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Demon's Caress

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 29, 2012

    Short and hot

    There's actually a story that surrounds this menage.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 26, 2013

    The story definitely grabs your attention from the very beginnin

    The story definitely grabs your attention from the very beginning as we catch up with Maron as she’s on the hunt.  Her former partner was reassigned, because she’d entered into a Triad bond, so now she’s been saddled with two new partners and she struggles to put some distance between herself and them so she’s not tempted to enter into that bond everyone’s hoping they’ll form.  Despite hot sex, she continuously tries to push them away, and it begins to cause problems in the field.

    My biggest problem with the story was that I just didn’t quite fully connect to all the details.  Her tragic past was sad, yes, but I still didn’t feel like it matched the level of fear and determination that she used to fight the bonding urge.  I could also tell that there was a deep bond between the characters, but I didn’t feel it as strongly as I knew I should’ve.  I can’t put my finger on why, maybe simply how quick everything happened (it all took place over maybe 24 hours or so).

    Despite the slightly shallow connection I personally made to the story, I did still connect to it and enjoy it.  It was a very hot story and the world was neat.  The fact that human’s automatically forget they were ever in the presence of demons is handy and who wouldn’t enjoy being able to shoot fire balls?  Maybe even a little lightning?  I liked the characters, but it was actually a secondary character that was probably my favorite, Samael (Maron’s boss).  For being a big bad upper demon, he likes to play matchmaker and has a sense of humor.  He and the world the author built were my favorite parts, not counting the sweaty sex of course, especially in the elevator

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  • Posted September 19, 2012

    This book by Crystal Jordan is HOT! Maron is the lucky demon off

    This book by Crystal Jordan is HOT! Maron is the lucky demon offered not just one, but TWO sexy demon guys to have and share. Maron, Raum, & Kobal are all demon hunters who are sent to suck the souls from truly evil humans. Her boss wants her to form a triad bond with these two hotties, to increase the power and make all three better hunters, but her past makes Maron very opposed to partnering, much less bonding, with males. Can Raum & Kobal convince her that bonding with them would only make things better for all. If you enjoy sexy paranormal erotic romances, especially with hot guys who enjoy each other as well as their female, you will love this short, scorching read. I know I am looking forward to more books in this series.

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