“The Demon Lord’s Cloak” by Delilah Devlin
Voletta is traveling through the forest one day when she
loses a fur that is very important to her. She stops at the
local tavern to see if anyone found it and soon finds
herself bound and delivered to a strange residence.
For a thousand years, the village people have been providing
Damien with brides. None of them, however, have intrigued
him the way Voletta does. He feels an instant bond and hopes
she does too.
But neither Voletta nor Damien are human. Will the love that
develops change them forever?
I enjoy tales of tortured heroes, and “The Demon Lord’s
Cloak” fits the bill. I enjoyed watching these two
characters get to know each other, and had fun discovering
their secrets along side them. “The Demon Lord’s Cloak” is
an interesting start to this anthology.
“Night Sins” by Lisa Renee Jones
Ethan, a vampire, knows the Blood Brothers are behind the
recent killings of young women in Las Vegas. Finding the
evil vamps to put an end to it is a different story,
Kayla, a Watcher, knows that vamps are off limits, but when
she comes to Ethan’s lair to discuss the killings she’s as
attracted to the vampire as she’s always been.
They’re both searching for the killer, in a different way,
and when their paths cross again it turns into a life or
death situation, tossed with a great deal of desire.
“Night Sins” is a hot, tasty tale of a forbidden love. Both
Ethan and Kayla know they cannot be together, but neither of
them can resist the other. That little tidbit made for some
electrifying reading that inspires goose bumps. This story
is a great addition to this anthology.
“The Devil’s Paradise” by Megan Kerans
Justice Malloy is searching for a venue for a wedding
reception when she comes across The Last Resort. When she
arrives it’s obvious some sort of party is going on. Even
though she doesn’t have an invitation the doorman lets her
Dash Wilde is a devil. He gave up his immortal soul and now
he’s doomed to run The Last Resort, a place where wantons
and the damned meet for sex. Can Justice’s love save his
“The Devil’s Paradise” has an interesting premise, but I
couldn’t make a connection between Dash and Justice. A
little more buildup in tension between the two of them
before things turned sexual would have increased my
enjoyment, I think.
Damned, Delicious and Dangerous is an
interesting collection of paranormal tales. Readers who
like their sex hot, and their men immortal will enjoy this