Title: Demon Spelled
Author: Gracen Miller
Published Date: January 15th 2015
Genre: Fantasy/Paranormal/gothic ménage erotic romance
***THIS BOOK WAS PROVIDED TO NERD GIRL IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Some doors should never be opened…
As the daughter of a witch, Erica knows better than to treat the arcane lightly. But when her best friend convinces her to play a dangerous game, she quickly finds herself out of her depth. Before she can react, she and Tera are whisked into a terrifying demonic realm and chained to an auction block.
…And some doors fate opens for us.
The moment Troz sees the fiery redheaded human, he know she’s exactly what he’s been looking for. He purchases her from the slave auction and takes her home as a gift to his husband, Lyx. Her witch blood makes her the perfect mother for their demonic offspring, but her indomitable spirit also provides a refreshing challenge. Despite the slave collar that binds her will, she resists their advances in every way possible. Both masters must use every ounce of their skill and talents to bend their new concubine to their desires.
Only Erica can decide which path leads to her destiny.
Meanwhile, in the shadows, angels are making a play for Erica’s safe return. She is disturbed to learn her long-lost father is an archangel with a twisted agenda. Her masters can offer her salvation from her father’s plans, but can she trust them? Should she remain their sex slave forever, or gamble on an uncertain fate without the dark pleasures they’ve taught her to crave?
**This novel is intended for mature audiences ages 18+ years of age and is not for the faint of heart.**
Erica says the wrong thing in the presence of a Ouija Board (or was it fate?) and before she knew it she and her friend Tera find themselves being sold as sex slaves in the demonic realm of Baal. Lucky for Erica though that Troz is looking for someone just like her so he buys her on the spot. The drama pretty much jumps off from there and it gets so good.
I can’t say just how much I loved this book. I know most people would think I’m perverted or sick but this book was right up my alley. The warning label states that this is book is “trashy” but I disagree, it’s not so much trashy as it is dirty in the best way possible.
Over all I completely loved this book. I know that to some that makes me a deviant and to them I say “Thank you”.
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