Romance Book Review: Even Demons Get The Blues

Author: Maree Anderson
ISBN: 9781603103145
Genre: Paranormal Erotic Romance

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Nicely written paranormal novella about a demon who falls for a human. As a Demon on earth it is Rez's job to send good little girls a stray, but when he meets the female of his dreams he decides to save her rather than see her make her way to hell.

Leisa has spent every Saturday for the past year getting drunk and picking up one loser after another in an effort to forget her past. When her next Saturday night pick-up turns out to be a demon, all Hell breaks loose.

Paranormal books are so fun to read, especially when there are so many imaginative authors like Maree Anderson writing them. This books gives readers a chance to step out of the box and into the world of Demons. Not bad for an afternoon of entertainment.

Description:
Rezon was the Demon King’s lieutenant for four thousand years but even the most badass Demon in Hell gets jaded, so Rez joined the Beguilers. Only trouble is now he’s been beguiled by Leisa, a tormented human woman who’s captured his heart.


When Leisa picks up one loser too many, Rezon’s provoked into whisking her off to his lair to show her what a real man—uh, make that Demon!—can do for her.

Leisa’s been tagged by a Destroyer and her soul is forfeit, so when she inadvertently shatters Rez’s defenses and bonds with him there’ll be Hell to pay.

About the Author from the back of her book:
At the tender age of twelve, Maree Anderson was pinching her mom and dad’s books and reading them at night by the hallway light. It took her a few more years—okay, decades!—to pluck up enough courage to write her own stories but now there’s no stopping her. She lives in Auckland, New Zealand, with her real-life hero who encouraged her to quit work and take up writing full-time—what a man! She’s a mom to two extremely understanding kids who don’t mind getting their own dinner when she can’t tear herself away from her keyboard, and one very portly ocicat keeps her company while she’s writing.

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