Demon Angel (Guardian Series) [NOOK Book]

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All hell breaks loose in Meljean Brook's erotic, supernatural debut novel.

Lilith, a demon, has spent 2,000 years tempting men and guaranteeing their eventual damnation. That is, until she meets her greatest temptation: the man whose life mission has been to kill her.


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Overview

All hell breaks loose in Meljean Brook's erotic, supernatural debut novel.

Lilith, a demon, has spent 2,000 years tempting men and guaranteeing their eventual damnation. That is, until she meets her greatest temptation: the man whose life mission has been to kill her.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101568026
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 1/2/2007
  • Series: Guardian Series , #1
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 101,540
  • File size: 713 KB

Meet the Author

Meljean was raised in the middle of the woods, and hid under her blankets at night with fairy tales, comic books, and romances. She left the forest and went on a misguided tour through the world of accounting, banking, and a (very) brief teaching career before focusing on her first loves, reading and writing--and she realized that monsters, superheroes, and happily-ever-afters are easily found between the covers, as well as under them, so she set out to make her own.

Meljean lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and daughter.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A fascinating romantic fantasy

    In 1217 Hugh escorts Lady Isabel to the castle of her husband Baron Robert after both were away for two years to keep her safe. Hugh¿s mentor Sir George sends him in to check some activity near the Roman ruins There he sees the naked seneschal William Mandeville tied up by Lilith who will keep his identity secret in exchange for a future favor.----------------- Lilith pretends to be Isabel as she knows Hugh desires her. He instead offers her a bargain she accepts. Why look like a hag when she can be anyone. She replies it easier to hide as men only want young breasts. He kisses her in her hag form shocking Lilith. Later she watches Isabel come to Hugh who thinks she is Lilith. He kisses her as Robert and Mandeville arrive. Shocking Lilith he takes full responsibility for the incident, but Lilith intercedes just before he was to have his head cut off. Hugh becomes a guardian------------------ In 2007 San Francisco Hugh is no longer a guardian having voluntarily Fallen following his killing Lilith in 1991 Seattle. However, now he is involved in murders, Lucifer, and the return of his beloved Lilith.------------------- This a fascinating romantic fantasy with obvious religious overtones. The lead couple is a delightful pairing of star-crossed lovers while the war between the minions of heaven and hell is set up with several different enthralling spins beyond the typical religious dogma. Though the tale would have been better suited to eliminate the centuries between the opening encounter and the modern saga, sub-genre readers will appreciate this delightful saga.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 22, 2010

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    Lost!!!!!

    I lost interest in this book a quarter into the story! I love the charectors and the plot, but the stroy seemed to drag, I stopprd reading this book half way thru it (2 weeks later!)and put it away. I read hot spell and i liked her, I will try one more book, I believe every author has one bad book and let's hope it's just this one. Check out the other series I have read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2013

    Devlishly fun

    Read it in paperback and needed it in my nook library so I bought it again. great characters find an undeniable truth over a millenia of adventure. A professional liar meets her match with the guardian of truth.

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  • Posted November 12, 2009

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    Too long but good

    I enjoy reading it but it went on for too long.

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