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“This thrilling new series mixes danger with demons and romance with rocket-paced action! I can’t wait for the next one.” — Alyssa Day, New York Times bestselling author

“BLOOD OF THE DEMON grabs hold of you from page one and doesn’t let go. It’s a wild and hot paranormal ride readers will love.” — National bestselling author Cynthia Eden

“The hot and wild fusion of demon, dragon, and desire had me burning through the pages!” ~ Jessa Slade, author of Vowed in Shadows

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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, interdimensional 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.

Praise for Blood of the Demon

“This thrilling new series mixes danger with demons and romance with rocket-paced action! I can’t wait for the next one.” ~ Alyssa Day, New York Times bestselling author

“BLOOD OF THE DEMON grabs hold of you from page one and doesn’t let go. It’s a wild and hot paranormal ride readers will love.” ~ National bestselling author Cynthia Eden

“The hot and wild fusion of demon, dragon, and desire had me burning through the pages!” ~ Jessa Slade, author of Vowed in Shadows

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Product Details

  • Series: Demons of Infernum (Book 1)
  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Select; Reprint edition (July 17, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 9781620610398
  • ISBN-13: 978-1620610398
  • ASIN: 1620610396
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 1 x 8.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #723,559 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Anna on August 4, 2012
Format: Paperback
I got a little frustrated when reading this book. It could have been a really great book and I even liked parts of it but the characters really got to me and at times I felt like I was reading things over and over again. The writing is ok, not the greatest in my opinion but it's good and the plot was very interesting but there was too much down time in there for me and a whole lot of information thrown at me at once. It just got boring and I kept thinking where is the action! I just couldn't connect with the characters or the story at all.

I have to say this, there are a lot of books out there that are so similar to this book but for some reason (in this book) it all just came across as off to me and it needs a mention that this particular story line has been used way too much for my taste. I can name so many other books that are SO similar, even the bad guy seemed familiar to me.

Now let me explain a little why I didn't like the characters. Keegan was a really big a*hole and his inner dialogue got real old real fast. How can you have sex with a woman while knowing you are definitely going to have to kill her? He says it over and over again. Ugh! Maybe I would feel differently if he had just gotten over it already and finally admitted his feelings but he didn't really until the end of the book so that really annoyed me. And then there is Brynn, who immediately came across as a doormat to me. One minute Keegan was about to rip her clothes off and the next he's locking her in a room. And she just let him, not to mention she let the brother's bully her too! Oh and 12 hours later(after being locked in her room), or however long it was, he's back and decides to take her out and suddenly she's happy and falling for him. I like instant love stories but this got ridiculous.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on December 4, 2011
Format: Paperback
I went into Blood of the Demon thinking I was really going to like it. It had all the ingredients of a good story: a smart, fun main character with an unrealized power, a sympathetic, brooding male counterpart, magic, faeries, and demons. You name it.
The storyline was great: Blood of the Demon is quick, witty and modern with humorous punchlines and characters. But for me, it still fell short. There's a lot of dialogue, which I love, and not a lot of info-dumping, which I also like. But I couldn't relate to the main character, and that's something that bothers me. Brynn is likeable and smart...and has a power that she knows how to use but doesn't understand. But when she gets kidnapped by Keegan "for her own safety," she takes it in stride and wants to...you know...do him. I found that pretty unbelievable, because who wants to make wild, passionate love to the guy who just clocked her out cold and is keeping her a virtual prisoner?
Speaking of sex, Blood of the Demon has a lot of it. I'm not a prude by any stretch of the imagination, but this felt almost like borderline erotica. You, as the reader, will be happily bumping along in the novel when BAM! the word "c*ck" is bandied about an awful lot, there's a heated scene, and then you're back to the story. I don't even smoke, and I felt like I needed a cigarette after reading some of those steamy scenes. It was as if the author placed "dirty" words throughout the novel in groups, just to have them. That just doesn't work for me; swearing in novels is fine with me, as long as it's used wisely and in context.
I was able to pick up on some things right away; others, such as an incident Brynn had when she was 11, we're not given a clue to until it just kind of comes up halfway through the book, and is almost as quickly dismissed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie G (Reviewer for Paranormal Haven) on August 8, 2011
Format: Paperback
Keegan and his brothers have been sent to earth to find and stop their demon father before he raises an army of the dead. In order to do this they'll need to locate a lost book and the last remaining decedent of it's creator. Once Brynn is found, an instant attraction if formed and Keegan may be forced to choose between the woman he cares for and the only chance to stop a madman from taking over all worlds.

Brynn Meyers has known she has special abilities since she was a young child but never understood where they came from. Keegan and his brothers finally shed light on its origins but not all news is good news. They also inform her that she's the key to figuring out how to make a zombie army using the Book of the Dead. Now she's on the run and trying to stay one step ahead of a demon, who happens to be Keegan's father, and his minions. I didn't care for Brynn at all. Her character was boring and too passive. Keegan would put her in a locked room or drag her from one place to another and she'd barely put up a fight or argue with him. I wanted her to have more of a backbone for what she is but it just wasn't there. She's an easily forgettable heroine.

Keegan and his brothers were abused by their father so his mission to stop him is personal. As he spends more time with Brynn, his priorities change from stopping his father to protecting Brynn at all costs. A lot of time is spent on him fighting his feelings for Brynn and I really didn't care for any of that because I was invested in the outcome of their relationship at all. I didn't feel any real emotional connection between them and even the scenes where they were physical lacked any real spark.

The relationship that I did love was the one Keegan had with his 3 half brothers.
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