Series: Demons of Infernum

Review: Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario

Posted August 19, 2011 by Sherri in Reviews / 1 Comment

Review: Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario
Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario
Series: Demons of Infernum #1
Genres: Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Published by Entangled Publishing on August 2011
Format: Ebook
Pages: 272
Source: Author

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Book Summary:
Keegan lives to exact revenge on the evil demon who sired and abused him. When his father devises a plan to bring on the apocalypse, he and his three half-brothers, inter-dimensional bounty hunters for the Elden Council, are charged with capturing and delivering their father for punishment.

Art gallery owner Brynn Meyers has no idea that her ability to read memories embedded in objects and drain people of their life force means she has demon ancestry. Unfortunately for Brynn, she's also the key to raising an ancient zombie army, which puts her on every demon's Most Wanted List.

And no one wants her more than Keegan's father.

Keegan must protect Brynn from his father by any means necessary, but he'll have to learn to harness the other half of his genetics-the far deadlier, uncontrollable half-when he starts to fall for the one woman standing between him and the vengeance he so desperately seeks. The one woman he'll never be able to resist.


Sherri’s Review::
What more could I want in a book; demons, the apocalypse, hunky bounty hunters and a conflicted hero that is torn between love and duty? All are elements I am instantly attracted to in a book. Also, the book cover, though subtle, attracted me. I like the combination of colors and the subtle flames of the red rising up to the cool blue of the lovers.

The story starts out quickly but then drags a bit through the introduction and story setup. Once that is through, the story pacing gets better as it heads towards it climatic ending. I enjoyed the romance between Brynn and Keegan. There is an instant attraction between the two characters that practically leaps off the page and then steadily heats up from there. Keegan does try to resist the attraction but ultimately gives it. Keegan?s reasons for his holdout are revealed as the story progresses and I did believe them I just thought he made a bit too much out of them.

Interwoven with the romance is a second storyline about an evil presence that is also pursuing Brynn. Involved in that storyline are Keegan?s brothers and just let me say they were the highlight of the book for me. I loved their characters and their abilities, as well as the storyline about how each has a different ability and why. The closeness between the brothers was a joy to read and I can?t wait to read the upcoming brothers stories (Mark of the Slyph is Taeg?s story and is due out in September 2011). Another intriguing secondary character is the villain in pursuit of Brynn. His goal is to rule the world(s) and he will not hesitate to use/kill Brynn to do it. His evilness is so bad it is good.

Blood of Demon is a great paranormal romance addition to any bookshelf and highly recommended for paranormal fans who are suckers for romance, demons and alpha males.