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Alex always knew romance would be complicated. When love came into his life with wings and horns, he knew those complications would be a little unusual. Four months after meeting Rachel and Lorelei, Alex finally has a handle on divine visitations, supernatural enemies, and the echoes of reincarnation. He might even survive bringing an angel and a demon home for Christmas w Alex always knew romance would be complicated. When love came into his life with wings and horns, he knew those complications would be a little unusual. Four months after meeting Rachel and Lorelei, Alex finally has a handle on divine visitations, supernatural enemies, and the echoes of reincarnation. He might even survive bringing an angel and a demon home for Christmas with the family. He might not survive what comes next. A favor for friends brings Alex into a heated feud among Seattle’s sorcerers. The lords of Hell aren’t pleased with the chaos wrought by Lorelei’s escape, and they’re looking for payback. Worst of all, her angry ex-boyfriend has blown into town…and he just happens to be the Angel of Death. Warning: Personal Demons contains explicit sex, explicit violence, explicit language, explicit use of implications, open relationships, polyamory, blasphemy, sacrilege, heresy, paganism, sorcery, portrayals of matters divine and demonic bearing little or no resemblance to established religious canon, prejudice, murder, mass murder, singular murder, alley murder, conspiracy to commit murder, regicide, treason, dismemberments, impalement, arson, defenestration, racially charged ‘Nam flashbacks, trash-talking, smuggling, mansplaining, spoiled Christmas surprises, numerous state and Federal firearms violations, organized crime, transnational crime, avian conscription, disturbances of the peace, paranoia, Doomsday preppers, illegal immigration, party fouls, public endangerment, underage drinking, human sacrifice, destruction of cell phones, false identification, consumption of alcohol, mayhem, attempted kidnapping, mass vehicular collisions, reincarnation, conspiracy to commit sexual promiscuity, threesomes, assault and battery, banditry, reverse banditry, eye-gouging, cultural misappropriation, trespassing, lies, innuendo, intrigue, foreplay under false pretenses, bribery, political corruption, spiritual corruption, misuse of military facilities, a blanket fort of ill repute, home invasion, warfare, espionage, mercenary activity, consumption of sentient beings, panhandling, lingerie, cohabitation outside of marriage, missed homework assignments, too much pizza, toxic masculinity, abbreviated sex scenes, fully descriptive sex scenes, romantic sex, casual sex, mild dom/sub play, mystic servitude, stalking, knife-throwing, weaponized alcohol, weaponized furniture, weaponized human remains, drone strikes, slavery, eternal damnation, mind control, carjacking, spitting, biting, vandalism, gossip, sexual objectification, immolations, feminist solidarity, zombie terrorists, pissy ex-boyfriends, too much information from Grandpa, and a flagrant narrative disregard for common standards of decency.


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Alex always knew romance would be complicated. When love came into his life with wings and horns, he knew those complications would be a little unusual. Four months after meeting Rachel and Lorelei, Alex finally has a handle on divine visitations, supernatural enemies, and the echoes of reincarnation. He might even survive bringing an angel and a demon home for Christmas w Alex always knew romance would be complicated. When love came into his life with wings and horns, he knew those complications would be a little unusual. Four months after meeting Rachel and Lorelei, Alex finally has a handle on divine visitations, supernatural enemies, and the echoes of reincarnation. He might even survive bringing an angel and a demon home for Christmas with the family. He might not survive what comes next. A favor for friends brings Alex into a heated feud among Seattle’s sorcerers. The lords of Hell aren’t pleased with the chaos wrought by Lorelei’s escape, and they’re looking for payback. Worst of all, her angry ex-boyfriend has blown into town…and he just happens to be the Angel of Death. Warning: Personal Demons contains explicit sex, explicit violence, explicit language, explicit use of implications, open relationships, polyamory, blasphemy, sacrilege, heresy, paganism, sorcery, portrayals of matters divine and demonic bearing little or no resemblance to established religious canon, prejudice, murder, mass murder, singular murder, alley murder, conspiracy to commit murder, regicide, treason, dismemberments, impalement, arson, defenestration, racially charged ‘Nam flashbacks, trash-talking, smuggling, mansplaining, spoiled Christmas surprises, numerous state and Federal firearms violations, organized crime, transnational crime, avian conscription, disturbances of the peace, paranoia, Doomsday preppers, illegal immigration, party fouls, public endangerment, underage drinking, human sacrifice, destruction of cell phones, false identification, consumption of alcohol, mayhem, attempted kidnapping, mass vehicular collisions, reincarnation, conspiracy to commit sexual promiscuity, threesomes, assault and battery, banditry, reverse banditry, eye-gouging, cultural misappropriation, trespassing, lies, innuendo, intrigue, foreplay under false pretenses, bribery, political corruption, spiritual corruption, misuse of military facilities, a blanket fort of ill repute, home invasion, warfare, espionage, mercenary activity, consumption of sentient beings, panhandling, lingerie, cohabitation outside of marriage, missed homework assignments, too much pizza, toxic masculinity, abbreviated sex scenes, fully descriptive sex scenes, romantic sex, casual sex, mild dom/sub play, mystic servitude, stalking, knife-throwing, weaponized alcohol, weaponized furniture, weaponized human remains, drone strikes, slavery, eternal damnation, mind control, carjacking, spitting, biting, vandalism, gossip, sexual objectification, immolations, feminist solidarity, zombie terrorists, pissy ex-boyfriends, too much information from Grandpa, and a flagrant narrative disregard for common standards of decency.

30 review for Personal Demons

  1. 4 out of 5

    Steve Naylor

    Rating 3.5 stars This book wasn't as good as the other books in this series. The first 2 books were a little more fun. The first book was awesome, because everything was new. The 2nd book lost Taylor as a main character but Onyx and Molly were now a much bigger part of the story. There were supernatural fights and Alex's friends always came to his defense. This was the first time it seemed like the group was putting themselves in the path of a supernatural fight, as opposed to in the previous bo Rating 3.5 stars This book wasn't as good as the other books in this series. The first 2 books were a little more fun. The first book was awesome, because everything was new. The 2nd book lost Taylor as a main character but Onyx and Molly were now a much bigger part of the story. There were supernatural fights and Alex's friends always came to his defense. This was the first time it seemed like the group was putting themselves in the path of a supernatural fight, as opposed to in the previous books where there did not seem to be much choice. Molly and Onyx are invited to a meeting with other practitioners and they ask Alex and Lorelei for some backup, just in case. This lead to every single one of his friends wanting to come, just in case. I can seen why Alex and Lorelei would want to help, since they are all sleeping together. The other friends, not so much. This was more than just " having a friends back" when they are in trouble. The girls weren't really in trouble and didn't really need that much help (at least they did not think so at the time). It seemed like everyone was just a little too "cool" with putting themselves in danger. In the previous books, there seemed to be a good balance between the sexual relationships in the story and the action/supernatural component. In this book I felt the action took center stage. Besides having one fling with a stewardess which was not describe, Alex only hooked up with people he had hooked up with in the past. Alex also found himself separated from the rest of his friends for most of the story. Taylor was back, but I could not get a good read on why. She seemed like she was getting too serious with her boyfriend and did not like that, so she starts hanging out with Alex and his friends again, and she wanted to be involved in the supernatural stuff again. (view spoiler)[ She did not hook up with Alex again and she avoided her boyfriend throughout the entire book. There were too many players involved to keep track of as well. Lillith, Balile, the group of mercenaries Alex ended up with in Iraq (what where they doing and who do they work for?, the Djinn that helped him and Rachel escape in Syria (what did she want?). (hide spoiler)] I could not tell where the author wanted to take the story. Did she want to make the friends into supernatural crime fighters? I also felt the Rachel and Lorelei were more of a couple and Alex was more of a third wheel (this actually makes sense considering how much Rachel cannot tell Alex and how they are both immortal). Overall, I still like the series, I just felt the first 2 books were more fun. It has been a couple of years since this book came out so I'm not sure if there are any plans to continue the series. There were a lot of story arcs that were left unexplored by the end of the book , but I guess we will just have to wait and see.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Iori

    Oh, how I've missed the adventures of Alex&co. There is serious character growth for everyone in it, notably for Drew. in Natural consequences it was for Jason, I guess mister Kay is giving them their turn each. I like the style of the author who setup foundation for another book in this one. Can't wait for next year (if the book following this one will be out by then). Awesome, 5 stars. Oh, how I've missed the adventures of Alex&co. There is serious character growth for everyone in it, notably for Drew. in Natural consequences it was for Jason, I guess mister Kay is giving them their turn each. I like the style of the author who setup foundation for another book in this one. Can't wait for next year (if the book following this one will be out by then). Awesome, 5 stars.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Peter Emil Christensen

    If you can stomach all of the creamy sex stuff, this is a fantastic book like the rest of the series. The characters, plot and setting are all way above what one might expect from an erotica series. I truely love the portrayal of the angels, heaven, hell and the demons. Despite the books refusal to explain any details (which is justified within the narrative) you can get a pretty good idea of whats what reading between the lines. Why angels let bad stuff happen and why the demons are pissed at th If you can stomach all of the creamy sex stuff, this is a fantastic book like the rest of the series. The characters, plot and setting are all way above what one might expect from an erotica series. I truely love the portrayal of the angels, heaven, hell and the demons. Despite the books refusal to explain any details (which is justified within the narrative) you can get a pretty good idea of whats what reading between the lines. Why angels let bad stuff happen and why the demons are pissed at the angels because of this, are interesting ideas. The book always kinda adresses one of my only complaints of the last book with the strange action that Lorelei did and Rachel allowed which might have hurt their lover Alex. It was an issue of a lack of respect and Lorelei spends time thinking about that could have affected Alex. While not stated directly I get the impression that the author on 2nd thought regretted that turn of events. But that might be just me. Strangely, as others have noted, the book have these odd instances of "SJW" language which seems rather out of place. However unlike most times this type of language are used elsewhere, it never seems mean spirited and mostly are just kinda baffling here. A few times it's used to point out double standards which are all true and worth pointing out. Other times they are just weird. A bad guy is told "no mansplaining" in an instance where he isn't really explaining anything. One character grumbles about how the patriarchy doesn't help for much in a household dominated by women who just gave him a shit task because of his gender. One character talks about how girls often suffer more and later claims another bad guy needs a fedora, in an instance were he was after a character but it had nothing to do with gender at all. The girls suffer more statement is very baffling in the context of this series. Where we have seen a lot of suffering through Alex's past lives. Who suffers most? The prostitute who is forced to sell herself to survive or the man that loves her, who cannot protect her, and has to wait while she is with other men? Who can say? It doesn't matter, it's not a competition! Compassion and empathy should be gender neutral. Thankfully it doesn't ruin the book since the inclusion is just mostly strange and out of place.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Dave Stone

    aggravating moments leading to a disappointing end It's just so damn pointlessly sad to write an erotic fantasy novel where the lovers slowly drift apart and become more distant. What do you expect when your GF tells you she want's to see other men in book 2, then book 3 is going to be a bummer. After loving the hell out of Good Intentions, Personal Demons is the worst of the 3 main line books. If you've heard the term Slow Burn, this is the opposite, a cooling off. this is the kind of real lif aggravating moments leading to a disappointing end It's just so damn pointlessly sad to write an erotic fantasy novel where the lovers slowly drift apart and become more distant. What do you expect when your GF tells you she want's to see other men in book 2, then book 3 is going to be a bummer. After loving the hell out of Good Intentions, Personal Demons is the worst of the 3 main line books. If you've heard the term Slow Burn, this is the opposite, a cooling off. this is the kind of real life heart ache I read fantasy books to not have to think about. come on Elliot Kay, this has magic and Angels you don't have suddenly keep it real in the "all love fades away" department. as much as I liked book 1, I almost wish I never read this series. I kinda feel like I got trolled.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Mangrum

    Alex and company try to move on with their lives after the events of the previous books, but are quickly drawn back into the supernatural meat grinder. What I like about this book is the highlighting of cause and effect. The actions of the previous books have caused a power vacuum and we all know that nature abhors a vacuum. I especially like the scene of Alex and Rachel in Syria; to use the titles of the previous books: good intentions have natural consequences. What I didn't like was all the cal Alex and company try to move on with their lives after the events of the previous books, but are quickly drawn back into the supernatural meat grinder. What I like about this book is the highlighting of cause and effect. The actions of the previous books have caused a power vacuum and we all know that nature abhors a vacuum. I especially like the scene of Alex and Rachel in Syria; to use the titles of the previous books: good intentions have natural consequences. What I didn't like was all the call outs to ridiculous terms used by Social Justice Warriors. The patriarchy and the wage gap don't exist, they're boogiemen terms invented by feminists. Tumblr is garbage. If it weren't for the various call outs to SJW nonsense, I would have given this 5 stars.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Contrarius

    I had never heard of this book till today -- it's one of the offerings in Audible's latest sale -- and I hadn't seriously considered reading it. But then I came across its list of "warnings". Now, I'm a sucker for this kind of smartass "trigger warning" in book blurbs. And when I came across "a blanket fort of ill repute" and allllllllllll the other warnings included (you really should read the list for yourself), I was sold. Free through Kindle Unlimited. Or if you buy the ebook for $3.99, you ca I had never heard of this book till today -- it's one of the offerings in Audible's latest sale -- and I hadn't seriously considered reading it. But then I came across its list of "warnings". Now, I'm a sucker for this kind of smartass "trigger warning" in book blurbs. And when I came across "a blanket fort of ill repute" and allllllllllll the other warnings included (you really should read the list for yourself), I was sold. Free through Kindle Unlimited. Or if you buy the ebook for $3.99, you can then purchase the audio for only $1.99 . Onto Mount TBR it goes.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Art Lueder

    A great book in a fantastic series. Very fast paced with amazing action. A good number of diverse characters in this continuing battle of the supernatural. I highly recommend this series for those that don't mind funny urban fantasy with explicit sexual content. A great book in a fantastic series. Very fast paced with amazing action. A good number of diverse characters in this continuing battle of the supernatural. I highly recommend this series for those that don't mind funny urban fantasy with explicit sexual content.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Gilbert Stack

    The third book in the Good Intentions series maintains the high standards of the first two. The sorcerers of Seattle return to center stage and we learn that the magical practitioners have more than their fair share of dangerous kooks. The major villains in question are survivalists who have long predicted the end of the world—so much so that they’re taking actions to bring it about. Add in Lorelei’s ex-boyfriend, a psychologically abusive demon prince who styles himself the Angel of Death and y The third book in the Good Intentions series maintains the high standards of the first two. The sorcerers of Seattle return to center stage and we learn that the magical practitioners have more than their fair share of dangerous kooks. The major villains in question are survivalists who have long predicted the end of the world—so much so that they’re taking actions to bring it about. Add in Lorelei’s ex-boyfriend, a psychologically abusive demon prince who styles himself the Angel of Death and you have more than enough trouble brewing to satisfy even the most ravenous appetite. The book depends on separating Alex and Rachel from the rest of the cast. Alex, thanks to the combat experience he gained in his many violent past lives, is a pretty heavy hitter, and Rachel the angel is like a heavenly tank, so removing them from the central action gives Lorelei and the supporting cast some very welcome time in the combat spotlight. Kay doesn’t miss the opportunity, showing off the courage and talents of the supporting characters as they go head to head with demons and sorcerers in a battle for Seattle. Lorelei’s commitment to walking her own path separate from the demons of hell is put to the test in a very clever fashion. I don’t want to give any spoilers, but again Kay impresses me with his ability to show this character grow. He also nicely foreshadows the problems of the next book through Alex’s extended misadventure. Overall Personal Demons is another superior effort.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Milan

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Definitely better than the first two (from what I remember). I was glad to read that the memory stuff with Alex that annoyed me in the second book ended up being useful to him, and I liked the evolving relationship between him Lorelei and Rachel. It'll be interesting to see how it develops now that Baal's crown broke the bond but I have no doubt it'll continue to grow. Bridger was quite annoying really at the end of the book and I'm glad Alex is not jealous and is sure of Lorelei and their relati Definitely better than the first two (from what I remember). I was glad to read that the memory stuff with Alex that annoyed me in the second book ended up being useful to him, and I liked the evolving relationship between him Lorelei and Rachel. It'll be interesting to see how it develops now that Baal's crown broke the bond but I have no doubt it'll continue to grow. Bridger was quite annoying really at the end of the book and I'm glad Alex is not jealous and is sure of Lorelei and their relationship. I mentioned it in my short review of book 2 but it's nice to see a loving relationship thrive even if it is a nonstandard one.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    I really enjoyed the expansion in scope of this book. The greater threats from the Pit, the introduction of new supernaturals, and the odd mission in Iraq. All made this book really fast paced and hard to put down.

  11. 5 out of 5

    David Harriss

    Higher Stakes, Broader Focus The crew is back, and things are as crazy as ever. Wizard politics, demon politics, international politics, and angelic politics all collide to trouble the friends. And all of them are here, along with a few new faces.

  12. 4 out of 5

    T.H. Leatherman

    Can a Demon Ever Truly be Free Alex has problems. Not the normal young adult problems like girlfriends, finding yourself, and what you want to do with your life. Well, I guess it is like that, except that his girlfriends are an angel and a succubus. Finding yourself involves having to deal with vampires, werewolves, and sorcerers bent on world domination. Also, it's hard to figure out what you're going to do with your life when you've been teleported halfway around the world to a war zone. It mus Can a Demon Ever Truly be Free Alex has problems. Not the normal young adult problems like girlfriends, finding yourself, and what you want to do with your life. Well, I guess it is like that, except that his girlfriends are an angel and a succubus. Finding yourself involves having to deal with vampires, werewolves, and sorcerers bent on world domination. Also, it's hard to figure out what you're going to do with your life when you've been teleported halfway around the world to a war zone. It must be Tuesday. Alex could never get the hang of Tuesdays. Lorelei is learning what it means to love a mortal. Being a succubus has some advantages. Two thousand years of experience, magic, and being incredibly tough. What it doesn't have, is freedom. Hell wants her back, and won't leave her alone. To win the right to stay on earth, Lorelei may have to do the unthinkable. Return to hell, fight an army of demons, and become a lord of the pit. It could be worse. She could have to go to Cleveland. Elliott Kay tells a fantastic tale of angels, demons, and magic. They crew is back to help Alex and his girlfriends out. The stakes are the Seattle and beyond. If you like action, adventure, magic, mayhem, mixed in with a generous portion of sex, this is the book for you. I'm not ashamed to admit I stayed up until 3 AM trying to get in 'one more chapter'. I'm sure you'll enjoy it as well.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dan

    Good story. I liked it, but not as much as I liked the first two books in the series. This one wasn't quite as steamy as the first two, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it did sort of change the tone of the story. Rachel is still awesome! Lorelei is just plain cool! Looks like there will be more in the series as it alludes to more to come. This book also reaches back to things that have happened previously in the other two, without mandating you read them. I like how the author is building Good story. I liked it, but not as much as I liked the first two books in the series. This one wasn't quite as steamy as the first two, which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but it did sort of change the tone of the story. Rachel is still awesome! Lorelei is just plain cool! Looks like there will be more in the series as it alludes to more to come. This book also reaches back to things that have happened previously in the other two, without mandating you read them. I like how the author is building on his mythos by doing this. Good book. The whole series is a guilty pleasure!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aaron Nagy

    Another good fun entry in the series, it does feel a bit more of a middle book then the 2nd one despite having multiple really awesome moments and great lines. I eagerly await #4. PS: Ignore the idiots complaining about politics in the other reviews they are skimming for offense, and I say this as a Right-wing nut.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shaun Miller

    Better balance I'm glad to see more story and less sex, not because of any prudishness, I just really enjoy the world you're building. 😀 Better balance I'm glad to see more story and less sex, not because of any prudishness, I just really enjoy the world you're building. 😀

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jay Collins

    2.5 to 3 stars, not as good as the first 2 books but I still enjoyed it for the most part.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    Doesn't hold a candle to the first two books in this series. It also has a very different tone - almost like Kay is trying to go more mainstream by taking out the steamier elements and focusing very narrowly on the action scenes instead. Non-stop battle is exhausting and came at the expense of character developments. I also felt like Kay must have had a bad experience in the past where someone called him out on retconning, or not giving enough information somewhere in the plot before pulling a ra Doesn't hold a candle to the first two books in this series. It also has a very different tone - almost like Kay is trying to go more mainstream by taking out the steamier elements and focusing very narrowly on the action scenes instead. Non-stop battle is exhausting and came at the expense of character developments. I also felt like Kay must have had a bad experience in the past where someone called him out on retconning, or not giving enough information somewhere in the plot before pulling a rabbit out of a hat, because he kept harping on several things that if he had just mentioned them once or twice it would have been quality foreshadowing, but by harping it just became spoilery. For example, how many times can the topic of how much weight can an angel hold while flying before you know the answer is going to be really important later. Overall this book wasn't painful to read by any measure; it was just kinda there.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Patrick McLaughlin

    Not quite as enjoyable as the first two books but it was a good read. Action defintely takes center stage in this book. My issues with this book are 1) Alex is seperated from the group, off on his own aventure for a large part of the book, although Rachel does join him eventually 2) Rachel and Lorelei seem to be more of a couple with Alex being a third wheel 3) There are begining to be too many characters being added making it harder to keep up with who's who. 4) Some parts seem to be a little p Not quite as enjoyable as the first two books but it was a good read. Action defintely takes center stage in this book. My issues with this book are 1) Alex is seperated from the group, off on his own aventure for a large part of the book, although Rachel does join him eventually 2) Rachel and Lorelei seem to be more of a couple with Alex being a third wheel 3) There are begining to be too many characters being added making it harder to keep up with who's who. 4) Some parts seem to be a little preachy without adding anything to the story. I am a Lorelei fan and her character growth in this book was excellent. She is determined to walk her own path and not the path of the demons in Hell.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Curtis

    Outstanding This latest book in the series expands plot and characters, blowing things up to epic proportions. What started as an *ahem* intimate story in book #1 with few characters has become an amazing story full of action, drama, romance, humor, magic, and (literally) otherworldly battles involving more characters. The sex is still there, but it’s more of an ingredient than the whole meal, and that’s fine. (Quality over quantity.) Everything about the story is amazing, including the editing. Outstanding This latest book in the series expands plot and characters, blowing things up to epic proportions. What started as an *ahem* intimate story in book #1 with few characters has become an amazing story full of action, drama, romance, humor, magic, and (literally) otherworldly battles involving more characters. The sex is still there, but it’s more of an ingredient than the whole meal, and that’s fine. (Quality over quantity.) Everything about the story is amazing, including the editing. Definitely still adult material, but definitely recommended. Especially if you’re already a fan.

  20. 4 out of 5

    RJ

    The saga of Alex learning and growing continues. Alex, with the help of angel Rachel has dealt with his inner demons of past lives and come away feeling much better. In this next volume Alex and friends have to confront the organization of sorcerers in Seattle, the vengeance of The Pit including a bounty on Lorelei’s head, a price on Alex’s head as well for his growing interference in hell’s endeavors, and the appearance of Lorelei’s old boyfriend. Lorelei must make some critical decisions to sa The saga of Alex learning and growing continues. Alex, with the help of angel Rachel has dealt with his inner demons of past lives and come away feeling much better. In this next volume Alex and friends have to confront the organization of sorcerers in Seattle, the vengeance of The Pit including a bounty on Lorelei’s head, a price on Alex’s head as well for his growing interference in hell’s endeavors, and the appearance of Lorelei’s old boyfriend. Lorelei must make some critical decisions to save her friends, which may ultimately affect her relationship with Alex. So much is going on; an excellent continuation of the series. Tess Irondale also continues to do a wonderful job at bringing the tale to life.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Peter W.

    Lorelei’s saga continues The story had a well developed plot which built well on the two previous books. It had contemporary real elements like references to Denny’s which added to the authenticity. The sophistication of Lorelei’s character played well against Rachael’s ‘blue collar’ angel language and personality. She’s an angel you’d like to sit down with and have a beer. In contrast Lorelei’s personality is ‘red carpet 1st class, exclusively’. Fun, magical escapism wrapped up in a good yarn!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jeremy Patrick

    Good I read the first two books in this series and the second one always made me so mad i couldnt even start this one. I tried twice and only got a few chapters in. This one is fun and takes some twists you dont expect. But Alex being so om with Lori right away still bothers me. If there is a 4th i duno if i will read it. Im sure it will be good. But i dont relate to Alex very well at this point. Makes it hard to keep reading.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Dannan Tavona

    The stakes are raised Urban Fantasy harem adult situations Alex, Lorelei, and Rachel are fun and well-drawn characters. Great action in a story that delivers. Read this series three times and I'm thinking about reading it again. Highly recommended. Yet another of my reviews that have vanished from the Zon. At this time I suspect it happened when Amazon became linked to Goodreads. Irritating. The stakes are raised Urban Fantasy harem adult situations Alex, Lorelei, and Rachel are fun and well-drawn characters. Great action in a story that delivers. Read this series three times and I'm thinking about reading it again. Highly recommended. Yet another of my reviews that have vanished from the Zon. At this time I suspect it happened when Amazon became linked to Goodreads. Irritating.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Roberto Flores

    So I got about a third through and was done. This is a case of really wanting to like this book and just not being able to. The lack of growth from the main characters, the overly simplistic storyline, the plot feels forced and overall it feels bland and boring. Nothing draws you in and keeps you turning pages.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Douglas Debner

    This book is significantly above average for the genre. Alex, the main character, finds himself involved in the machinations of demons. As a result he is teleported to Iraq, leaving his friends behind to face a virtual demon invasion.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    Book three Mistakes: Didn't find any. Plot: Battles lots of battles. The few sex scenes in this book where completely unneeded. They served no real purpose. Characters: still a very interesting bunch. The conversation and interaction was the big draw in this book. 6.5/10 Book three Mistakes: Didn't find any. Plot: Battles lots of battles. The few sex scenes in this book where completely unneeded. They served no real purpose. Characters: still a very interesting bunch. The conversation and interaction was the big draw in this book. 6.5/10

  27. 4 out of 5

    Spencer Alan Silvestri

    Great series and great characters Read through the main series so far, and I’ve enjoyed every bit of it. I really hope this series continues. Supernatural Fantasy mixed with high adrenaline pumping action. What more could you want?

  28. 5 out of 5

    Bruce Roach

    *Warning* Contains adult content. Elliott Kay is a fantastic author. This was another good story from him. I listened via Audiobook, and the narrator took a step back in this book as apposed to the first two. She couldn't settle on voices and tones that previously she had down. *Warning* Contains adult content. Elliott Kay is a fantastic author. This was another good story from him. I listened via Audiobook, and the narrator took a step back in this book as apposed to the first two. She couldn't settle on voices and tones that previously she had down.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Beck

    An interesting story if a little repetitive at times.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eric Loflin

    Great book. It was the best of the 3. I really hope there will be a 4th.

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