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Inspector Adrian Philips keeps the peace between demons and humans in Avvar, a city not unlike Victorian London. To do his job, he's allowed his strength to be enhanced by demon technology, a choice that's cost him his wife, his family, and—some would say—his humanity. Rejected by both races, he hungers for a woman's touch.

Roxanne McAllister is an outcast, too: the illegit
Paperback, 311 pages
Published November 2nd 2004 by Berkley
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Shari Kay
Jun 06, 2016 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy
2.5 ✭

I'm not really sure how to characterize this book. It was a mishmash of historical and fantasy with a dash of steampunk/alien feel.

This was the first time I've ever read this author and I just don't think we are a good match. Her character's actions seem odd to me...the sex

The H was a bit of a beta, and apparently sex starved as he couldn't seem to think of much else but getting Roxie in bed. I found him weak willed throughout most of the book. He kept secrets and always for s
Aug 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I really loved this book. It hinges on the beautiful characterization of the hero, Adrian. He really yearns for a life with affection and family, but has given up hope it will never happen for him. Adrian was married, but his wife (who he didn't know well before they married) considered him a duty rather than a partner and a joy. He couldn't live like that for the rest of his life so he asked for a divorce. Since this book is set in a version of 19th century England, a gentleman's (even a lowly ...more
Amy  Brobst
Feb 13, 2009 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Paranormal romance fans
Recommended to Amy by: Laura Stamps
Shelves: 2015andbefore
This was my first book by Emma Holly and I thought it was great. I liked the paranormal element and I thought that the romance between Roxanne and Adrian was sweet. I liked that Roxanne had formed her own family by taking in the two orphan boys. The sex was pretty hot, but I wouldn’t categorize the book as erotica still. Will most likely read other books by Emma Holly.
Oct 11, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotica
I read this after reading the two reviews on SBTB. Sarah didn’t care for it and stopped halfway through. Candy enjoyed it but did have some reservations. And this confirms for me that I should be going by Candy’s reviews, not Sarah’s ‘cuase I have much the same opinion.

I liked this book. Big surprise, right? Alternate history (ish), paranormal (magic), historical, romance verging on erotica? It’s like Emma Holly writes for me specifically. For those of you too lazy to go click the SMTB summaries
Sep 01, 2009 rated it really liked it
When I picked up this book I had no idea it fell under the romance category. That is not a problem; but I was not prepared for the hot eroticism of the story. Emma Holly weaves a interesting world in early 20th century where demons and humans live together. The times are hard and the underclass struggle to survive, even children.

The main character is a single woman, Roxanne who is self made (unique in the times) and rather plain looking. It was nice to read about a character that was just avera
Jan 24, 2009 rated it it was amazing
#1 or #2 in Demon series (?) - from EH's site I thought this was #1 but ?

Beautifully written, this was a lovely and steamy romance. Set in a fantasy world much like Victorian England, demons inhabit part of the area.

I was so taken by with Adrian and Roxanne's romance and their lives, including the teenager and little boy Roxanne saved from the slums and had taken into her care as her own. Adrian is a human police officer, enhanced with certain demon powers which allow him to keep the peace betwe
Oct 17, 2007 rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: no one
Uneven. Choppy. Kept losing interest in it. I think I put it down about 4 times and it took me over a year to finish. Which is usually the kiss of death for me with a book... may have skimmed to the end to confirm the "mystery" and then just went back to fill in the gaps.

I'm thinking this author is one I should just quit trying to read...
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May 28, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was my first book by Emma Holly. The world in which she created for this book sort of resembled Victorian England, but with the addition of demons into the world with advanced technology, the added not quite steam punk feel/not exactly sci-fi was an interesting point of view.

The female lead character of the book, Roxanne McAllister, is an illegitimate daughter of a famous opera singer. She has no idea who her father is and after living a life where she pretty much had to take care of herse
Amarilli Settantatre
L’amore è una follia più dolce del vino.
L’amore è una lama arrugginita che lacera e non taglia. Dammi un amore umano come il primo pianto di un bambino.
Dammi l’amore, ti prego, o dammi la morte. (dalla Canzone del rohn pazzo d’amore)

Nel passato alternativo creato dalla Holly, un esploratore inglese, durante il regno della Regina Vittoria, ha scoperto casualmente il regno segreto degli Yama, sorta di alieni-demoni simili agli umani, con una civiltà tecnologicamente molto più evoluta. Gli Yama son
Jun 21, 2009 rated it it was amazing
In a country much like Victorian England spins a fascinating story of growing love and trust.

Roxanne McAllister has long lived alone. She broke early with her glamorous chanteuse mother to avoid travel around the world on her mothers tours. Roxanne has made herself a name as a painter and she is doing quite well.
One day on the way home she see two small kids shiver in a doorway. At a moment's inspiration she stops and open her home for the little guys. They grow together as a small family.

Apr 05, 2008 rated it liked it
I really wanted to like this book. The writing is good, the creativity is good, the sex/romantic scenes are very well written (Emma Holly is know for erotica - so this book is steamy), and this book came very highly recommended. I just couldn't get into it, though. I have a VERY strong preference for contemporary paranormal romance. This one is paranormal, but it's a hybrid of historical and the on-another-planet type of straight up fantasy. I had to force myself to finish it, but it was a good ...more
Oct 27, 2008 rated it liked it
3 stars for The Demon's Daughter by Emma Holly. It is actually the first book I have read by Emma Holly. This book has very mixed reviews on Goodreads, I was hesitant about it being my first but it was one of the only one's available at the library and since I didn't want to buy it not being sure I would like it, I decided to give it a try anyway.

I was very confused from the onset of the book, I didn't realize that they weren't exactly on Earth... at least I think they weren't on Earth? I'm sti
Nov 24, 2009 rated it it was ok
I had high hopes going into this one, believing it to be a steampunk romance. Unfortunately, it didn't live up to my expectations. I found the development of the relationship between the main characters to be rather thinly drawn, and it was full of cliched plot elements. The plot really seemed to exist to propel the two characters into bed together, which really isn't romance. Romance is the building of an emotional relationship, and sex can be an element of that relationship, but if the develop ...more
Apr 29, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: romance
I was very excited to read this book after having read Prince of Ice. I'm not sure if it's because it's the first book or if it's just the whole book itself, but the characters were not nearly developed enough. It's a romance, I expect lovey-dovey stuff - that's why I bought it. But I don't like mindless romance that's so love-at-first-sight. This was most definitely lust at first sight that was passed off as love. Suddenly they're saying "I love you" and what?

I also wasn't a big fan of the her
Cristina Contilli
"Non posso lasciarla in questo casino - ribatté Adrian e poi aggiunse: - Signore (...) -Avanti, assassina di demoni - le sussurrò affettuoso sui capelli."

Ho scelto una citazione "strana" me ne rendo conto, ma la parola "casino" pronunciata in una Londra vittoriana dove convivono umani e demoni mi ha fatto istintivamente sorridere... è vero che anche nei precedenti romanzi della Holly che ho letto avevo apprezzato la capacità di raccontare le fragilità dei vari personaggi, ma mi aveva fatto stacc
Jan 14, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: keepers
The Demon's Daughter loved the Victorian feel - and our hero who wanted a girl who was more enamored of him than her fainting couch.

Hot Spell (anthology)same world but not 'Victorian' in the way DD was

Prince of Ice not my favorite, sort of feudal Japan crossed with China's Forbidden City

Demon's Delight (anthology)Demon scientist is trying to develop the ability to 'upgrade' the body - again a piece of technology that will probably reappear should the characters of Demon's Fire get another book.
Apr 12, 2009 rated it liked it
Holly weaves an unusual tale here, a story set in an alternate Victorian England, where explorers have discovered nothing so mundane as the North Pole, but a northern kingdom of demons who can feed off the energy of humans (and become addicted to it). A mixed culture is established, along with the social stratification of Victorian mores and new demonic lines. The world is an interesting mix of turn of the century human advances with technologically superior alien technology.

Above all this is a
Apr 06, 2010 rated it it was ok
Shelves: pnr
This book wasn't that bad but wasn't that great either. My biggest complaint is the lack of information the author doesn't give the reader. I had a really hard time imagining the world she created. What time period is it suppose to be? By the end of the book I think I finally understood that it's suppose to be similar to the 19th Century with Demon technology that resembles the 21st Century. I also didn't understand the social ranks. I don't know why Roxie was considered lower than Adrian. The s ...more
Jul 18, 2008 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: paranormal erotica fans
I wish Emma Holly would write something other than porn. She's a very strong writer, but there's only so much you can do with Tab A and Slot B (or even several tabs, slots, and so on).

I'm also dismayed that she hopped right on the bandwagon and seems to be doing nothing but paranormal erotica lately. I suppose there's a readership for that, but it would sure be something to see Ms Holly stretch, as a writer. She has the mad skillz. (Which is why I made myself give this rehash TabA/SlotB three w
Shannon C.
Apr 20, 2010 rated it did not like it
I've read some of Emma Holly's other books, both the contemporary as well as historical romances, and most of them were pretty good. I'm a big fan of paranormal romance and urban fantasy, so when I saw Holly had moved over to my favorite genre I thought I'd give this a try. I was surprised how disappointed I was with this book. Didn't care for the leading man--the way he treated the gal. And the world building didn't appeal to me. The story was slow and didn't hold my interest. I got around half ...more
Marie-claude Perras
May 18, 2012 rated it really liked it
This is what I thought at the beginning:
Though the world she is creating has significant potential, the relationship between the characters does not feel sincere. It feels like a book by numbers from a romance standpoint. However, on the whole, the characters are extremely well fleshed out. This book could be amazing without as much of the romance.

But, at mid point, I have to say the book and the characters grow on you. I love the universe she created and I'm happy I read this book. I am impro
Mar 16, 2009 rated it liked it
Hummm...what to say about this book. Emma Holly was recommened to me by a friend. I couldn't find the recommended I read the one I could find. It was....just alright. Maybe if I had read others I could figure out the fantasy world she is trying to portray...but I struggled with it. The story was alright...when I wasn't trying to figure out where they were or how the world worked. Her writing isn't bad. The pacing was stilted in spots but all in all and okay book. I'll probably try anot ...more
Oct 04, 2008 rated it liked it
Shelves: paranormal
I categorized this as paranormal because half the characters are demons, but that's about as far as it goes. This is a weird world that Holly drops us into - with little or no explanation. Victorian England, but with half the population as demons? Ok.

I did like the main story line, but thought it concluded to quickly and neatly for my taste. I don't know if this one was a stand alone or part of a series, but if it has a sequel, I'm probably going to wait on reading it.

Not bad, but not great.
Sabrina (Soter) Sally
Questa volta la Holly per me ha fatto centro ^_^ sarà per il passaggio dai vampiri ai demoni, sarà una nuova maturità letteraria ma pur mantenendo le (numerose) scene di sesso che sono un suo marchio di fabbrica, stavolta l'autrice è riuscita anche a sviluppare una bella trama e a dare ai personaggi, primari e secondari, un pò di spessore! Sono contenta di averle dato un'altra opportunità, 4 stelline! =D
Vfields Don't touch my happy!
This had a good start. Inspector Adrian Philips has long felt on the outside. A human who has been "enhanced" by Yamish implants in order to police the rougher parts of town, he is feared by his coworkers and had been rejected by his ex-wife. After a fight leaves him wounded he finds himself in the care of the infamous artist. To be honest I didn't know what was going on most of the time. I enjoyed the characters but I kept rereading each chapter twice. Was this Steam-Punk?
as much as i'm a fan of miss holly's, i didnt really like this book. it wasnt the love scenes, they delivered the steam. The basic story line was nice too, but the rest of the plot was frustrating. it was just too much: mixed signals, odd back stories, double crosses, double standards, everyone talks but no one listens. It was like watching someone juggle with more balls than they can handle.
Carolyn F.
Dec 28, 2009 rated it really liked it
This was a really clever book with a storyline that was different from anything I've read recently which made it a little more interesting just for that fact. (I find a lot of repetition in vampire/shifter stories.) I really liked Roxanne the most. Loved her character. Adrian was also a good character but not as good as Roxanne's. I would recommend this book.
Sep 11, 2011 rated it it was ok
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Sep 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This was my first introduction to Ms Holly... O M G. Random book picked up at an airport newspaper shop, didn't put it down through the 2 connecting flights and half of the hell trip I had on the agenda. Promptly went online and ordered her previous writing and stalked them out of the local Borders and Walden stores.

Years later, I'm STILL following her writing like a crazed addict.
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