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Demon Kissed (Blood Feud #2)

3.45 of 5 stars 3.45  ·  rating details  ·  31 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Demon slayer Bree Molina has always felt an attraction for fellow hunter Andras. She knew he was handsome and brave...but she's shocked to discover that Andras is a demon, too! That's just the first revelation Andras has in store for Bree. The demon world has put a price on her head--and the only way Andras can save Bree is by making her his mate....
ebook, 48 pages
Published May 1st 2010 by Silhouette Nocturne Bites (first published April 21st 2010)
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This one was a little rushed considering all that Bree learned about herself and how much her life changed in the 40 some odd pages. I would have thought that she would need more time to adjust.
Missy Ann
Damn novellas.

I liked the story but it suffered due to size constraints. I think this may have been set in the same world as the Crimson City books, at least that's what it reminded me of - which is good thing. If you read Demon Kissed and want more pick up Through a Crimson Veil (and the whole series for that matter, I really like Jewel's & Liu's contributions to the series too).

I really really like O'Shea, her Ravyn's Flight is wonderful and should be required reading, wait scratch that....more
3.5/5 (B-)

Ms O'Shea is one of my favorite author and so, this was a novella I've been wanting to read for a while :) While Demon Kissed was very short, it was still a satisfying story and romance. I liked both Bree and Andras and they had chemistry :) My only issue with Demon Kissed however is that it reminded me a lot of Through A Crimson Veil, one of Ms O'Shea earlier works. In this case, Bree is the reluctant demon who needs to embrace her nature to survive... Sounds familiar? That is the onl...more
I read this book within an hour or two. Demon Kissed needed to be longer and have more drama or action or something. It was straight forward and ended to quickly. I mean come on. Bree gave in too quickly to Andras. There was barely any resistance. I mean seriously. *Sigh* The book was an overall 3.5 stars. I was hoping it would have been a little better. I am kind of disappointed.
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Nationally bestselling author Patti O'Shea has won numerous awards for her writing and been nominated for many more. Her books have appeared on the Barnes & Noble, Waldenbooks, and Borders bestseller lists and have earned starred reviews in prestigious publications such as Booklist.
More about Patti O'Shea...
Through a Crimson Veil (Crimson City, #3) The Power of Two (2176, #4) Ravyn's Flight (Jarved Nine #1) In the Midnight Hour (Light Warriors, #1) Dark Awakening (A Crimson City Novella)

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