Claimed By The Demon (nocturne)
Publish date: October 1st 2013
Publisher: Mills & Boon Nocturne
Pages no: 207
Edition language: English
Series: Harlequin Nocturne (#169)
Entertaining read but it was kind of hard to follow. I didn't read the first in series so I'm going to in hopes of answering some questions I have. Very original idea but it could have been executed better.
Ok, I was in a book-reading mood. And the H at least, hadn't watched his brother go nuts while wielding the blade. Still, trying to marginalize it, deny it, etc... made him at cross-purposes with the blade. The h well, she can be excused for not realizing what she's wearing since it didn't actuall...
For this review and more visit my blogClaimed by the Demon was an interesting concept and I applaud the author for her originality and imagination, but for some reason this just didn’t really work for me. Plot wise Claimed by the Demon was very different from anything I have ever really read. It w...
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