Title: Demon, Interrupted
A previously unpublished novella, Demon, Interrupted features characters from the best-selling Lakeland Witches paranormal trilogy.
Seeking peace and tranquility in the remote surroundings of Elemental Cottage, Demon Ferris instead encounters Elaine, a mysterious woman who appears to have suffered a dreadful death. Who is she, and why has Ferris appeared to her in the form of her husband? Ferris's desire for Elaine, and his need to put right the wrongs that were done to her, are all-consuming. As events threaten to destroy his sanity, can the witches of Elemental Coven bring him back from the brink?
Author: K.D. Grace
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: , Landscapes, The Tutor
Published: April 26, 2016
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance
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From the blurb, Demon, Interrupted sounded like it was going to be a really good book. I knew I was taking a chance reading this novella since it was part of a series I hadn’t read yet. But the blurb looked so good so I decided to give it a shot. Big mistake!
I’m so confused! There are so many other characters that I can’t keep up. I can’t keep straight who is a witch, demon, ghost or human. I also can’t determine who is a couple and find myself constantly going back to the blurbs to the previous titles just trying to puzzle it all together. I’ve restarted this book several times and I each time I’ve made it a bit further before having to back track again. About all I’ve been able to figure out is this: Ferris is a demon who encounters a mysterious woman Elaine, who I think is a ghost. She may or may not be a figment of his imagination or a hallucination. The witches are a very tight coven, almost family-like, and the way they recharge their energy is by having sex. There more to Ferris than what he knows but who, and what he, is the big mystery in this story. Honestly, beyond that I am at a loss.
I hate give a book a poor rating when in all honesty, had I read The Lakeland Witches, everything in Demon, Interrupted probably would have made more sense. If it wouldn’t had made more sense at least if I knew who all the other key players were that would probably had been helpful. I do not recommend reading this as a stand-alone. I feel very confident in my flame rating of 5, because trust me there is quite a bit of sex. But for now, this book is going into my DNF pile until I can read the previous titles.