What kind of
life do you have when calling a demon is at the top of your “to do
has spent most of her life learning and using Earth witchcraft.
She’s found that she can also use ley-line magic easily, courtesy of
the illegal treatments her father had her undertake when she was
small, in order to save her life. Although flashier, ley-line magic
is not generally as long lasting as Earth magic and can be so much
favors to two demons. Through trying to get one of the oldest and
most dangerous demons out of her house, one demon now owes her a
favor. Would it be possible to have Minias remove one of the marks
as the favor owed?
elf and city council member, is one of the richest and most powerful
men in the world…and the bane of Rachel’s existence. After ignoring
his wedding invitation in the guise of doing a job for him, Trent
hunts Rachel down and talks her into working his wedding. He’d come
close to getting Rachel to trust him, but after she finds out what
he’s done, all in the name of gaining more power, she’s devastated.
Though tagging him will not undo the damage that Trent has done,
it’ll have to do.
dying. Some have been murdered and others have been committing
suicide for unknown reasons. With Rachel’s Alpha under suspicion,
she takes it on herself to find out the reason why werewolf women
are killing themselves so far away from the full moon, and to bring
the murderer of the others to justice.
To get Piscary
into jail, Rachel was close to being killed. Now, because of a demon
raising hell in Cinci, the city council has let him out to banish it
back into the everafter. After appearing to do what the council has
asked him, Piscary is now fully pardoned and Rachel’s life is in
danger, now more than ever before. He is not going to only be after
her blood, he’ll want her death.
Few Demons More is
fast paced, full of action and magic, and totally absorbing.
Although Rachel tries her best to stay away from demons and the
magic that uses them, the demons seem to keep barging into her
life. Although she hadn’t admitted it to herself before, Rachel now
knows that she needs the thrill of life and death situations to feel
alive. She’s trying to back off from getting into situations that
have the potential to get her killed, but circumstances just keep
throwing her back in. Second guessing her every move - after the
fact of course - is not only confusing her, it’s making her unsure
is a superb storyteller and this fifth book in the Hollows Series,
For A Few Demons More, is a prime example of just how
good she is. Rife with adventure and packed with emotionally
charged scenes, For A Few Demons More is one book that
has a place on my keeper shelf. I loved this book, right up until
the ending. Even though I wish Ms. Harrison would have resolved the
situation between Kisten, Rachel and Ivy another way, I’ll
definitely pick up the next in the Hollows series…especially now to
see where she’s going with the Rachel/Ivy plot line. I’ve followed
this series from the beginning and for lovers of magic, action and
adventure, The Hollows series and For A Few Demons More
are a definite ‘must have’!