They say everyone has their inner demons, but in my case, I really do. Two hundred years ago, my mother summoned my inner monster. Since then, other than making me immortal, my demon has been trying to teach me murder, irresponsible lust, bloodthirsty violence, and the joys of total mayhem.
Meanwhile, I’m trying to instill in him the best of human characteristics: compassion, understanding, moderation - you get the idea.
Having an inner demon has made relationship issues challenging. Just ask my on again, off again hottie, the Beast Lord.
I’m trying really, really hard to be good for my demon’s sake. It’s not my fault I keep accidentally killing people.
This is definitely a series that needs to be listened to in order, this book won't make sense without reading book one first.
I love it when the second book in a series isn't a 'filler' book, and this one definitely isn't. I enjoyed this book more than the first book.
I did not like the Stafford in this book however, he needed a good kick up the arse for most of the book.
Poor Jan's life goes from worse to weirder in a cycle throughout the book and Stafford makes it so much harder than it needed to be.
Even for a fantasy book this book is very fantastical. I was very impressed with the world building and the character development. I can't wait for book three.
The narration is excellent, the character voices are distinct and there's lots of characters and the overall delivery did a fabulous job of conveying emotion and tension.
I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.
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