Saturday, November 5, 2016

Alisa's Review: Death's Storm by Lia Davis


Published November 20th 2012 by Fated Desires Publishing, LLC

Technical genius and demi-goddess--aka Divinity--Khloe Bradenton relies on no one for help, and she definitely doesn’t need comfort from anyone other than her twin. After her parents died by the demons’ hands over two years ago, she has graciously stepped up to her place in the war between demons and witches. When a creature far more dangerous than the ones responsible for killing her parents claims he is her guardian, she is torn between her desires for the dark predator and the painful loss she has endured at the hands of her enemies.

One of the last death demons still in existence, Jagger has pledged his life to the Goddess Hecate. Charged with the guardianship over the Divinities, he is never to approach them, but to aid them from a distance. When the firestorm, Khloe, sacrifices herself to save her twin and best friend and becomes the prey, he has no chose but to reveal himself to her. He is taken by surprise when the need to claim her as his own emerges. A desire he has never felt before could be more dangerous than the demons out to destroy them.

I am not in love with this book, but it did have some great parts. 
This book had a few surprises. 
The characters are strong, and compatible.
But there is just something that does not reach out and grab me.
I can tell there is more to come, and I look forward to reading more about this story & characters.
This is NOT a stand-alone book, you really need to read in order to understand what is going on.
*I was given a copy in exchange for an honest review

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