Book: Demon Kissed
Author: Michelle Madow
Genre: Young Adult – Paranormal
She’s an angel sent to Earth to kill a demon. The last thing she expected was to fall in love with him…
Decades ago, the Demon King Ezekiel conquered Mexico City and cursed it with greed. The only way to end the curse? An angel needs to slay Ezekiel with Uriel’s Flaming Sword.
But Ezekiel has stolen the Sword and hidden it in his Watchtower — the gleaming skyscraper where he lives and rules. Now the angel Rebekah has been chosen to enter the city, find the Sword and kill the demon. When Ezekiel opens auditions for women to live in the Watchtower as his concubines, it’s the perfect opportunity for Rebekah to get close to the devilishly handsome demon king, locate the Sword, and use it to end the curse.
Except that while Rebekah’s in the city, she’ll be cursed with greed, like everyone else. She must conquer her greed and complete her mission. But that’s harder than it sounds when she discovers there’s one thing she craves above all else… love from the Demon King himself.
Demon Kissed is THE perfect book for fans of The Hunger Games and Supernatural!
Demon Kissed is a stand-alone contribution to the Charmed Legacy: Cursed Angel Watchtowers collection. Stories can be read in any order.
This was the best book by Michelle that I’ve read so far. And now all I want is for more of this world she has created.
The plot of this one is insanely good, and there are some twists that make this one great story. If you love books with Angels and Demons, then this is one book you need to pick up immediately. Now, I guess you need to know why this one has only 4 stars if I loved it so much?
Well, there are times when Michelle has a tendency to repeat information a lot, to ensure we don’t forget it. It can get somewhat annoying. But, other than that, I really loved reading this book.
The main protagonist is well developed and you definitely root for the romance in this one. It is epic and beautiful and transcends time. There are also great moments of friendship, although you might not see some of it coming.
As I’ve read the Greek myth series by Michelle, called the Elemental series, I can say that her writing style has improved so much and her story-telling is a lot better as well. There are some small things that still need improving (but that will always be there for all authors).
Read this if you loved Twilight, The Hunger Games, and supernatural anything…