Confessions of a Demon
After accidentally stealing the life force of a dying demon, Allay became the only human-demon hybrid in existence. Demons feed on human emotions, so Allay decided the safest way to satisfy this need-and still retain some semblance of her humanity-was to open a bar. Here she can drink from, and... show more
After accidentally stealing the life force of a dying demon, Allay became the only human-demon hybrid in existence. Demons feed on human emotions, so Allay decided the safest way to satisfy this need-and still retain some semblance of her humanity-was to open a bar. Here she can drink from, and ease, her patrons' pain, which has helped her to stay under the demon radar...until now. When Allay is attacked and nearly killed by another demon, a human comes to her rescue. Theo Ram is tall, handsome, and mortal-and Allay feels a connection to him she didn't think she'd ever know. But that bond is tested when the demon community in New York begins to rise up, and two opposing clans fight for power. Now Allay is caught in the middle, and she must decide where her loyalties lie.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2009-12-01
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Emma "Allay" Myers was human until she accidentally ingested a demon. Now she is struggling to retain her humanity but in order to survive she has to kill a demon. This is a really difficult thing for her to do and she let's it go until it is almost too late. I liked the complexity of this novel...
*Rating* 2.5 maybe 3*Genre* Urban Fantasy*Review*Confessions of a Demon is the first book in the Allay series by Susan Wright. The main protagonist is Emma Meyers aka Allay. Allay is a manager for a bar called Den on C in New York City (Manhattan). She has been in NYC for the last 10 years after acc...
I have to admit started off thoroughly confused for about the first 1/3 of the book due to the world building involved in the Demon Hierarchy to set up the story line for the reader in this new series. Once got past that though it was a good read with a totally different concept of demonology for me...
I put this book down after the first chapter. It started off way to slow and frankly, weird. To say I think a book is weird is weird in itself since I love the strange, out of the ordinary and more. I couldn't get into this book at the beginning. Nevertheless, I remembered that some of my favorite b...