Jane's best friend Ally has sold her soul in exchange for popularityto a devil masquerading as a sophomore at St. Teresas! Now its up to Jane to put it all on the line to save her friend from this ponytail-wearing, cupcake-nibbling demon . . . without losing her own soul in the process.
"Although the subject matter would seem to fit the trash genre, Johnson writes with flair, intelligence and humor. Her characters are well-realized as she builds suspense as deftly as Stephen King." - Kirkus.
"With just a bit more editing, Devilish would be very well written ... But, sadly, this plot is also a little too farfetched, making the characters seem unbelievable and faded." - VOYA.
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I was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I decided to be born during a massive snowstorm. At the time, it seemed like a good idea. I am an only child, which means that I know how to play Candyland by myself.
I was always one of those reading and writing kids. After a little dalliance with astronomy (I had a glow in the dark star chart) and archeology (I had a little shovel), I declared my intention to become a writer at the age of eight or nine or so.
Even though I am not Catholic, I attended an all-girl Catholic prep high school. (This is the kind of thing that passes for a joke in my family.) Despite slightly gulag-like conditions, total lack of contact with the male sex, and minor mental scarring, high school was a pretty good experience for ...
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