Review: Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario

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Review: Blood of the Demon by Rosalie Lario
Blood of the Demon
Book Info

Released: August 2, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Series: Demons of Infernum #1
Pages: 272

What would you do if you found out you were the key to causing the end of your world?

Keegan and his brothers are bounty hunters. No, they’re not like Dog the Bounty Hunter; they’re demon bounty hunters who travel between dimensions for their prey. Their latest assignment is to find and destroy the only human capable of a zombie apocalypse, Brynn. Only problem is, they aren’t the only ones looking for her, and if she falls into the wrong hands, it could mean the end of the world. All he has to do is bag and tag her, but that becomes one of his biggest problems since he can’t stop thinking about the woman he’s holding captive in his heart.

Brynn always knew she was different. With her ability to read memories from an inanimate object and her gift for sucking the energy out of you with a single touch, her life was considered…. safe. But when Keegan kidnaps her and her gift seems to malfunction, she starts to fear for her life. When she learns of her true identity and how important she is to saving her world, she does anything to save it as well as the man who captured not only her body, but her heart as well.

What will they do when they face their toughest decision, save the world, or save each other?

Blood of the Demon is filled with lust, love, action and steamy scenes in between. Would I have wanted more action? Just a little. Did I want to get more of Keegan and his world? Absolutely. And do I want to get more of Keegan’s brother, Taeg? Oh yea. But it didn’t matter because these hot demon brothers have me all kinds of interested in what they’re capable of.

*Review copy provided by publisher

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