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Lucinda, Dangerously (Demon Princess) [Kindle Edition]

Sunny
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Soon after returning to the world of the living with her two bondmates, demon princess Lucinda is kidnapped and imprisoned by her enemy, Derek. He brings her back to a hidden outland in Hell, a bleak and desolate landscape riddled with disfigured rejects. At first enraged by Lucinda?s new abilities, Derek soon realizes that he may have just stumbled upon a way to regain his power?and Lucinda?s new life is the sacrifice.






Product Details

  • File Size: 435 KB
  • Print Length: 287 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0425228983
  • Publisher: Berkley (October 6, 2009)
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002DW92WA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #474,485 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful! October 7, 2009
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Lucinda is a Demon Princess who's gained massive powers that no one has ever heard of before. Because of that, she's made new enemies but she's also made new life-long relationships. She has recently bonded to a Monére warrior and a creature from hell called flowers of darkness. They are literally all black and can travel through plants' roots and heal a person. Along with her lover, Stefan, his ward, Jonnie, and two bodyguards sent by her father, their little group just wants to make a new life together.

Unfortunately, soon after she's returned from hell, Lucinda is kidnapped and imprisoned by her biggest enemy, Derek, who's also a demon. He takes her to the outskirts of hell where only beings called the Bandits exist in the place. They are disfigured rejects living in a bleak and empty landscape with no salvation in sight. Derek's one goal is to regain his powers and he's willing to do anything - even sacrifice Lucinda to a horrible fate - to get them back.

Lucinda, Dangerously is the second book in the Demon Princess Series, following Lucinda, Darkly. Lucinda never thought she would end up with two bondmates, and a lover and now that she has them, she's determined to do anything to make sure they're safe and well cared for. However, she's never cared for someone else before and it's taking her a bit to get used to it. Even though the story is in mostly Lucinda's point of view, each character is nicely developed and it doesn't feel like it's just about her.

I felt that the story between Ruric, one of her bodyguards, and Mary, who's a blind human girl, sort of stole the story. I completely was fascinated with what was going on with them and I really wish their part had been longer. Not to say that Lucinda's own plot line wasn't great to read.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars complex erotic fantasy October 10, 2009
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Lucinda the demon dead princess has become the most powerful being ever since she and her companions left Hell to return to the realm of the living and the Monere Queens who fear nothing except perhaps her. However, while there are those who love and adulate her; there are also those who envy her. All Lucinda wants is a nice life with those she cherishes.

She has bond-mated with Monere warrior Stefan and his ward Jonnie, and is some never before known way also with Talon "the Flower of Darkness". Her two guards, Ruric and Hari are loyal though the former also feels protective of a blind human female. However, in this little Eden has come a demonic serpent. Her enemy Derek abducts her and takes her to the edge of Hell where only the only the deadliest survive with no hope because he believes sacrificing Lucinda will restore life to this dead demon.

The complex second Demon Princess erotic fantasy (see LUCINDA, DARKLY) is an exhilarating thriller due a super support cast (including Derek) who enhance understanding of the lead protagonist; ironically much of the exciting story line is told from her either the heroine's anguished or sexual perspective. The secondary subplots embellish the super prime segue as romance, sex and danger stalk the donkey-kicking heroine and her cohorts with Derek lurking. Sunny, as usual brightens up the day with her latest romantic urban fantasy.

Harriet Klausner
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Lucinda, Dangerously by Sunny
Paranormal Romance- October 6th, 2009
5 stars

I have been waiting impatiently for Sunny's latest book. And Lucinda, Dangerously was everything I thought it would be and plenty MORE!! Sunny has written a story that her fans will be sure to devour. It is both dark and refreshing. A flight of the imagination that captured my attention and kept me spellbound long after I finished the last page. This story builds enormously upon her fist book Lucinda Darkly. And although I think a new reader could read her latest book, I really believe to appreciate the depth of Lucinda Dangerously the first book in the series should be read first. (If not ALL of her books!?)

In this book Lucinda, the vindicated demon princess undergoes some disturbing changes that make her more vunerable/human, something she has not felt for over 600 hundred years when her life as Monere queen was cut short. Now she lives as the demon dead. She has no heart beat and while she is sentient she is not technically alive. In the prior book Lucinda discovered her true paternity and that she can shift into a powerful dragon. But as a rare dragon shifter her life is in danger. Therefore, her father the High Lord of Hell has assigned her his personal guard for protection. As she leaves hell she warns the Monere that a rogue demon named Derek has gone broken loose and is intent on mass slaughter. But before she can even settle down with her `mismatched extended' family, she is kidnapped by Derek and taken to a desolate land where nothing heals and her powers are diminished. Escape looks impossible and her death very probable.

This was an electrifying book. Although Sunny's book/s initial storyline may seem similar to Laurell K.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Without Passion July 6, 2010
By ara
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Alright, I read the first one 'Lucinda, Darkly' and was moderately pleased and interested in reading the next. Unfortunately I have come to find the same problems with Sunny as I have with many other writers at the moment- one "flawless" female and an abundance of potentially interesting male characters, all of which seem to either hate or love her, but can seem to agree that they all desire to screw her. In this book she brings in another female character who is, basically, a "human" blind version of her first character. And unfortunately, whatever potential the male characters have of being interesting, never develops since they are always being shuffled in and out of the story depending on the whims of that first female.

It's ridiculous, predictable, and boring. Yes, boring. Bloodshed and sex, the things that should have made for a fabulous read, but without passion.

The characters feel hollow, the story is a meandering slapped together event, the sex is random (because with Sunny, sex is the answer to everything) and dull. Dull sex. How dismal is that?

Though, I suppose if you're reading this review you've already read the first novel and thus will probably not be swayed from the second. If you do, and you happen to find yourself disappointed, you're not alone.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
3.0 out of 5 stars Lucinda, Dangerously - A bit of a let down
This is a continuation of Lucinda's story, from Lucinda Darkly. Unfortunately it was written a bit likely a partially fleshed out update list. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Erin Howse
5.0 out of 5 stars book
it was awsome i wish there were more of here books to read iwould diffently get them it was great book
Published 3 months ago by Diana Bailey
5.0 out of 5 stars very interesting read
Sunny captivates me with her writing. Her characters are full, lush, with flaws and weaknesses. You become involved with them, begin to see the story from the characters eyes. Read more
Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars Great book
It's a good book about demons. Has extremely graphic sexual experiences of the characters. Very vivid book. Would recommend it to 18+
Published 6 months ago by Amanda Murphy
5.0 out of 5 stars wow
This is a great "hot" book. I have reread several times. Love the whole concept. I sure hope the storyline will continue.
Published 13 months ago by Tracey LeSage
4.0 out of 5 stars Another Exciting Adventure
So Lucinda, Dangerously is book 2 in Sunny's Demon Princess series and I for one really really enjoyed it. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Danielle @ Coffee and Characters
1.0 out of 5 stars Better than Mona Lisa but still PLAGIARISM
Lucinda doesn't get kidnapped AS MUCH as Mona Lisa does, but kidnapping is still the central plot and it doesn't change the fact that the whole Monere... Read more
Published on December 15, 2011 by Blue
4.0 out of 5 stars Lucinda-A Must
Sunny is one of my top-five favorite authors. This series is a branch off of her Mona-Lisa series, and she does NOT disappoint. Read more
Published on May 18, 2010 by C. Caulder
5.0 out of 5 stars Dangerously Delicious!
I really enjoyed further adventures with Lucinda. She is quite a dynamic character. I can't wait to read the next installment!
Published on December 13, 2009 by KESHA HOEBBEL
5.0 out of 5 stars Lucinda,Dangerously (Demon Princess)
Sunny is an exceptional writer,her character Lucinda and her band of followers are so so interesting. Read more
Published on December 2, 2009 by WORDNUT
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More About the Author

A family practice physician and Vassar graduate, I was finally pushed into picking up my pen by the success of the rest of my family. Much to my amazement, I found that, by golly, I actually could write a book. And that it was much more fun than being a doctor. As an author, I have appeared on Geraldo at Large and CNBC.

When I'm not busy reading and writing, I'm editing my husband's books, New York Times bestselling author Da Chen, and being a happy stage mom for my young actor son, Michael Chen.

Mona Lisa's story continues in March 2011 with MONA LISA ECLIPSING. For contests, excerpts, and more information please visit my website at www.sunnyauthor.com.

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