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Hair to the Throne

(Pandemonium #3)

3.89  ·  Rating details ·  19 ratings  ·  5 reviews
F/F (cis/trans) dystopian fantasy friends-to-lovers. Long-lost childhood friends are reunited after being kidnapped to a demon prince's castle, where knowing who their true friends are makes the difference between escape and defeat.


The city of Flecton is ruled with an iron fist by Demon Prince Vehr, whose human citizens suffer under demonic enslavement and live in fear
Published July 8th 2017 by Less Than Three Press (first published July 3rd 2017)
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I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

Ok this was literally nothing like I was expecting! I was expecting a kind of ...I don't know, I guess Beauty and the Beast esque semi-erotica story where the main pairing was the hairdresser and the demon and I was going to put up with the inevitable Stockholm Syndrom-y-ness of it because I love monster ladies. BUT INSTEAD I got a super cute lesbian childhood friends overcoming evil story with a trans woman chara
☘Tara Sheehan☘
Jul 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
Meredith Katz has a real knack for making fantasy worlds seem very realistic and that talent has continued in her latest novel, 3rd in her series after The Cobbler’s Soleless Son and Behind Bars.

This being the 3rd in a series I feel it’s important you have read the first 2 so that you will have a better understanding of the world she’s built, its rules and character types. After all it is about a world where demons rule and humans are treated as slaves which isn’t something done regularly. The s
Dannica Zulestin
I really like Katz's characters and style, but I feel like there's always one or two things in her books that throw me off. Here, her style was in great form as always, and I loved Merle and Abeille (and Sestin, yessss, what a dude), and thought Prince Vehr was super scary. But I didn't really like how (view spoiler) ...more
C. Erani Kole
Aug 17, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: demons
*voluntarily and honestly reviewed the ARC I received from NetGalley*

Wow, this was pretty good. It's definitely unique with the drama going on for Merle and her friend, Abs. I liked the writing style, liked the way it was all set up. Merle was a character exactly described by her friend: acts without thinking, mouths off without thinking, loves without thinking... I enjoyed the little reunion between the two women and just pretty much how everything flowed. While I saw nothing wrong with this, I
I couldn’t get emotionally invested because I knew the whole plot from the beginning, and the characters weren’t special enough to make me care irrespective of knowing. - Matt

Out of the three books in this series, this is the one I’ve liked best, but I still had trouble focusing on it and engaging with the world. - Laura

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