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Touch of the Angel (Demons of Infernum, #3)
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Poor Amara has gotten the short end of the stick in life. She is forced to use her succubi abilities to harm people and has almost nothing to call her own. She is basically a slave and has been abused repeatedly both emotionally and physically. She is a broken woman, who is always hoping salvation is just around the corner. When she meets Ronin, she wants him more than she has wanted anything else, but she does not dare hope for anything that wonderful to become a part of her world. My heart broke for Amara and the impossible situations she found herself in. She was definitely not a fighter like Maya from the last book, but she had a huge heart and she uses it to care for others in any way she can.
As for the romance, these books have always been steamy, but Touch of the Angel was white hot! I think Amara being a succubus might have had a little to do with it, haha. But Ronin was not exactly and angel (no pun intended) when it came to keeping his hands to himself. The two of them have an explosive connection right at the beginning of the book and the tension just heats up as the story goes along.Read more ›
With a notable decrease in baddies and a fear of being sent back to Infernum, Ronin is restless. Being around his two happily married and engaged brothers just makes him edgier, so Ronin is spending more and more time drinking away the hours in bars with his brother, Dagan. Until a beautiful woman catches his eye and perks his interest like nothing has been able to in months. One encounter with her however leads to near death, but despite that Ronin can't get her out of his mind. When him and his brothers are charged with tracking down a murdering incubus, Ronin and the woman's paths unexpectedly cross once more; and this time Ronin will not let her escape so easily again.
Amara sold her soul to the incubus Asmodus to protect her mother, and now must live as a sex slave in his keep, using her succubus powers to murder other supernatural so Asmodus can collect their powers. When Amara first meets Ronin, she knows he is good and tries to push him away, but being hungry and weak she can't withstand his advances for long and believes that she has killed him when she succumbs to her passions. Riddled with guilt Amara never expected to see Ronin again, but when he shows up with his brothers to abduct her it's far from the reunion she had hoped for.
Rosalie Lario's writing sizzles with this latest addition to her fresh new paranormal romance series, Demons of Infernum.Read more ›
I have said it before, and I will say it again...I absolutely adore this series. OMG, I love these brothers. I love the world and story that Rosalie has created around them. I just love everything about these books.
This book is about Ronin, the half angel/half demon brother (see, already you are intrigued, aren't you?) When he meets Amara, a succubus demon, she almost kills him, but that doesn't keep him from becoming completely obsessed and intrigued when he meets up with her again.
On her part, Amara is simply in an awful situation with no hope for escape. She is stuck doing what she has to do, which means sex with men to kill and drain them, at the whim of the man who has control of her life, Asmodeus.
This is another book filled with intrigue and suspense. At the heart of it all are these four brothers who are enforcers for the council. Beyond that, they are there to support each other's backs and work for the side of right. Two of the brothers have already found their mates, Blood of the Demon & Mark of the Sylph, but they are still working to keep things right in the world.
The story in this book really resonated with my angst-y loving soul because the relationship between Ronin and Amara is so impossible. If they have sex, he dies and she needs sex to live. They are in a huge Catch 22 with no happy ending in sight. There is DEFINITELY some conflict happening here and it creates for some amazing sexual chemistry and tension. And both of these characters have some emotional scars (have I mentioned before that I love angst??) Ronin especially has vowed to never love anyone again after his father tore him from his family at age 9. He has vowed never to put himself in a position where he can feel that kind of loss ever again.Read more ›
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I started with the first of this series and immediately bought the rest from this serious! I love it. Avid Sherrilyn Kenyon fan and this is pretty comparable to her writing. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K Bauer
This is a fantastic series. I love it!!! I only wish that there were more books. I couldn't put this down and when I did I had to call my BF and tell her to check it out.Published 17 months ago by elgato
Awesome story. I'm just glad it's not over. On to book 4!!!! The brothers keep getting better and better!! Thanks Rosalie for the journeyPublished 18 months ago by Mary Stiles
This book as well as the first two in the series, is well crafted,neatly tied up with all the details coming together for a not to be put down read. I cannot wait to begin #4!Published 19 months ago by Elva Gauchat
I love this series! I just love the brothers and the story is great. This is Ronin's story and we finally get to learn about his life before his father kidnapped him and brought... Read morePublished on March 9, 2014 by S. Lacey
Another great addition to this series! Great characters, believable romance, great action, the continuation of the overall plot line flowed smoothly from the last book to this one. Read morePublished on January 9, 2014 by Angie