Demon Bait [NOOK Book]

Overview

His mark could bind her forever—or finally set her free.

Children of the Undying, Book 1

Fifty years after a demon apocalypse devastated the world, summoners still bear the bulk of the blame. Marci lives in secret, hiding the gifts that could cost her a secure spot in one of humanity’s underground cities, and access to their virtual world. After all, her chances of avoiding the genetic-testing lotto are better...

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Demon Bait

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Overview

His mark could bind her forever—or finally set her free.

Children of the Undying, Book 1

Fifty years after a demon apocalypse devastated the world, summoners still bear the bulk of the blame. Marci lives in secret, hiding the gifts that could cost her a secure spot in one of humanity’s underground cities, and access to their virtual world. After all, her chances of avoiding the genetic-testing lotto are better than her chances of surviving topside.

The bastard son of a terrifying incubus, lust heats Gabe’s blood and sex fuels his magic. Innate charm and charisma help him navigate the cultural gap between the outcast town he calls home and the human settlements he infiltrates for trade. His latest mission nets him an unexpected asset—a summoner strong enough to soothe his darkest needs.

Trust a half demon, especially one who uses a lockdown to trap them together? Not in this lifetime. Yet Marci can’t resist Gabe’s offer to see her safely to a selective outcast settlement where she can live without fear. The journey alone is as dangerous as the way Gabe makes her heart race, but it could be her one hope of a real life.

If only she could be sure Gabe’s telling her the whole truth…

Warning: Contains a virtual world where humans flee to escape the demon-infested earth, a dangerously seductive half demon with sex magic to burn and a network-hacking summoner brave enough to make herself vulnerable to him.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781609285548
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 11/29/2011
  • Series: Children of the Undying , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 117
  • Sales rank: 217,754
  • File size: 748 KB

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  • Posted April 10, 2012

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    Great Intro to the Series!

    Clocking in at only around 100 pages, Demon Bait packs quite a bit of punch for what could be considered a relatively low word count. With a captivating universe where evil demons have taken over and the world’s human population has taken to the underground for protection, much of a person’s life is spent in virtual reality. Having blamed summoners for bringing down the scourge of demons, humans live in fear and prejudice against those who may carry demon or summoner blood.

    Marci was wonderful. She was a strong character without being snarky, and Gabe was alpha while still desperately trying to find a balance between his instincts and actual consideration for Marci.

    While I do of course wish there’d been a few more details of both the history of the demon/summoner relationship and of the realities of the world outside of the compounds, I still found this an incredibly satisfying read.

    As always, the love scenes are steamy without ever feeling gratuitous, and the ending was absolutely perfect.

    A delightfully solid 4.5/5 Stars, and I’m very much looking forward to reading the sequel.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2013

    Average and choppy

    Average and choppy storyline.

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