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Cambion's Law Kindle Edition
Lawyer. Demon. Lily Knight is both—half-human, half-succubus, and utterly dangerous.
Lily protects her secret and the safety of those around her by abstaining from the skin-to-skin contact that would grant her superhuman powers. An ambitious criminal prosecutor, she’s all work and no play, determined to prove herself in the courtroom to atone for the ex-lovers she’s left for dead in her past.
But after a fellow succubus turns up murdered and the police arrest an innocent man, Lily discovers evidence of a supernatural killer stalking the foggy San Francisco streets. And when human justice falls short, she launches an unsanctioned investigation to find the real culprit.
To stop the killer, she must embrace the full power of her heritage and risk the soul of the handsome suspect she can’t help but fall for. Can Lily face her true nature without losing her humanity—or will she become the monster she fears most of all?
If you love Richelle Mead, Lisa Edmonds, or Seanan McGuire, discover a paranormal mystery series complete with a fierce heroine that will have you begging for the next book!
- ASIN : B09JJ6Z3F7
- Publisher : City Owl Press (November 9, 2021)
- Publication date : November 9, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4391 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 371 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #103,816 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Cambion's Law was an entertaining read from start to finish, but my favorite thing (and what stood out the most) was the author's use of consent. Even though the kink in CL consisted mostly of only light bondage, the rules of consent and negotiation were abundantly clear and very, very sexy. This is no small feat in my opinion. I am a proponent of "consent is sexy" and "consent is key," but I don't always see authors use it well or make it sensual. I am so pleased to say that author Erin Fulmer did both with success.
It's also worth noting that I was so absorbed in this book that I finished in one day! Fulmer laid out some absolutely delicious breadcrumbs from plot point to plot point and while I had my theories on the culprit behind it all, I was never 100% sure until the reveal. Kudos to her for that! It kept me reading to see if I was right, and what juicy tidbit I'd learn next. It's exactly what I look for in the mystery of Urban Fantasy
If you're in it for the hot love interest, readers should know that Sebastian is super sexy (I imagined him as a Lewis Tan, since he's tall and lean and looks incredible in a suit). If you're into the bi/panic vibe, you'll love the rest of the characters. Danny is the MVP (you'll know when you read it).
Would absolutely recommend!
With an enthralling, easy-to-sink-into writing style, tightly-paced plot, and frequent humor, Cambion's Law is more than worth the time to read. I look forward to the sequel with great interest.
Cue me, on my couch as I told myself “just one more chapter” with demonically clever titles like “Hell of a Hashtag” and “You Wouldn’t Like Me When I’m Hungry,” sucked headlong into the suspenseful, imaginative and sexy world of Lily Knight as she confronts violent crimes, competing loyalties, and resurfacing ex-lovers against the equally scenic and spooky backdrop of present-day San Francisco.
Fulmer’s deep knowledge of the justice system and its limitations gives the plot the sure footing of a top-notch procedural while mortal terror nips at the protagonist’s heels, expanded and enhanced with original fantasy elements that will delight and satisfy any SFF reader. Lily Knight’s dual nature is never clearer than when she navigates all-too-human challenges like handling her alluring yet potentially toxic ex, getting properly caffeinated and keeping her cat Delilah “in the lifestyle to which she is accustomed.”
I hesitate to make reductive comparisons because Fulmer’s writing is spectacularly original, but as a fan of mystery/crime-solving classics like Law and Order, fantasy like Buffy/Angel, Lost Girl, Charlaine Harris and V.E. Schwab, I think other fans might feel the same.
Characters who are both human and human-adjacent leap off the page. Details emerge and coalesce to surprise, but not shock, the reader, because Fulmer’s been weaving everything together the whole time only to reveal the eventual whole in unexpected ways. This may be Fulmer’s debut novel but she’s already a seasoned writer with a well-defined style and voice.
There are both fantastical and very down-to-earth elements of Lily’s sexuality that as a queer woman I found refreshing and validating. Certain character relationships have simmering undercurrents of sexual tension without sexual identity (or a quest to define it, as much as I do appreciate those narratives also) taking center stage. Lily’s just living and going on her own journey through this story in many ways, of which sexuality forms only one part, and I appreciate that deeply as a take on contemporary queer life. The way that Lily values her friendship with Danny, a woman, echoes the way I think many women feel about female friendships – deeply, highly, at times above all else. Lily’s the hero of the story, and has the support of other characters (both male and female) as she stays firmly in charge. This makes me want to cheer.
I love supernatural romance stories that blend physical hunger and sex appeal, and Cambion’s Law delivers this too, keeping the reader guessing as half-succubus Lily locks eyes (and sometimes other parts) with both prey and rivals in courtrooms, luxury cars and masquerades.
This book was such a fun, smart, sexy ride and I loved it. Can’t wait for the next in the series. Highly recommend!