm an excessive "Dude" user, so each time Levi said that, I smiled knowingly.
If you like books that are quick--less than 200 pages--then I really think you will like this. The ending doesn't really leave you hanging, but it definitely makes you want to pick up the sequel--Speed Demon. I give it 3/5, mostly because it was so funny.