Micah (Demons-In-Law Book 2) by Louisa Masters

Micah is book 2 in the Demons in Law series by author Louisa Masters. You can expect an absent minded Incubus and the demon who who can't help but fall for his adorably clumsy ways. 

From the blurb:

Wanted: Demon assistant for incubus genius. Personal services required…

Nobody ever expected to find a secret cave protected by a giant puzzle door in the mountains near our village. Even more surprising was the knowledge that it’s been there for thousands of years and was created by a dragon. I’m not the only one who’s dying to find out what’s inside.

It’s no hardship to assist the puzzle expert who’s coming to solve the door. That thing is an incredible feat of engineering, and the man who’ll solve it is bound to be intelligent and interesting. But from the moment I meet Camden Torrence, I’m forced to reassess… everything.

He’s intelligent and interesting, sure. But he’s also scattered. Clumsy. And I want to bury my face in his mop of curls and stay there forever.

A relationship wasn’t on my agenda, no matter what my matchmaking family wants. But as the weeks go by and we get closer to discovering what the secret treasure is, Cam becomes an integral, undeniable part of my life. How can I not fall for a man who, despite past hurts, is the living embodiment of sunshine in our snow-laden village?

I never thought the love of my life would turn out to be an adorable, absent-minded incubus, but now I can’t imagine existing without him. The challenge? Convincing him to stay even after the puzzle is solved.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

"I'm never letting you go now."

Micah is the second book in the Demons-In-Law spin-off series and I liked it just as much as book 1. Cam is absolutely adorable and I honestly wanted to wrap that man in a protective layer of bubble wrap like some previous acquaintances of his have suggested. It was so sweet how Micah just automatically started taking charge of protecting Cam from himself. The incubus may be absentminded, but he's also incredibly clutzy due to his spacey sense of self-awareness. I'm glad he had a full-time keeper in Micah because he totally needed one. I can't even count the number of times Micah saved him from walking into something or the number of bruises he ended up with at the end during the times Micah wasn't able to catch him before incident. He's just precious.

I enjoyed getting to know Micah better, too. He's smart, yet humble. He finds Cam's clumsiness endearing, which is a nice change from what most people feel in Cam's presence. Also, the fact that Cam is an incubus makes their steamy scenes quite the good time. Micah was no slouch in that department, either. It was cute the way they both worried how the other person was going to take knowing they were catching real feelings. Of course, that anxiety could have been avoided if they just talked to each other, but the way they went about it was way more entertaining in my opinion. Let's just say that Gideon once again gets roped into "feelings" talk and he is not a happy demon about it. Which now that I think about it, he is rarely a happy demon at all. Except when he's looking at Sam.

I enjoyed seeing cameos from some of our old friends, and I am also super intrigued by the next couple. Something is definitely up with Zac, which makes this the worst possible time for him to have everyone clamoring to find him a mate, including his terrifying grandmother. The fact that we know his mate is the dragon Ronan, Steffan's twin, is a bonus because let's just say these two do not like each other very much. Enemies to lovers for the win!

Rating: 5 Stars

Micah is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.