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Demon's Fire

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2008

    It's good but...

    I didn't love it as much as 'Prince of Ice' which did a much better job of tying plot elements together. Here, Muto's motivations were pretty weak, and his actions rather stupid considering his reasons for them. The erotic scenes however are intense and partially compensate for the plot shortfalls, which is OK given that's the main draw. The story of Queen Tou was also a weak part of the plot and the ultimate explanation also rather insufficient. There are some good story elements but they are never really used well. I also wished her settings could be more easily tied to our reality rather than merely a tool to evoke imagery. There's a potential for a really great story hidden in here but it's the sex scenes that meet their goal best.

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  • Posted May 18, 2010

    Good book - STEAMY!

    I thought this book was good but definitely the most explicit in the series. It has m/m and m/m/f story line that some may not enjoy. I liked that we got to see what happened to three characters from previous books in the series. Prince Pahndir, Charles, and Beth all meet up and have some great adventures. Each of the characters are interesting to get to know in the story and are supported by a colorful cast of characters. Emma Holly has created a pretty amazing world with this series that I easily can imagine and enjoy getting lost in over and over.

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