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Demon's Daughter

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  • Posted March 26, 2013

    Well, well, well where has Altenburg been hiding? This book is a

    Well, well, well where has Altenburg been hiding? This book is a great little gem and although the half naked male does entice the eyes of those that are easily seduced by visual treats, it does not do this tale any justice at all.
    Although I am sure this has been ticked as an urban fantasy I would slot it more into the fantasy genre. It wasn't just the demon vs goddess theme though. It is written with a hint of dystopian sentiment with strong ties to supernatural and an aura of western.
    This wasn't just a rugged male meets amazingly beautiful female and their spark illuminates the universe kind of story. It was far more than that.
    Filled with intricate betrayals from the past and secrets from the present, it questions whether what we perceive to be evil is always exactly that. What if that which we think to be evil is also good at the same time?
    The main character is two sides of a coin and each side strives to be heard internally. Those that hunt her both fear and are drawn to her at the same time.
    One of the most intriquing characters is Scratch. He is without a doubt the one I have the most questions about. Why, who, what and where does he keep finding those items? I hope some of those questions are answered in a subsequent book.
    Although the last few pages seemed more of an afterthought and indeed were completely unnecessary to the story this was an absorbing read. So much so that I look forward to reading the sequel.
    I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley.

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  • Posted March 26, 2013

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    The goddesses have disappeared but one has left something very s

    The goddesses have disappeared but one has left something very special behind. Something, that might be able to save the world from the demons that are ravaging it.

    Airie has been raised as a priestess’s daughter with no idea of her lineage. As a half breed demon spawn, Airie has been kept away from the outside world for her protection. Both demon and man hate spawn and destroy them on sight but Airie is something much more.

    The surviving priestesses are corrupted by power and have aligned themselves with the demons. The high priestess hires a demon slayer named Hunter to retrieve Airie. 

    Hunter is told that Airie is demon spawn and must be delivered alive so she can be turned over to the demon lord. Hunter is unsure about turning any woman over to the demon lord. When he meets Airie his entire world perceptions are uprooted. All his concepts of spawn, good, and pure will be challenged. Can Hunter overcome his personal demons and see past her parentage?

    Airie truly was a magnificent and genuine character. Even with her ½ demon heritage she is true to herself, tender hearted and ultimately naïve in the ways of the world. I loved watching the gradual acceptance of Hunter, seeing Airie become a woman to protect from just “spawn”. The Demon’s Daughter was a fabulous start to what is sure to be a great series.

    I’m looking forward to Blade’s story!

    This ARC copy of The Demon's Daughter was given to me by Entangled Publishing, LLC - Entangled Select in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication on March 26, 2013.

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