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(Demigods of San Francisco – Book 1)
by K.F. Breene
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
If you haven’t read this series yet – why not? Get to it!
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
Some people are ordained for greatness…
Those people usually have a lot of drama in their life. Drama I happily do without. I live in a forgotten corner of nowhere for a reason: there is safety in anonymity. I have enough problems just trying to get by.
But when Kieran, a sinfully sexy demigod at the pinnacle of power, crashes into my life, suddenly my whole world is turned upside down.
He’s harboring a deadly secret, one that could destroy all he holds dear. He thinks I’m the key to his salvation, and he wants me to help him claim vengeance.
He also wants me with a passion that burns my body from the inside out.
To ignore him is impossible, but to give in to my desires, even for a night, would thrust me into danger I might not survive.
Can I resist the temptation?
I held off reading this book for awhile, despite the amazing reviews and recommendations. Why? I don’t know – and now I wish I had read it sooner. It’s a completely unique tale, one that revamps the magical and godly mythos and creates a new world filled with magic, demigods and shifters. It’s fresh, steamy (though slowburn, no action in book 1) and wholly entertaining.
First Person and Third Person, Multiple POV
- Very Unique.
- Lifestyles and classes play a strong and enlightening role.
- Characters, each are individual and scream from the page.
- The Demigod mythos and backdrop is very important TO the story, but it is not THE story.
- This is a LONG book, there is some depth to it.
- I don’t really have any cons to list.
I really, really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend it to any and all fans of K.F. Breene and Ilona Andrews. I’m calling it a Paranormal Romance, though it edges and flirts well with Urban Fantasy, mainly because it feels like the Romance aspect will be the most important (or at least vitally important) part of the story. Pick this up today!
Published October 10th, 2018
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