Kally goes to the Empire Hotel to
avenge the death of her relative. For years there have been
countless unsolved murders at the hotel dating back to the
early 1800ís when it was first built. Kally suspects there
is something unusual involved and sets out to investigate.
What she finds is the gorgeous, mysterious owner of the
hotel, Aziel Empire, a man that she is wildly attracted to.
The question is what way is Aziel connected to murders?
Aziel has his own agenda, and he is not
quite what he appears to be either. No matter how strongly
attracted he is to Kally, Aziel canít afford to be
distracted; too bad everything is easier said than done.
Demonic Desires was so
hot it burned my retinas! Aziel knows his way around a
womanís body to the point that too many orgasms could prove
fatal. Ms. Acuna resolves this problem with scorching
results. On a scale from 1 to 10, the sex rocked the
hotter-than-hell meter to a 15!
The plot is pretty firm. Ms. Acuna doesnít rely on
body-shattering sex to carry the story. Kally is
interesting, a bit reckless, and has both experience and
abilities to back up her choices and near misses. Azielís
seductiveness and addictive intensity are administered in
just the right dose. I appreciated the crash and burn
whenever Kally and Aziel collided; their encounters were as
elemental as a typhoon. The only weak point I could name
was the villain, simply because it seemed to me he didnít
present much of a challenge. This book offered surprises
and thrills, along with a few moments of rather graphic
violence that will definitely keep lovers of dark paranormal
erotica on the edge.