Goodreads Keegan lives to exact revenge on the evil demon who sired and abused him. When his father devises a plan to bring on the apocalypse, he and his three half-brothers, interdimensional bounty hunters for the Elden Council, are charged with capturing and delivering their father for punishment. I went into Blood of the Demon thinking I was really going to like it. It had all the ingredients of a good story: a smart, fun main character with an unrealized power, a sympathetic, brooding male counterpart, magic, faeries, and demons. You name it. The storyline was great: Blood of the Demon is quick, witty and modern with humorous punchlines and characters.
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Rosalie Lario has four prominent male characters as her leads and each have different powers and past that I can tell will have their own story.
I enjoy series that introduce the characters, which will lead you into each book, thus making me excited for the next in the Demons of Infernum Series. This story follows a woman named Brynn who discovers that her heritage is connected to a very power book. Which brings bounty hunters sent by their council to capture her before a darker evil does, this evil wants to take over earth.
The bounty hunters are four brothers who are each half demon and half something else unique. Brynn was the typical tough female, who falls into a world that she never thought existed.
I felt that she took in the idea of demons, fae, zombies and so on a little too easily but otherwise she was a great lead. She is special not only because of her heritage but also she holds a unique power. I loved his personality, his relationship and protectiveness of not only Brynn but also his brothers. The chemistry with Brynn was hot and made me blush through most of the pages. Lario really knows how to make the reader squirm in her seat with the passion that her two leads shared.
Overall a good start to a new series, Lario writes and great plot that I felt held a lot of depth for the future books. The strongest parts in the story was the relationship with the brothers,. I enjoyed their bickering moments, the bonds each had, and the wide range of entertaining personalities. The main issue I had was Keegan fighting for his feelings about Brynn, it was dragged on a little too long for my liking. But none the less this is a great recommendation for paranormal romance fans.
Blood of the Demon
Review: Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario