Genevieve never knew this demon world existed. Now she just wants to survive it.
Genevieve Drake has never needed a man to come to her rescue. But that changes on the night of her twentieth birthday, when some guy almost chokes her to death in an alley behind a New Orleans Goth club. But then a hot stranger splits the guy in half, and rips a monster from inside, and incinerates it into ash…..
Who is her hunky rescuer? Non other than Jude Delacroix—Dominus Daemonum, The Master of Demons, and now her guardian, whether she likes it or not.
But she’s seriously Starting to like it.
Her would-be murderer turns out to be only the first of many more minions sent by demon prince, Danté, who has all kinds of lascivious and would be sadistic plans. Which then means when the formidably and beautiful Jude offers his protection, Genevieve definitely has no problem accepting it.
Then Jude and his fellow demon hunters tell her something important, She is a Vessel, one who is born to serve the Light, but she can be corrupted into a weapon of darkness. To survive this, she must trust a man whose unearthly bedroom eyes promise heaven…but whose powers unleash hell.
This book has a way about it, its so different to others and has such a quality of writing and words to it,that am sure allot of paranormal romance fans will certainly love
The characters in this book are almost poetic, where some are dark and sinister with a hint of sadist about them, and others like Genevieve are light but with a edge to her.
I loved the way Jude had such a huge protective streak it made the inner woman in me swoon after all we would all love our own night or hunter in armour to protect us,
Genevieve And Jude work so well together or as my little niece would say they well gel ( lol ) I found it fascinating to see there relationship develop in each chapter.
some of my favourite romantic parts from the book are.
“You are mine, Genevieve. And I will have you.”
“I will keep you close and warm, and you will be my light.”
“Mea luna in tenebris,” I whispered to my reflection. My moon in the darkness. And he was my guiding star.”
who couldn’t awe or get a bit soppy over these words which i no i did,
overall a very good book with a great standard of writing and character development..
This books intended audience is for adults
4 Out Of 5 Hearts From Cariad Books