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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2013

    Greiman rocks!

    Love her work

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  • Posted July 28, 2013

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    Shay is a new demon hunter with a special skill of foresight tha

    Shay is a new demon hunter with a special skill of foresight that she has never told anyone about and has seen Nic in her visions. She is sent to seduce and help kidnap Nic, a half demon half human and also Derek’s brother to see if he’s good or bad and get him to the Realm of Light. 

    Dominic (Nic) was taken and raised by Ben, Derek & Nic’s demon father, when Nic was 8. Nic has no memory of his childhood prior to 8years old. So when Nic is approached by the Realm of Light he is a little skeptical and his BS meter is running high. However, Nic cant get Shay out of his mind and sees her as “sex and sin wrapped up in a fully armed combat package, ready to kill.” 

    I liked this one a lot more than the first one. My most favorite part in the book that made me laugh out loud and my family turn and give me weird looks was when Nic was tied to a chair and told Shay he had to pee. That entire scene had me cracking up. 

    Overall, it was pretty good. The plot was more interesting than the last one and the characters seemed to have more depth. Nic and Shay are hot together but I wish there was more sex. Don’t get me wrong, the sex is great but the scenes are short and I just wanted more. This is really more of a 3.5 star read for me. 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 18, 2012

    3/18/12

    Fun 2nd book in series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2008

    Just Ok

    The first book was definitely better. I pretty much rushed through this book, it had a hard time holding my attention. The storyline was just not intese enough.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2007

    Demon Hunter Series

    This second book in the Demon Hunters series is as hot, suspenseful and action packed as the first book. I was hooked from the first page ~ after waiting rather impatiently to get my greedy little hands on this book in the first place ~ I limited my fluid intake and read the whole book in one sitting - all 417 pages. The members of the Ream of Light that we met and fell in love with in the first book are all back as they try to convince Derek's brother, Nic just who is friends are, and who they aren't - the Sons of Darkness. This book is fast paced with an engrossing storyline, interesting characters, vivid descriptions and erotic romance. Next summer can't come soon enough for the next book in the series, The Demon's Touch with Ryder and Angelique's story.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Campy and cute

    Realm of Light demon hunter Shay Pearson is assigned to take out demon Nic Diavolo. Her plan is to seduce the hunk until she has him caught in her lure so that she can bring him to his brother. On the other hand Nic is attracted to Shay so he plans to seduce her.-------------- However, Nic has some issues to deal with that he does not understand because he is unaware, unlike his sibling (see SURVIVING DEMON ISLAND) that his father was a demon, making him a half breed. When he comes under attack, Shay stays at his side helping him survive as she knows he is special to her. However, when she tells him the truth and what he believed about his family is a lie, he rejects her fantasy though he wonders what is happening to him.------------------ The sequel to the exhilarating campy SURVIVING DEMON ISLAND, HUNTING THE DEMON is as much fun as its paranormal predecessor. The story line is fast-paced and just over the top in zaniness so that readers will enjoy the latest battle in the war against the demons. Nic and Shay are a superb pairing as the heroine knows that a deadly foe is coming for the half demon she is confident against the adversary but unsure of how to deal with her new ¿partner¿. Fans of wild comic book like paranormal romantic suspense tales will enjoy this engaging encounter in which Shay¿s ¿demons¿ from her past stand in the way of love as much as the enemy does.------------- Harriet Klausner

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