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Unholy Union

3.48  ·  Rating Details  ·  61 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Small town reporter Elaine Curtis thinks her dreams are coming true when she meets literary agent Ash Moday. Handsome, successful, eager to represent her and fulfill her every sensual fantasy, he seems too good to be true. What Elaine doesn’t know is Ash is actually the demon incubus Asmodeus, and every mortal woman he falls in love with dies or goes insane.

Published March 2011 by New Concepts Publishing
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Erin Dameron-Hill
Dec 29, 2011 Erin Dameron-Hill rated it it was amazing
A man of the cloth. A demon. Both are in love with the same woman. Who will win? When good and evil collide, expect chaos and heart-thumping action!

Elaine Curtis, our heroine, has been suffering for a while now. Not only can she not have children, but she went through a divorce, and even her passion, her writing, has been rejected time and again by publishers. It's enough to browbeat anyone! But she doesn't allow her torments to run her life! Instead, she finds herself running from something she
May 03, 2014 Christine rated it it was ok
I am a huge fan of St. John's "Clans of Kalquor" series, and wanted to give this stand-alone story a try. I was expecting to really like it....but somehow it just fell short. It has all the right ingredients: a demon, a priest, a writer, and a soul in peril. Tons of very hot sex. What's not to like?

The story's premise was so promising..but the execution was just...blah. None of the characters had much depth except Ash, but even he's mostly just a remorseless sex machine. You don't really get to
Carolyn F.
Jan 02, 2013 Carolyn F. rated it it was ok
Confusing book, you have a bad guy that does love one woman while killing others and it ends with him being heartbroken and we're supposed to feel sorry for him. I just didn't get it.
Shing Shang13
Aug 15, 2013 Shing Shang13 rated it did not like it
Doesn't hold a candle to her Clans of Kalquor series.
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Born in a small town on the coast of North Carolina to strict parents, Tracy St. John started out as a quiet, shy child. She was typical for her small town: studying hard for good grades, fishing with her dad on Saturdays and attending church on Sundays.

When adolescence kicked in, so did full-on rebellion. School, family and church fell by the wayside as Tracy partied too hard with the wrong peopl
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