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Asmodeus: Demon of Lust, Parts 1-4 by Sara…
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Asmodeus: Demon of Lust, Parts 1-4

by Sara Humphreys

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Asmodeus, one of the Princes of Hell and the Demon of Lust whom we had originally met in Undone, is sent to Earth to reclaim the ring of Solomon when it becomes obvious it has resurfaced. Kai, who can read auras, is cleaning out the house her grandfather left her when she comes upon a sealed crate that contains pictures of her grandmother and a ring she assumes belonged to her grandmother and puts it on. Now she can’t remove it and both the demons and the fae want it, both believing different versions of a prophecy regarding it.

Just like the Amoveo series this split off from, Kai discovers she is not quite human and with the misunderstanding regarding both the prophecy as well as the harm Asmodeus believes he is doing to Kai, there is a great deal of heated sexual tension as the two perform the “I want you but I know it will not work” dance.

Demons, witches and the fae along with the history of why the three aren’t getting along is uncovered in this first book that matches up Custodians of the Light with the Brotherhood of Demons Asmodeus is part of.

The story seems to ramble for a time in the middle, but all of it is important and pulls together in the end. Plenty of humor and interesting characters, especially the couple du jour; both are strong, determined and Kai especially has no reservations about speaking her mind to those most would fear. ( )
  dearheart | Mar 17, 2015 |
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