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Demon Mistress (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #6)

4.14 of 5 stars 4.14  ·  rating details  ·  4,039 ratings  ·  126 reviews
We're the D'Artigo Sisters: Half-human, half-Faerie, we're savvy--and sexy--operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. But our mixed-blood heritage short-circuits our talents at all the wrong times. My sister Camille is a wicked-good witch whose magic is as unpredictable as the weather. My sister Delilah transforms into a tabby cat at the worst possible times. And ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 285 pages
Published June 2nd 2009 by Berkley
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Bu da bitti ve yine bayıldım. Menolly'nin anlatımı çok hoşuma gidiyor. Bu kitapta da kötü cinlerle uğraşıyorlar, farklı olarak aptal üniversite öğrencilerinin olduğu bir olay var burada. Ruh mührünü ise tamamen şans eseri buluyorlar. Kitaptaki yaratık bir Karsetii denen büyük bir mürekkep balığı gibi bir şey ve bizimkileri çok uğraştırıyor. Ayrıca Menolly ve Roz çifti de hoşuma gidenlerden biri. Kitabın sonuna doğru Trillian'ın döneceği haberi veriliyor ve bu yüzden bir sonraki kitabı feci bir ş ...more
Susan many books and so little time
Another book down...totally amazing!!! Onto the next...boy i love this book series!!!
Yolanda Sfetsos
This series is one of my favourites. You know the ones that feel like you're catching up with old friends every time you open the latest book in the series? The type that although you're absolutely itching to read, you try to put it off as long as you can because you don't want it to be over? Yeah, this series is like that for me. :)

I also love that the books are told in the POV of each sister. This one's the sixth book and happens to be narrated by Menolly. She's a vampire, and a very complex c
Don't ask me why I keep reading these. They are kind of a filler when I am out of 1st reads and can't find any thing else to get. But that is one stupid reason to spend money on something! Ah, well.

I really like the premise of the stories. I don't care for the delivery that well. I guess I would have to say that I do want to see what happens...if only I didn't have to read the "Whaaa????" (all those annoying pieces and inconsistencies that just boggles the mind) to get to the 'what happens'.
It's been a long time since I read Night Huntress, but it took me no more than a couple of pages to get back into the story and characters. The story continues fastpaced and entertaining as ever - with an exceedingly dangerous demon loose in town dropping bodies and honing in on Delilah, Supe and Fae women going missing and a secret fraternity dabbling in demon summoning and gang rape, the sisters and their growing group of lovers and allies have their work cut out for them. But it's not all jus ...more
İlk 5 kitabı okuyalı öyle çok olmuş ki hatırlamakta zorlandım bazı şeyleri, ama yazar hatırlatmalar yapmış kısa kısa onlarla durumu kurtardım. Sevdigim bir seridir Ayın Kız Kardeşleri serisi. Bol bol farklı türler var ve çoğunu akılda tutmak zor. Ama kitaplar kendini okutur ve akıcıdır. Ehh ne diyebilirsiniz o halde böylesine? Birşey demeye gerek yok, okuyalım yeter:) Menolly'nin hikayesi, bizim peri kız kardeşlerin kötü bir cinle uğraşmaları, (cin mürekkep balığı şeklinde ve ölmüyor bir türlü) ...more
Cindi (cheesygiraffe)
Received a autographed ARC from Yasmine today. Won on Moonstalker forum.

Best of the series yet! I loved it. I won't give anything away since it isn't out yet but in June pick up a copy!
Krystal Johnson
The long running story of the D'Artigo sisters has captured my attention. The sisters are each half fae and half human which makes their powers strong yet unpredictable. The eldest, Camille, is a witch whose powers sometime short circuit or backfire. Delilah, the middle sister, is a werecat with two forms. Delilah shifts uncontrollably when she's upset. The youngest, Menolly, was a former acrobat and spy before she was tortured and forcibly turned into a vampire. The sisters are all living earth ...more
Back to the vampire sister Menolly. She is sleeping with a female werepuma. Flirting with Roz who is a mercenary incubus cursed I think by Hera or Zeus. And flirting with Vanzir who is a dream chaser demon they sort of rescued from Karvanak and is now bound to them. Again lots of action. New demon general in town but they don't actually find her yet - just rumors. They are investigating the disappearance of the Fae who was in charge of the bar before they came to earth - Sabele.

Wilbur is the new
Demon Mistress is book 6 of the Otherworld series by Yasmine Galenorn of the D’Artigo sisters. The point of view focus of this book is Menolly’s, starting with discovering Sabele’s chest in Wayfarer Bar & Grill. Sabele ran the Wayfarer before Jocko and Menolly. This discovery initiates a sub-plot mystery and conflict which folded into the primary objectives of the series intriguingly.

Menolly’s character remarkably grows in this book, and so does her romantic episodes. Her strength and toughn
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Kathleen Burket
Demon Mistress, Book 6, is another excellent volume in the Sisters of the Moon series by Yasmine Galenorn. Told from the point-of-view of Menolly, youngest of the the D'Artigo sisters and a vampire. Menolly is still recovering from her torture, rape, and death at the hands of the Dredge, leader of the Elwing Blood Clan. She braided her hair after she returned home from experience at Dredge's hands and finally at the end of this volume decides, that maybe, it is time to unbraid her hair. This is ...more
Fangs for the Fantasy
Menolly steps back up as protagonist in this book as the sisters come across an old potential crime while burrowing through the storerooms of the Wayfarer. Tracking down a missing elf from years ago isn’t easy, but is complicated by a missing vampire, a posse of undead, a friendly neighbourhood necromancer and his wandering ghouls, a demonic frat house who get exactly what they deserve and a whole new force of demons who fight on the astral plane

It’s a lot to juggle and, of course, behind it all
Tammy K.
Every so often I forget why I stopped reading a series, and grab a book in a series without thinking.
That was the case with this book. I forced myself to finish reading the book, but it was a painful experience. Maybe that pain would remind me the next time I see the authors name.
One word sums up this book in a nutshell "Crass".
Imagine what you would want to be if you could be your own favorite paranormal character, Would you be a dethroned princess? Would you be unbelievably beautiful? Would
Ok so the sisters are delving deeper into the chaos that has unleashed with all the new portals, and do they fight some dosesys in this one. So yea Menolly & Nerissa decide to be exculsive to each other..YAY! But only in gender so they ca hae boys on the side since both of thier schedules are crazy and they aren't getting enough time together.So menolly & Roz DO get in on in this book, and of course hes awesome. But not only does she want Roz but also shes getting a thing for Vanzir! Ohh ...more
So I just finished the 6th book in the series about the D'Artigo sister and I was impressed as usual. Although I prefer the books that are from Camille's point of view, this installment from Menolly's POV was pretty good.

I liked the idea that instead of one supernatural big bad they were surprised and had to deal with human's who were truly evil instead. Showing that the threats were not just from Shadow Wing and his minions. Menolly and Roz were great, I was rooting for a hook-up. I've enjoyed
One of my ongoing themes for my reviews is that I've been mostly undecided as to what I ultimately think about the series. While I still have my doubts, I can say that for the most part I rather like this series overall and Demon Mistress highlights a lot of what I like and dislike about the novels as a whole.

What I do like is the continued openness and frankness that Galenorn applies to her characters' love lives. She's not afraid to have a bisexual character and she's not afraid to have Menol
Kathy Davie
Sixth in the Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon paranormal romance series revolving around the three D'Artigo sisters currently living Earthside in Seattle. The perspective is from Mennolly this time around with Roz and Vanzir pushing their own agendas with her.

My Take
It's hard to say whether this series is urban fantasy or paranormal romance. The focus changes with each story. One book might be primarily from Mennolly's perspective while the next might be from Camille's or Delilah's.

It certainly
Da ich bislang nur die ersten beiden Bände gelesen habe und die anderen Bände nicht kenne, möchte ich mir an dieser Stelle eine kleine Zusammenfassung sparen, da mir einfach das nötige Hintergrundwissen fehlt und ich unnötig spoilern möchte.

Mir hat das Buch sehr gut gefallen, vor allem weil es kein typischer dunkler Vampirroman ist, wie es sonst meistens der Fall ist.

Die Schwestern Menolly, Camille und Delilah sind wunderbar beschrieben und man kann sich gut in sie hineinversetzen, aber auch Eri
This is the 7th book in the Otherworld series and even though I cannot add Galenorn to my list of favorite authors yet, up until now all her books have been/are great ‘in-between’ reads (good to read while waiting for other books to be released). They keep my interest, have good characters, hot encounters, and decent action. The writing style is not quite as good as some other paranormal authors but good nonetheless.

The main sister in this book is Menolly, the half human, half Fae who was turned
These Yasmin Galenorn stories are a Guilty pleasure of mine. The church book group is not where I am going to recommend this one, LOL! But awkward subject matter and non-church-approved lifestyle choices aside, I really like these "urban fantasies" by Yasmine Galenorn. Why? For me it's all about the characters and what the take home message of a book is. All the other stuff is well, just stuff to me. These stories are about overcoming hardships, realizing one's worth and value is about how one l ...more
I suggest you read the previous five books in order before taking this book on (Witchling, Changeling, Darkling, Dragon Wytch and Night Huntress). Menolly is my favorite out of the sisters. She is tough, cynical and the least bratty. If you are a fan of the Otherworld series you won't be disappointed with this book. Menolly and the gang investigate the kidnapping of an elf women and a vampiress. Simultaneously, Chase has his hands full with unsupervised ghouls. A fraternity house full of amateur ...more
I love this series! Each new book expands the storyline, the characters and the worlds a little bit more.

The battle the sisters and their lovers/friends are fighting against Shadow Wing takes a backseat in this installment, as the matter of the disappearances and murders of Fae women are investigated by the D'Artigo sisters.

There are also unattended Ghouls running amok and causing trouble in Seattle, meaning a Necromancer is in residence somewhere.

As always Yasmine Galanorn does a fantastic job
Sherie Davis
Ok, I am still totally enjoying these books, but I'm going to vent about some of it anyway. First the way the characters prioritize is mind boggling. Spoiler warning! For example, they've got a number of individuals having their life energy fed on by an unspecified demon and they decide to delegate helping the people in mortal danger to others while they go interview Harish about Sabele. Now obviously the missing elf becomes a major part of the bad guy plot later on, but at this point in the sto ...more
Ana Mardoll
Demon Mistress / 978-1-101-05529-8

The sixth book in the Sisters of the Moon series, "Demon Mistress" continues the familiar point-of-view switch by settling back into the braids of the youngest D'Artigo sister, Menolly. I felt that Menolly's last book, "Darkling", was the best of the first three novels in the series, and I have nothing but good things to say about "Demon Mistress", particularly after the very slightly stale "middle-series" feel the earlier two books seemed to carry.

Menolly has a
This book was Okay, however, I must admit that I am still far from hooked on this series. I have managed to get through all the books in the series that I have bought, and I probably will just stop there. I noticed at the end of this book that there is another one either out already or coming soon called 'Bone Magic.' I don't think that I'll be reading that one, but if this was a series that you liked, then you should be on the lookout for it as well.

INFO: True to form, this book rotates back to
Jul 26, 2012 July rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of the Sisters of the Moon series
This book is part of a series. If you start here, you will be confused. Go check out Witchling if you're interested in exploring the world of the D'Artigo sisters.

* I went back over my ratings for some of the previous books in the series and it seems like Menolly's voice appeals to me the most. She's got a lot to deal with in her life, and she deals with it well. She acknowledges her problems/trauma but doesn't slip into brooding.
* The relationship between the sisters remains awesome and
I loved this story! But sadly, because I read it over a month ago I don't remember it too well (I'll just have to read it again, lol!) so this review will be short on details...

But I did love the story. In this one, the sisters were fighting a Karsetii demon and the humans who summoned her. The humans were dumb but strong but thankfully got the ending they deserved for working such evil.

The Karsetii was very creepy, which made for another fabulous Otherworld story. :)

And Wade is an ass. I was su
Ok... I'm going to stop the series right now. So disappointing!!! I already said it, Menolly is my least favorite character but now the whole characters turn out to be so uninteresting. Oh and the plot... Not at all developed, I could guess all the twist and "surprising" events...

Plus I got really tired with the whole "supernatural are always beautiful in whatever scene even covered in blood"... So annoying. Last book I would read in this series and probably of this author...
The D’Artigo Sisters are half-human and half-fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. They kill the ghouls and trolls that would otherwise kill the human population. Menolly, the middle sister who got turned and is now a vampire, starts cleaning the room upstairs from her bar with the intent to rent them out and increase the family income. During the cleaning, she finds a diary and a locket belonging to a prior owner of the bar who disappeared. Menoklly becomes convinced that Sabel ...more
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Yasmine Galenorn is the New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and USA Today bestselling author of the Otherworld Series (Sisters of the Moon), the Indigo Court Series, and the upcoming Fly By Night and Whisper Hollow Series. In the past, she also wrote two mystery series for Berkley Prime Crime (one under the pen name of India Ink) and eight nonfiction metaphysical books.

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Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon (1 - 10 of 23 books)
  • Witchling (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #1)
  • Changeling (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon, #2)
  • Darkling (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon #3)
  • Dragon Wytch (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon, #4)
  • Night Huntress (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon, #5)
  • Never After (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon, #6.5)
  • The Shadow of Mist (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon, #6.5)
  • Bone Magic (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon, #7)
  • Harvest Hunting (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon #8)
  • Blood Wyne (Otherworld / Sisters of the Moon, #9)
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