Demon Slave (Shadow Quest Book 2)

Demon Slave (Shadow Quest Book 2)

by Kiersten Fay

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BN ID: 2940014684095
Publisher: Kiersten Fay Productions
Publication date: 07/01/2012
Series: Shadow Quest , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 229,983
File size: 714 KB

About the Author

Kiersten Fay has been a fan of the paranormal all her life, from watching sci-fi and supernatural television shows with her eccentric mother, to reading almost every type of romance she can get her hands on.

Before becoming an author Kiersten worked as a ninja graphic designer, and while she loved it, her true passion was in writing paranormal romance. Currently Kiersten is working on her steamy romance series called Shadow Quest, based loosely on mythology and lore, with a little sci-fi thrown in.

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Demon Slave (Shadow Quest Book2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Halarie More than 1 year ago
Kiersten Faye does it again! Demon Slave is even better then Demon Possession witch I had given 10 stars out of five! Hurry kiersten I cant wait for #3. If you have not read this series i feel bad for you for missing out on a new , interesting, different, hot and fun adventure!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend! Great storytelling. Cannot wait for the rest of the series. Read it!! Best new author.
TishThawer More than 1 year ago
Another five stars for Kiersten Fay! I love Marik and Nadua's story! Hot demons, damsels in distress and detailed world-building, quickly makes this series addicting.  Onto book #3!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is on of the best books i have read and i love to read. I finshed it in one day staying up way to late. A must read.
fcheavenly More than 1 year ago
Overall rating: 5 This author did a stellar job of making sure a reader could experience every facet of this heart pounding tale! Reading became obsessive while following the ever changing relationship between Marik and Nadua. I actively wanted to shout at the characters for their blindness of heart. The turmoil between worlds, warring factions, devious relatives, lost souls, this tale truly reeks of action and excitement! This is book 2 of a greater saga, however it can be enjoyed on its own as well. Needless to say, you definitely will want to read all of this series! All of my reviews are always voluntarily written.
kellthekat More than 1 year ago
All in all, I think this is a great story, and part of an excellent series. I love the style, I love the storyline, and I really like the setting this time on a planet. I am definitely continuing this series! That being said, I did enjoy this book, though I have to say it wasn't as thrilling as the first in the series. I liked that this book was set on a planet, instead of a ship, as the first book was. Marik is a great character, but I was hoping there would be a bit more detail about his past, other than the parts shown to Nadua through her gift. Nadua was hard to like in the beginning. She wasn't able to be consistent, with either her choices or the way she acted. About halfway through, Nadua did eventually become a strong character that I enjoyed. Rex, another demon, and Ava, Queen of Undewla, are introduced to us in this book, and I now have hopes we can see a story or two of their own! Sonya and Ethan's story develops further in this book, and I like how every few chapters there was a "cutscene" where we get updated on their relationship, and the whereabouts of Anya and Sebastian.
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Can't wait to start the 3rd book. Fantastic series so far!
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Walks in her eyes flashing from black to red
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Why did you call me here?