The Daemon Master's Wife

The Daemon Master's Wife

by Donna Mcdonald

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Overview

Looking for some humorous Science Fiction? You're going to love this spoofy action and adventure series!


Liam admits it. He messed up big time. Book 2 continues the story of estranged alien mates on the starship Liberator. Captain Liam Synar and PeaceKeeper Ania Looren are still trying to make peace with their turbulent pasts. 


Ambassador Ania Looren was content with how she had lived her very long life. If given the choice, she would have chosen death over becoming the Daemon of Synar's physical host. But compelled to save her life, her questionable mate, Captain Liam Synar, made the decision for her. Now she is fighting her own inner darkness as well the dark alien spirit she carries inside her. 


Liam wants Ania to love him again, but how can she? She's still struggling to forgive what he's done. 


***Just like in space opera TV shows, the characters in my Forced To Serve series reappear from book to book because they are crew members of the same spaceship. This funny series has lots of adventures and laughs. Book 1 (64,000 words) and Book 2 (110,000 words) together are the full story of Liam and Ania's adventure. Reading both books is recommended to get a full feel for this series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014278096
Publisher: Donna McDonald
Publication date: 03/24/2012
Series: Forced to Serve Series , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 324
Sales rank: 413,513
File size: 688 KB

About the Author

Donna McDonald published her first romance novel in March of 2011. Fifty plus novels later, she admits to living her own happily ever after as a full-time author. Her work spans several genres, such as contemporary romance, paranormal, and science fiction. Humor is the most common element across all her writing. Addicted to making readers laugh, she includes a good dose of romantic comedy in every book.

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The Demon Master's Wife 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The whole demon thing is imaginative and I am more interested in the story of how everyone evolves, including the demon, and discover who they really are and how their talents should be used, than in the repetitive descriptions of everyone's feelings. Plus, it ends up with inconsistencies in the descriptions of the characters. It is clear that love & sex drives the stories, but we don't need to be hit over the head with it over & over until it becomes cheesie romance. It makes the quality of the stories uneven. I think Dorian & Chiang are more interesting than Liam now, as he is not as developed a character. I would like to know more about how Liam is coping with being a demon master in the face of all the huge changes in his mate, the demon & his brother! What is in the training books? And now, how are they going to rescue Dorian & his mother?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In book 2 the romance became the main vehicle and any action took a far back seat. Which is a shame because the story world and characters are strong enough that they could have cake and eat it too! Im not abhorrent to romantic screnes,but there needs be a balance. So for me, this series ends but I wish the aithor best sucess! Dale M. Baranoski
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great Scifi romance.
gaele More than 1 year ago
AudioBook Review Stars  Overall: 4  Narration 4  Story  4  Picking up right where the first book left off, I think that the novella was able to present much of the background information that is integral to this story, without dragging down the pace and flow with too much information.  These books will not stand alone: you are well-served by reading them in order as only a nod is given to provide information from the first book.  Aria is dealing with her hosting of Malachi, yet Liam’s brother Conor is still a great threat.  In a secondary thread, Dorian and Gwen are still struggling with their on again off again relationship and attraction, it’s quite funny to see Dorian: an enlightened being totally and completely flummoxed by Gwen’s independence, sharp tongue and guarded heart.   It is interesting to note that even though things are rather curiously jumbled in the relationships, and the men are really no more able to understand their women’s needs, that the underlying conflicts are all really about communication and honesty with the couples.   But, Conor is providing a serious threat to all: wanting to claim Malachi for himself, and not all is well in the universe: Dorian is in trouble, and an ambassador that should have been working for peace is tied to Conor and determined to cause upheaval in Liam’s life.  Each story is treated with respect and pacing that fits the action, even as all of the subplots do circle back to revolve around Aria and Liam.  We also see a growth and development for Malachi, from demon with a very jaded approach and outlook toward the humans he encounters, he starts to see that he is also an integral cog in the works: and that there are those who will deal with him as a being worthy of acknowledgement, not just an unwanted tool.   If you are looking for pure sexy talk and erotic moments, the use of some strange phrasing keeps the steam levels down, even as reactions are described in detail, although the emotional components are well detailed and explained.   Narration is again provided by Allyson Johnson: she again does a nice job of bringing the characters to light with her use of changes in pitch and tone. Unfortunately, there were several sections where it took a moment for her to get into the voice that I had come to associate with a particular character, as well as obvious moments of ‘cutting in’ phrases that perhaps didn’t make the editing cut. There were several of these fluctuations in the production, and sadly they did pull me from the story for the moment until resolved.  Compared to the first book’s recording there were some misses here that I did not expect.  This has been a fun ride through these two stories: they are complex and rich with characters that are distinct and unique, even as they have traits that are all too human and familiar.  I’m curious about the next step in the series.  I received an AudioBook copy of the title via AudioBook Jukebox for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
gaele More than 1 year ago
AudioBook Review Stars  Overall: 4  Narration 4  Story  4  Picking up right where the first book left off, I think that the novella was able to present much of the background information that is integral to this story, without dragging down the pace and flow with too much information.  These books will not stand alone: you are well-served by reading them in order as only a nod is given to provide information from the first book.  Aria is dealing with her hosting of Malachi, yet Liam’s brother Conor is still a great threat.  In a secondary thread, Dorian and Gwen are still struggling with their on again off again relationship and attraction, it’s quite funny to see Dorian: an enlightened being totally and completely flummoxed by Gwen’s independence, sharp tongue and guarded heart.   It is interesting to note that even though things are rather curiously jumbled in the relationships, and the men are really no more able to understand their women’s needs, that the underlying conflicts are all really about communication and honesty with the couples.   But, Conor is providing a serious threat to all: wanting to claim Malachi for himself, and not all is well in the universe: Dorian is in trouble, and an ambassador that should have been working for peace is tied to Conor and determined to cause upheaval in Liam’s life.  Each story is treated with respect and pacing that fits the action, even as all of the subplots do circle back to revolve around Aria and Liam.  We also see a growth and development for Malachi, from demon with a very jaded approach and outlook toward the humans he encounters, he starts to see that he is also an integral cog in the works: and that there are those who will deal with him as a being worthy of acknowledgement, not just an unwanted tool.   If you are looking for pure sexy talk and erotic moments, the use of some strange phrasing keeps the steam levels down, even as reactions are described in detail, although the emotional components are well detailed and explained.   Narration is again provided by Allyson Johnson: she again does a nice job of bringing the characters to light with her use of changes in pitch and tone. Unfortunately, there were several sections where it took a moment for her to get into the voice that I had come to associate with a particular character, as well as obvious moments of ‘cutting in’ phrases that perhaps didn’t make the editing cut. There were several of these fluctuations in the production, and sadly they did pull me from the story for the moment until resolved.  Compared to the first book’s recording there were some misses here that I did not expect.  This has been a fun ride through these two stories: they are complex and rich with characters that are distinct and unique, even as they have traits that are all too human and familiar.  I’m curious about the next step in the series.  I received an AudioBook copy of the title via AudioBook Jukebox for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Started off exactly where book 1 ended author really glued the characters together and made the stories flow cannot wait to read book 3
2TNWalkers More than 1 year ago
Love the book I was more interested in the side characters of Dorian and Gwen. I found them more interesting than the main characters of Liam and Ania. So with that said cannot wait for Siren Song to come out however I like that through two books, she has keep all of the characters involved. I personally get fustrated with authors who will start a series and each book focuses on a different character but the drop the character from the previous books. If I like the book prior with those characters it drives me to get an entire series. Basically what main characters you start with in the first book keep them around in following books with equally air time.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago