My Demon Saint
Shifting Reality, book two
Published October 18th 2010 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Would you like to play a game?
Saint is half human, half demon…all trouble. With his roommate Thomas mated to Margo, and Mac on one of those long, lonely, feeling-eternally-sorry-for-yourself vampire vacations, Saint is on his own and restless.
A lovesick shifter’s request to locate a woman isn’t exactly his idea of fun—he’s no matchmaker—but he agrees. And finds not only his quarry, but a whole lot more than he bargained for: a top player in his own online game that, until now, has somehow escaped his notice. A woman so tempting that when she touches the keyboard with her fingertips, he can feel it right down to his bones.
Housebound for the last few years due to an accident, Ume’s only distraction from the endless physical therapy sessions has been an online role-playing game. When she logs in this time, though, something is different. She finds herself lost in the game—literally—and falling for a mysterious warrior on her way to face the Demon King in his lair.
And that’s before it gets weird.
Warning: Explicit sex. One sexy, smart-mouthed demon, an adventure game, and more than a touch of kink. Sex online and then sex ONLINE. Spanking, silk ropes, a blindfold, one wild threesome between a Mystic, a Warrior and a Kitsune…and every online gamer’s dream come true.
This is one of those anticipated books that when you get a copy into your hand, you break out into the most awkward, youtube worthy dance of your life, because you are so.. freaking.. ecstatic!
Book one combined shifters with vlogging and reality shows. Book two? This baby takes a half-demon and weaves a virtual world much like Dungeons and Dragons. It's a computer game fittingly called Demon Saint which was created and constructed by Saint, who uses technology in a totally new way. His mind can literally surf the web. Brings on a whole new level of online roleplay, too.
This series is so fresh and creative and with characters like Mac, Thomas, and Saint boasting their wild personalities and perfected offhand remarks.. who can't enjoy it?
That said, I can't decide... 4 or 5 stars. The threesome (or 2.5some) may be it's only downfall for me. It's just not my slice of cake. But if it had to be there, then this one was the best it could have been. Does that make sense?
Oh hell. 4 out of 5 stars.
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