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Released: May 20, 2008
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Immortals After Dark #6
This is the first demon book in the series. And you might know how I like demon horns 😉 And the infamous horn job! LOL
Cadeon is the sexy, funny and carefree demon we met in Wicked Deeds on a Winter’s Night. He has known that his mate is Holly for a while now, but she’s human, and he can’t claim her because she will not survive it. So he’s stayed away, but he’s constantly watched her.
Holly is a bit of a geek, has some difficulties dealing with real life, and has a huge case of OCD!!!!! It can get a bit frustrating while reading, but it also makes for some very funny moments. And there’s always the fact that Cadeon has to get her out of her buttoned-up shell.
And, oh, did I mention that she’s a virgin?!?!? But a very curious one at that??? And our sexy demon is not shy AT ALL to let her explore and satisfy her curiosity. *As my thoughts drift to that patch of blond hair trailing down and disappearing into his jeans*
Except now Holly is not human anymore, she is part Valkyrie, and she is the Vessel, a very important part of the Ascension. And everybody wants her because they want to get her pregnant. Her child will be a very important part of the battle.
We do get to see Nucking Futs Nix! As always I adore her! She’s so funny! And always on target even in her crazy ways. Always has a purpose. Rydstrom was also supposed to be part of this adventure, but “something” happens to him and he …. can’t make it! Oh boy… setting up the next book perfectly!
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