Kissed By A Demon Spy: A Novella

Kissed By A Demon Spy: A Novella

by Sharon Kay

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BN ID: 2940150575295
Publisher: Sharon Kay
Publication date: 10/07/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,105,638
File size: 850 KB

About the Author

Sharon Kay writes award-winning fiction and can never get enough reading time. She loves winter and black coffee, and is endlessly inspired to write kick-ass heroines and the men strong enough to capture their hearts. Sharon lives in the Chicago area with her husband and son, and one weekend the idea for her Lash Watchers and tough leading ladies formed in her head, refusing to stay quiet until she put pen to paper. Her characters tend to keep her up at night, as they banter, fall in love, and slay endless varieties of power-hungry demons.
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Kissed By A Demon Spy: A Novella 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Jedivampsnfey More than 1 year ago
Great short story in the Solsti Sister series. Sexy demon becomes attracted to a woman who is returning home after being held as a slave for years. Both learning how to trust and love.
tigerlilly_liz More than 1 year ago
~ 5 Kissed By A Demon Spy ~ Kissed By A Demon Spy was an impressive novella in the Solsti Prophecy series. This novella covers Garnet’s story. She was a thrall slave who was featured in Wicked Waves where she helped Kai and Brooke escape from Draven’s compound in Stroehm. It picks up after Draven’s demise and can be read as a standalone. I have enjoyed the Solsti Prophecy. The world building is impressive, along with all the different demon species, and experiences each characters has. Some have lead peaceful lives while others, like Garnet, have been slaves or worse. It’s a wonderful mix of lifestyles. I was hopping to get Garnet’s tale, after she was featured in Wicked Waves. I liked her and her bravery for helping, even when she knows it could put her in danger. She’s a tough female, even after spending 172 years as a slave subjected to many horrific things, she still manages to find kindness and offer compassion. Having her son around, Dash, made her into a women worth reading about. I loved Aden. He’s a Deserati demon who’s settled in a peaceful village. He uses his scrying ability to spy on Vipers and thwart their attacks on peaceful villages in the realm. What I enjoyed the most about him was his extreme patience and sensuality. He was so great with Garnet and her son Dash. He never pushed her to talk or to do more then she was ready for. He was protective and did a great job building her up again. The chemistry between Aden and Garnet was sizzling. I absolutely enjoyed the slow burn. It was great seeing Garnet gain confidence and feel safe enough to give herself to Aden. I really liked how they took time to develop and grow as character also that they talked and shared their lives with each other. This novella didn’t leave me wanting for anything. It’s short, sexy and satisfying. If you like a touch of magic and paranormal, then you should give this novel and the Solsti Prophecy series a try.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ive loved all of your solsti books. Im so glad about garnet. Thanks for your imagination.
dsubsits More than 1 year ago
Kissed By A Demon Spy by Sharon Kay As a teen, Garnet was kidnapped and made a sex slave to Drant at Stroehm.  Now that she has been freed, she goes back to her village where she meets  Aden, the local innkeeper that has a secret life. It was nice to hear Garnet’s story after she helped Brooke and Kai’s escape in Book 2 of the Solsti Prophecy, Wicked Waves.  Kai sent some friends back to free Garnet in Kissed By A Demon Spy.  After everything that Garnet went through, she deserves a second chance.  She is a wonderful mother to her son, Dash.  She is brave and does what she believes is right.   I really liked Aden.  He is a spy and top scryer for the Deserati demons. He hires Garnet to work for him at the inn as a cook.  The two develop an attraction to one another.  Garnet is embarrassed of her past, and Aden is sensitive and able to get her past that.  Aden is a great role model and father figure for Dash.  He is a caring individual who complements Garnet.  I was happy that as, Garnet and Aden’s relationship grew, they learn to trust one another. Kissed By A Demon Spy has a wonderful plot with a lot of excitement.  Nothing is easy and a lot is worth fighting for. Sharon Kay wrote a remarkable story with a sensitive subject matter.  No one should have to be subjected into being a sex slave.  In Garnet’s case, she had a warranted happy ending.  Kissed By A Demon Spy in a heartwarming story that can be read as a stand-alone but is a perfect companion piece to Wicked Waves.        Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.  
MsRomanticReads More than 1 year ago
Kissed by a Demon Spy was a novella covering Garnet's story. Garnet was the thrall slave who had helped Kai and Brooke escape from Draven's compound in Stroehm in Wicked Waves. They had promised to come back for her, but Mathias (his story was Wicked Flames) volunteered along with Bianca. this story picks up after Draven's demise and can be read as a standalone. Although, like with any series, knowing the full back story enhances the overall reading experience. I absolutely love this series. The world building is fabulous and exciting. There are a lot of species and names to keep track of, but if you follow the series, remembering them all or distinguishing them isn't a hardship. I really liked Garnet. She wasn't a tough female character, but even after spending 172 years in captivity and subjected to many horrific things, she managed to offer kindness and compassion. On the surface, you would never have guessed she'd been to hell and back. I think having her son, Dash, made her into the woman I ended up reading about - used, abused, ruined (her words) but when the right man, or demon, came around, she didn't shy away from the feelings he stirred in her. Neither physically nor emotionally. I loved Aden. He was a Deserati demon who had settled in the peaceful village of Ivydale. He used his scryering abilities to spy on the Vipers and warn his brother Keegan about planned attacks on other villages in an effort to thwart them. As the attraction to Garnet deepened, he worried that his secret would force them apart. She'd already experienced so much violence, how could she want to be involved with someone whose job was dangerous? What made him especially lovable was his extreme patience and sensuality.  He never pushed Garnet to talk about her experiences, and he always let her set the pace of how far she wanted to take their intimacy. He was protective and did a great job of building her up again. As for their chemistry...I'll just say that the pans in the kitchen weren't the only things sizzling. I absolutely enjoyed the slow burn. It was so worth the wait to see Garnet gain more confidence and feel safe enough to give herself to him. That particular scene was incredibly romantic as it was scorching hot. They communicated well, and I appreciated that Garnet didn't try all that hard to keep her past from him. *Complimentary eARC provided by the author for the purpose of an honest review*