Terrific read. I will admit I wasn't much into the last 2 books. Loved the first one but that was about it. I'm glad to see the series is coming back to what it used to be.
There's nothing more lovely than creativity...
This was seriously an original and distinctive read, one very different from all of those out there on the pnr-romance genre. That was what I loved the most about it. This is not a book about the usual vampire or werewolf. Be ready for weird demon species, witches, an oracle and more, much more.
To be able to fall in love with a presumptuous and conceited demon, you have to be a very interesting heroine. Grace (the Oracle) was definitely that. 23-year-old Gracie lost her sister in a terrible car crash that left her legs all scarred and barely working. She also ended with 2 young babies at her care and nobody to help her financially or give her any support. And if that hadn't been enough, she also had to become the Oracle, the only being on Earth capable of seeing past, perfect and future.
While she was trying to find a way to cope with all this, she meets this arrogant, self-assured Djinn. Khalil is a Prince of House Marid, the most powerful Demon house. Lucky for her he has a HUGE soft spot for young kids and once he comes across those 2 beautiful and defenseless babies he will promise to take care of them. And once a Djinn makes a promise he has no other option that to fulfill it.
And of course, once we get to know both characters better we see how non of them was what we thought. Our alluring Khalil wasn't an egocentric and uncaring demon, but a powerful and considerate man. And Grace isn't defenseless at all, she has a strong spirit and will do ANYTHING for those she loves.