Tuesday, December 27, 2011

"Demon's Slave" by Danielle D. Smith


SERIES: Black Dog and Rebel Rose #3

PUBLISHER: Rebel Rose Publishing
GENRE: Erotica/Paranormal
SOURCE: Freebie
LINKS: Goodreads

Rose, Nephil daughter of a Warrior of Heaven, has betrayed her celestial heritage by falling for the guy from the wrong side of the tracks: Skriker, tattooed half-demon hunter, and the most irresistible chunk of hard meat that she has ever taken to her bed. Rose knows that there is no love in all of Creation more forbidden than that between an angel and a demon, and that knowledge has left her terribly fragmented, despite her passionate love for her Halfling bad boy. As Skriker's "Dirty 30" approaches, she will offer him the ultimate birthday gift: she will be his devoted sexual slave for three days and three nights, laying aside her angelic pride to fully commit to his pleasure (and hers) with every part of her being...and neither Heaven nor Hell will have any power to stop it.


The first time I read about Rose and Skriker was when the author contacted me to review "Coyote Night", and since I was so enchanted by this couple I couldn't resist "Demon's Slave"!

This book is all about sex and you think I'm here to complain? Please, I couldn't expect less from this couple! I loved every single scene, I just should have been bothered by Skriker and his constantly need to be reassured of the fact that Rose will never leave him or that she loves him, but truth is I LOVE him exactly for this! Don't get this wrong, he's a strong character but with a so lovely side that keeps you warm and sometimes leaves you a deep sadness that you would jump in the story just to confort him... Then yes, you'd want him to take you but for some reason I'm a little bit scared of Rose so, probably it would be better not to push this fantasy too far...

Is this an adult book? Absolutely. Is it full of strong, hard sex? Definitely. Why am I telling you this? Because I can't really stand people whom don't like this kind of books but keep buying them and then complain about the BDSM in it. Since they clearly can read, I doubt they can't see a Publisher's warning like: "This sordid tale contains graphic BDSM sex, including forceful oral and anal sex, bondage, blindfolding, slapping/spanking, nipple clamps, toe-curling dirty talk, hot wax, and crazy hardcore sex in a church." Now, I said something similar for a review of one of the books in the Anita Blake Vampire Hunter series, but I feel like I need to make this point once more:  it's a personal taste, you can like it or not, but if you don't why, WHY you keep reading these books? Just to have something to bi**h about? When you decide to read a book like this you already know what you're gonna find so, I don't get you guys, really. What I get is that Danielle has fab writing skills and I think her book is a great piece of Dark Erotica!

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