Monday, January 9, 2012

Review Demon Crossings by Eleri Stone

Title: Demon Crossings
Author: Eleri Stone
Source: Requested Review
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Format: E-Book; 76,000 words
Release date: January 2, 2012






Private investigator Grace tracks a kidnapped child to middle-of-nowhere Iowa. Encountering a strange creature she knows can’t be a local animal, she doesn’t need her psychic abilities to figure out the sleepy town is not what it seems. When she meets the intriguing Aiden, she’s plunged into a world of Norse gods and fire demons where the Wild Hunt still rides the night.

Aiden needs Grace’s help to cross the portal between worlds and rescue his daughter. Grace is unlike any woman he’s ever met. He’s drawn to her courage, distressed by her vulnerability and doubtful of her motives. But he knows that her visions are the key to defeating the enemy and bringing everyone home alive. Grace wants a future with Aiden, even if it means she’ll never have a normal life.

When a test run to the portal takes a terrifying turn, they must learn to finally trust each other or Aiden’s daughter, and their chance at love, will be lost forever…






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My review- This was an unexpected treat. The blurb intrigued me enough to read, but I've not always been one for books on demons. However, Eleri Stone has taken a new twist on the demon story in this book in my opinion.

Wrapping the supernatural of demons and psychics within the folds of Norse mythology, "Demon Crossings" is a great ride. There is a wonderful mix that includes unique take on the mythology with Asgard along with action and romance. She gives you a glimpse into a world that makes you root for both the hero and heroine as well as some of the secondary characters you are introduced to.

This is a world that I would not be against entering again if Stone turns it into a series of books, expanding on the world and giving us a story for some of those we are introduced to in this one. If you are looking for a hot romance that never has a moment that seems to have a lull in the action or story, this is a book that I would highly recommend you read.


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the review. Demon Crossings was already on my tbr list. It sounds like a good read and I am eager to get my hands on it!

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