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Lucinda, Darkly (Demon Princess Series #1)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Dark and lovely

If you enjoyed the Mona Lisa series by the same author then buy this book. If you didn't enjoy the Mona Lisa series then bypass... Easy read with charactors that you find yourself cheering for and reaching for book two. Warning:This book is not for anyone easily offe...
If you enjoyed the Mona Lisa series by the same author then buy this book. If you didn't enjoy the Mona Lisa series then bypass... Easy read with charactors that you find yourself cheering for and reaching for book two. Warning:This book is not for anyone easily offended (graphic violence and sex).

posted by livray on April 14, 2010

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5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

Proof that LKH Has Ruined The Genre

The author CLAIMS to be a former physician who gave up her practice to write. Did someone actually give up the joy of SAVING LIVES, the satisfaction of helping others, to write something this bad?

This is the worst kind of Mary-Sue Sex Heals Everything clap trap. Th...
The author CLAIMS to be a former physician who gave up her practice to write. Did someone actually give up the joy of SAVING LIVES, the satisfaction of helping others, to write something this bad?

This is the worst kind of Mary-Sue Sex Heals Everything clap trap. The main female character is a demon named Lucinda who hunts rogue demons instead of vampires. I think she had sex with every male character in the book in only 277 pages--and every time under some horrible danger that only Lust and Sex could save them from. And at the end, Lucinda pulls a complete Mary Sue and manages to turn into a dragon, which she hadn't figured out in over 600 years existence, just in time to save her many Boy-Toys from certain death, all of whom worship the poop on her shoes and only want to Serve her for all eternity.

If you like Anita Blake, you'll like this book. If you realize that LKH has ruined the entire Genre, that this character is just a theft of Anita Blake with a changed appearance, name and origin, and you're sick of Mary-Sue'isms, sick of men with no spine, sick of vampires with no bite that glitter like they're a 10 year old's Sparkly Barbie and Ken, and you're tired of bad writing....You have taste and wouldn't read this if someone paid you.

posted by Nivasi on August 7, 2010

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