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Cy Gets A Sex Demon (Sex Demon 101 prologue)

3.12 of 5 stars 3.12  ·  rating details  ·  34 ratings  ·  5 reviews
The job started just like any job...

Find heir to billionaire fortune, check. Bust up demon brothel sanctioned by the head boss person, no-problemo. Pissing off a well-positioned member of the fae court is all in a night’s work, but finding love with the office temp who just might know more than he’s letting on? That was an issue.

But once Cy finds love in just the one par
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Published November 2009 by Amber Allure
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Basically this story is about a freelance assassin/spy life basically doing his job which is sometimes and the sex demon is barely a part of the story. The ending was one of the few satisfying endings that I have read. Most of the characters are fae or part fae, but I think that most of their world is human. The world isn't really described, but I see some real potential with this author. It's hard to describe a fantasy world that the mc should be perfectly accustomed to when the story's in firs ...more
If it's was possible to vote -5 stars, I would have done it. In the M/M Romance Group, we have a topic named 'WTF Way to rip me out of the story!' Well, this book's a WTF is that???.

I was not even able to finish the first chapter! Completely incomprehensible. We're pull in the middle of a world that even the writer do not seems to understand. The writing's confuse me, a lot.
Jul 10, 2014 Seregil rated it 2 of 5 stars
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1.5 stars.... I didn't like it. I didn't really empathize with any character, the plot was often confusing, but mostly boring and just when it got to a point where it could have been interesting (moving in with a new boyfriend and his very own sex demon) the book ended. So, I'm surprised I even finished it.
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