Review: Blood of the Demon (Demons of Infernum #1) by Rosalie Lario
Tasked with stopping their father from finding the Book of the Dead and taking over the human world, Keegan and his 3 half-demon brothers must keep that power out of their father's hands at any cost, even if it means eliminating the human heir to the spell - the only person alive who can cast it. Things aren't so simple though, after Keegan meets Brynn. How can he destroy something that has become so precious to him? Is he willing to forsake his brothers and his mission to save the life of the love he never thought he'd have? Rosalie Lario's Blood of the Demon is a GraveTells "must-read"!
November 29, 2011
ARC Review: Touch of the Angel (Demons of Infernum #3) by Rosalie Lario
A half-angel, half-demon ripped away from his family as a child, Ronin swore off all attachments so he'd never have to experience that kind of loss again. Now, after one devastating (and nearly deadly) night with the mysterious Amara, she's all he can think about. Amara, the most exquisite succubus enslaved to the conniving and power-hungry incubus Asmodeus, believes she has killed the only man who ever truly interested her, a worthy man with a family who loves him and a purpose for good in life. When Ronin and his brothers realize that his would-be killer isn't dead afterall, the race to save Amara from Asmodeus' clutches and to disrupt his nefarious plans is on. Steamy and [...]
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