Monday, May 6, 2013

Review: The Demon's Song, Hearts of the Fallen: Book One By: Kendra Leigh Castle

Title: The Demon's Song, Hearts of the Fallen: Book One
Author: Kendra Leigh Castle
Source: Review Request
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 242 pages
Reviewed by: Emi 

The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. At least, that's how it seems to Sofia Rivera when her attempt to help a friend ends in a blood-soaked confrontation with creatures that aren't even supposed to exist. With a group of rogue vampires determined not to leave a single witness to their violence hot on her heels, Sofia finds herself saddled with an immortal bodyguard—Phenex, the fallen Angel of Song.

While the vampire king roots out the corruption threatening to take down his underworld kingdom, Sofia will have to deal with a fallen angel whose dark beauty is often at odds with his ornery nature. Slowly, Sofia and Phenex give in to the strange attraction neither can deny. And as the darkness closes in around them, Phenex begins to wonder whether even the wickedest Fallen might find his own happy ending...and his heart.

I Looooooved! I finished it in no time at all! 
The Demon's Song was full of everything I love to see, in what I consider an awesome book! 
To say I want my own Fallen Angel is an understatement, lol.
I have a thing for the brooding types, and Phenex was just perfect. He’s the ultimate immortal, bad boy with a little good seeping thru, sinfully sexy, and with a musical talent that will have you melting. As he is returning to his set, he runs into the only person in the club who can hold his attention for more than a second. While Sofia is on a mission to save a friend, from what she thinks is a friend in an overworked environment, turns out to be one of the craziest nights of her life. Not only does she meet the sexiest man ever, but she is introduced to a world she thought only existed in books. Now in hiding from the beings responsible for her crazy night, she’s holed up with Phenex. The sexual tension between them is immense, but fighting those feelings turns out to be more difficult than she can possibly handle, and I mean who wouldn’t eventually relent to a freaking man like him, lol. 
The Demon's Song was a great read,  I am so looking forward to reading the rest of this series. 
I highly recommend it!!

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