The Devil's Due (Morgan Kingsley #3)
Trust me or die?
That's the choice Morgan Kingsley, exorcist, is given by the gorgeous rogue demon who's gotten inside her. The truth is, Morgan has dozens of reasons not to trust anyone, from the violence that torched her house and killed her father to a love life that's left her questioning her relationship with her erstwhile boyfriend,...more
As usual, Morgan's mouth needs an off button but several times she forced herself to s...more
I am giving this five stars, not because it's any better than the first two, but because it was just as good and this series has been so consistently entertaining and fun to read, I feel like it's earned it's way to 5 star status. I'll continue to give these books 5 stars unless they start to slip and disappoint.
Only two problems with this book: 1. Not enough Adam and Dom (though it would take a lot of Adam and Dom for me to think there...more
Oddly, I found this book in the romance section instead of SFF where I found the first two, but this book had a lot less romance than the others. I'm starting to like Brian more, but there's still something about him and his relationship with Morgan that's bothering me. I think it might be t...more
I get that she's supposed to be really tough and emotionally f*d up and really really scared of losing control but at this point I sort of...more
Black's exorcist series has been my guilty pleasure read for a quite a while. The Devil's Due is another solid entry into a world where demon's are among us and some humans willingly allow themselves to be possessed. It's hard to beat the crazy fabulous ending from the previous book, The Devil You Know, but Black comes close to it.
The constant battle of Morgan—our loud mouthed exorcist—and Lugh—the yummy demon king--has been the highlight of reading this series. This time around Lugh a...more
As Morgan digs deeper and realizes that the boy, a member of God's Wraith (the demon hate group), was actually a part of something else all together, and now, it's getting more personal. With thugs coming to beat her and warn her off a...more
The story: Morgan is approached by a distraught mother to investigate whether her son was coerced into becoming a demon host. Meanwhile, Lugh is planning on assembling...more
The plot was OK.
For an Exorcist, she really doesn't exorcise very much in the series. Altho in this book, she did more than in the first two.
I still wish she'd stop telling me she is such a badass, mean, cold bitch.
Also, Brian, grow a pair.
I have to be honest. I'm glad Brian's still around. The relationship is still shaky, but I'm still hoping for the best. I had a good laugh with the little phone call with Lugh and Brian. That should be interesting in other books!
It was good to know I wasn't the only one starting to get fed up with Morgan and h...more
Morgan still needs to work on dealing with her emotions. Her first reacti...more
Their God's Wrath son is suddenly possessed while the Brewsters are on vacation and they want Morgan to perform an illegal exorcism—Claudia Brewster "knows" that Tommy, as a member of God's Wrath, would never have agreed to being possessed. While Morgan refuses to do anything illegal, t...more
A lady named Claudia comes to Morgan asking her to perform an illegal exorcism on her son Tommy. She belives that he has been illegally possessed seeing as he was in the God's Wrath hate group only Ten days ago. This group hate demons and any person 'weak' enough to allow a demon to take his/her body. So how is Tommy now possessed? And worst of all, all the legal documents have been signed by him to say that he was very much a willing host?
I again lo...more
When Morgan is asked by Claudia to investigate the circumstances surrounding her son Tommy's decision to become a demon host she soon realises something isn't right. All of the paperwork is in order but something is very strange when some...more
Zu diesem Buch gibt es nur eine kurze Meinungsäußerung von mir, da es der 3. Teil einer Reihe ist und ich mit fast jedem Wort was ich zum Inhalt sagen würde, alles aus den Vorgängerbänden verraten würde. Diese Reihe ist allerdings so genial, dass ich niemanden, der die Reihe noch nicht kennt, den Genuss versauen möchte. Diese Reihe ist eine einzigartige und extrem gut geschriebene Urbanfantasy-Reihe. Es ist eine Schande, dass der Knaur Verlag nach 3 Bänden das Überse...more
De très bonne facture, ce tome se place parfaitement dans la lignée des précédents avec une intrigue propre à chaque tome le tout se plaçant dans un schéma bien plus vaste : La sauvegarde de Lugh et la restitution de son trône au royaume des démons.
Cette fois, Morgane se retrouve impliquée dans un cas étrange où une personne supposée ardente opposante aux droits des démons change subitement de bord et en quelques jours devi...more
Other than her personal drama, Morgan has a new case on her hands. A demon is possessing so...more
While the mystery itself doesn’t stan...more
I don’t want to tell you a lot of the story because it happens many in this book, again. Adam and Dom are part of this book again and they both are take care of the humor in this book. Raphael has a bigger part in the story and Morgan is confronted with a lot of situations she do...more
Once upon a time, she dreamed she would be the next Jane Goodall, camping in the bush making fabulous discoveries about primate behavior. Then, during her senior year at Duke, she did some actual research in the field and made this shocking discovery...more