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Call of the Siren: Demons of the Infernum (Demons of Infernum) Paperback – January 1, 2099
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Praise for Rosalie Lario:
"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
"The hot and wild fusion of demon, dragon, and desire had me burning through the pages!" - Jessa Slade, author of Vowed in Shadows
About the Author
Rosalie Lario practiced real estate law for several years before finally admitting to herself negotiating contracts wasn't nearly as fun as dreaming up stories. When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children in their home state of Florida, as well as searching out things that go bump in the night. You can learn more about Rosalie at her website at www.rosalielario.com.
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In this finale the dark fae who has been behind most plots after book #1 is about to have all his plans come to fruition and all he needs is the 4 brothers to complete his plans, too bad plans have a way of falling apart around these brothers.
The romance between Dagan and Lina which we saw a bit of in the last novel come to a scorching conclusion in this last story but the romance is just a part of the ending of the overarching story that has been part of this series.
We will see all the brothers in action and some of the other characters that have been part of this series all come together in the climatic conclusion of this series.
The fact that they brought back their nemesis father to add to their troubles is a good piece of closing the door on the series and it all works together exceptionally well.
The only reason I did not give it a 5 Star review was that between the 60-80% mark of this novel is got a bit slow and I scanned a bit to get back to the meat of the story (and missed nothing of any importance) so it would seem the book should/could have been shortened a bit with no loss of story since the ending was epic, plus it has a very nice epilogue that ties up a few loose ends and gives us a nice warm feeling.
4.3 Stars and rounded down for this last installment but I still consider this a 5 Star series overall and recommended reading.
I thought the pairing was interesting, demon/siren hybrid Dagen and angel hybrid Lina and the stumbling blocks to their relationship and the ways that they inspire each other to overcome their individual painful pasts added a nice dimension to the romance, which is jump started by the fact that they have been attracted to each other for a long time.
Coming in late to the game I don't know how the steam factor of this compares to the other books, since this story has to touch up with all the past pairs while trying off the evil plot in the background and deal with Dagan's deal old dad, what was here was just enough and fortunately the author avoided the 'explosive' smex scene that would have had made me very unhappy with the starting pair.
There were some slow spots to Call of the Demon but I would definitely consider reading Dagan's brothers' stories from the encore glimpses of them and their mates here.