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(The Guild Codex: Demonized – Book 2)
by Annette Marie
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
A Great continuation of a fantastic Urban Fantasy Series, picking up where Book 1 ends and launching forward into this new, and strange, life. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
I’m bound to a demon.
For my entire life, I avoided magic at all costs. Now, I’m responsible for a demon who wields magic more powerful than the toughest mage or sorcerer.
Demons are evil.
That’s what my textbooks say. That’s what I see. He’s ruthless, he’s temperamental, he’s cold. But he protects me without fail. I wonder if he’s hiding a heart behind his hostility.
My demon is a monster.
Whether he’s heartless or not, my contract with him is illegal and beyond dangerous. Together, we must find a way to return him to his own world before anyone discovers our secret. If that wasn’t bad enough, I’ve come to realize something else:
My demon isn’t the only monster I should be worried about.
Thoughts on Slaying Monsters for the Feeble
4.5 rounded up
Such a great Urban fantasy series! Robin is growing and getting stronger, both personally and physically. Her bond with Zylas is also growing and morphing, though neither quite know what to do about it – or where to go from here.
He is so cute! He doesn’t understand humans and is truly an alien in this realm, and she doesn’t understand his complete lack of humanity and all that entails, from compassion to empathy. It’s hysterical and enlightening, and gives a reader ideas that probably just can’t happen.
- Not necessary to read the guild codex series, but it does introduce this world and certain characters. Love how it melds.
- Fast paced.
- Great characters.
- Zora, Kinda Love Her.
- Well written.
- Next book isn’t till April 2020… sigh. lol!!
First Person, Single POV
R (can very easily be read as an upper YA, no sexual content or explicit violence)
M/F… if this happens.
Character Age Range
Final Verdict on Slaying Monster for the Feeble
This is Urban Fantasy in its most distilled and complete form: fast and action based with plenty of room to grow. The characters are morphing and changing, finding strengths and entering their own ‘coming of age’ in their new environments. Exciting and immersive, free on KU!
Published November 1st, 2019
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