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Because sometimes you have to fight fire with hellfire, there’s Caine Deathwalker: raised as a demon, armed like a gun merchant, and fuelled by booze. Nice is a dirty word and killing is what he does best. Make a contract with hell, and he could be on your side, God help you. Caine’s hired to recover a stolen fey artifact. With his combat butler, a werekitty entourage, and Because sometimes you have to fight fire with hellfire, there’s Caine Deathwalker: raised as a demon, armed like a gun merchant, and fuelled by booze. Nice is a dirty word and killing is what he does best. Make a contract with hell, and he could be on your side, God help you. Caine’s hired to recover a stolen fey artifact. With his combat butler, a werekitty entourage, and a hot, Vampire Slayer at his side, he invades Sacramento where a shadow war is raging for dominion of the City. Caine needs the stone of dreams to stop a master vampire’s behind-the-scenes maneuvering. Complicating his business, a green flame assassin—who is both woman and monster bear—just wants him dead. Ultimate Survival for the city hinges on a wereliger who doesn’t want to get involved. Well, Caine isn’t taking no for an answer. This book is intended for mature audiences.


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Because sometimes you have to fight fire with hellfire, there’s Caine Deathwalker: raised as a demon, armed like a gun merchant, and fuelled by booze. Nice is a dirty word and killing is what he does best. Make a contract with hell, and he could be on your side, God help you. Caine’s hired to recover a stolen fey artifact. With his combat butler, a werekitty entourage, and Because sometimes you have to fight fire with hellfire, there’s Caine Deathwalker: raised as a demon, armed like a gun merchant, and fuelled by booze. Nice is a dirty word and killing is what he does best. Make a contract with hell, and he could be on your side, God help you. Caine’s hired to recover a stolen fey artifact. With his combat butler, a werekitty entourage, and a hot, Vampire Slayer at his side, he invades Sacramento where a shadow war is raging for dominion of the City. Caine needs the stone of dreams to stop a master vampire’s behind-the-scenes maneuvering. Complicating his business, a green flame assassin—who is both woman and monster bear—just wants him dead. Ultimate Survival for the city hinges on a wereliger who doesn’t want to get involved. Well, Caine isn’t taking no for an answer. This book is intended for mature audiences.

30 review for Green Flame Assassin

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lena

    Caine Deathwalker is back bedding babes and bagging bad guys! Yes, he's still a sexist demon raised bastard, but the comments aren't as bad as the first book and the women in his life are powerful enough to keep up, throw down, and walk away. The story is of an interestingly convoluted paranormal power struggle in Sacramento. There is plenty of action as Caine goes for shotgun diplomacy. This is a fun boozy series. Caine Deathwalker is back bedding babes and bagging bad guys! Yes, he's still a sexist demon raised bastard, but the comments aren't as bad as the first book and the women in his life are powerful enough to keep up, throw down, and walk away. The story is of an interestingly convoluted paranormal power struggle in Sacramento. There is plenty of action as Caine goes for shotgun diplomacy. This is a fun boozy series.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angela Verdenius

    Guns? check. Fighting? check. Murder and mayhem? check. Demons and werewolves and werecats and wereligers? check. Slayers? check. Half dragon, wise-cracking, womanizing anti-hero? check check check! Fun, intriguing, and I'm off to read the next book in the series! Guns? check. Fighting? check. Murder and mayhem? check. Demons and werewolves and werecats and wereligers? check. Slayers? check. Half dragon, wise-cracking, womanizing anti-hero? check check check! Fun, intriguing, and I'm off to read the next book in the series!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Still tough going... This series really is difficult to deal with. On the one hand, the base story is well worth four stars, but the editing makes reading tough going. Book 2 is still littered with bad spelling and grammar, random punctuation marks, words and possibly whole sentences missing. I found myself having to re-read paragraphs to make sure I’d corrected the issues in the right manner. And the extreme misogyny still runs throughout. Time to leave this series behind for now...

  4. 4 out of 5

    Denise Main

    Good but... A fun tale with a 'hero' bearing a resemblance to a certain Mr Deadpool. Plenty of action, jokes and a complete irreverence for all sexes and species... although perhaps not for the fainthearted or those lacking a sense of humour. But, please, please Mr Author either get a new publisher, editor or proofreader, the typos, formatting, missing words and lack of care are really annoying and detract from a great story. Good but... A fun tale with a 'hero' bearing a resemblance to a certain Mr Deadpool. Plenty of action, jokes and a complete irreverence for all sexes and species... although perhaps not for the fainthearted or those lacking a sense of humour. But, please, please Mr Author either get a new publisher, editor or proofreader, the typos, formatting, missing words and lack of care are really annoying and detract from a great story.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Grant Merrifield

    Great Book 2 Decided to reread the series I really enjoy this series I enjoy the books a lot I enjoy visiting that world I reckon.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christi Taylor

    Grammar The story line was good but it was FULL of grammatical errors. Maybe someone should have proofread it before pub!ishing

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mark

    Good second entry into the Demon Lord series, Caine is still one BAMF as usual. Him and his harem go off to Sacramento to bring peace to the chaos that the city has become and to find a magical item. We also get some more story into Caine and...his ancestry if you will. I mean you can kind of guess what it is from the previous novel but it's nice to have it confirmed. Love how (view spoiler)[ Throughout both books he's been collecting jewels, loves his pure gold and has hordes magical items..and i Good second entry into the Demon Lord series, Caine is still one BAMF as usual. Him and his harem go off to Sacramento to bring peace to the chaos that the city has become and to find a magical item. We also get some more story into Caine and...his ancestry if you will. I mean you can kind of guess what it is from the previous novel but it's nice to have it confirmed. Love how (view spoiler)[ Throughout both books he's been collecting jewels, loves his pure gold and has hordes magical items..and is very possessive of all of it. Does this sound like any kind of mythical creature that loves all these things? Yes. Dragons. (hide spoiler)] I will add this to my list of reads as I'd pick up the 3rd day one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Don Thompson

    Lost in Fey The follow-up to Red Moon Demon is a more complete story. There isn't the long setup required. Our 'hero' Caine Deathwalker is still as obsessed with sex booze and killing as ever. But he is questioning his own roots. After an assassination goes wrongheaded finds himself the target of a preternatural killer. Add to this the fact that he is tasked with restoring order to a town out of control and spiralling towards all out war between the fey,shapeshifters and vampires he's in a tight Lost in Fey The follow-up to Red Moon Demon is a more complete story. There isn't the long setup required. Our 'hero' Caine Deathwalker is still as obsessed with sex booze and killing as ever. But he is questioning his own roots. After an assassination goes wrongheaded finds himself the target of a preternatural killer. Add to this the fact that he is tasked with restoring order to a town out of control and spiralling towards all out war between the fey,shapeshifters and vampires he's in a tight spot. When even his magic and weapons prove useless he has to rely on something new. Others.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    The second book is much improved. The character is more established as are his supporting characters. There is still a need for an editor/proofreader but that too is diminished from the first book. The strength of this book is its take on the mythos of the universe. Were creatures other then Wolves can dominate. Courts of Fey other then Winter/Summer, Dragons, and lots of different types of magics. Im going to go download book 3 now.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Clay

    I enjoy the premise of this series. But whoever the Editor is, they need to be taken out back and beaten. The spelling errors and sometimes clashing imagery is like a slap in the face from time to time. I'll try one more in the series to see if things improve. Really sorry that such sloppy proofreading is killing this for me. I enjoy the premise of this series. But whoever the Editor is, they need to be taken out back and beaten. The spelling errors and sometimes clashing imagery is like a slap in the face from time to time. I'll try one more in the series to see if things improve. Really sorry that such sloppy proofreading is killing this for me.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    This series is pretty awesome. I think I can describe it best by saying it's a combination of Hellequin and Demon Accords. The MC is definitely an anti-hero and there can be moments where he is very gritty. The second book of the series drew me in even more and I'm eager to read the third book. This series is pretty awesome. I think I can describe it best by saying it's a combination of Hellequin and Demon Accords. The MC is definitely an anti-hero and there can be moments where he is very gritty. The second book of the series drew me in even more and I'm eager to read the third book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Scott Voyles

    Still funny Cain has to try and be a diplomat and resolve a crisis in Sacramento. Still has the traits that made the first book so great. Now he evolves and manages to claim some land in the fey wilderness right next to the winter court.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sherri Manning

    Great! Great read! Can't wait for the next book in the series! Fast paced, funny, only downside is that the main character is a sexist pig....but seems as if that might be changing.... Great! Great read! Can't wait for the next book in the series! Fast paced, funny, only downside is that the main character is a sexist pig....but seems as if that might be changing....

  14. 5 out of 5

    Bookworm52732

    The plot was better than the first book, but I HATE the fact that the author doesn't even care enough to proof read this misogynistic drivel! Having read some of the reviews of books 3-5 I will not be wasting time on anything else by Morgan Blayde. The plot was better than the first book, but I HATE the fact that the author doesn't even care enough to proof read this misogynistic drivel! Having read some of the reviews of books 3-5 I will not be wasting time on anything else by Morgan Blayde.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jack

    great new series, I am looking forward to more of this smart ass killer, good world fun read!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Joel Krause

    Better then the first book, still not a huge fan of the main character. To typical. Story and side characters are interesting.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nikhil Narayanan

    Lots off bad ass action and posturing but fun all around.!! Liked the 2nd in the series. Looking forward for the 3rd !!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vishnuprasad S

    series just keeps on getting better.god i love the mc...the book is jam packed with excitement :]

  19. 4 out of 5

    EruditeBirdy

    The spelling mistakes were enough to bother me, the spelling impaired. The editor of this book should be terminated. Wow, maybe this series is affecting me.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Marv

    A bit better than the first book, it's a little more orderly even through its still action after action followed up by even more action. A bit better than the first book, it's a little more orderly even through its still action after action followed up by even more action.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michael Leffel

    much better editing on this second attempt. The storey is much more thought out and I really dug the storey!

  22. 5 out of 5

    G.

    3 1/2 Stars actually... and I think it's funny... 3 1/2 Stars actually... and I think it's funny...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Stephen

  24. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas Diondre

  25. 5 out of 5

    John W. Orr

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tommy Lagrange

  27. 5 out of 5

    Hugh Legge

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aphrael

  29. 5 out of 5

    George

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jamie R

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