Book Blurb :
Miranda has crushed on Tey forever. Demon biology, great timing, and a scarcity of female demons conspire to make mating with the irresistible earth demon a sure thing. Saving Tey’s life gives her cart blanche to love Tey. If he loved her back she’d be thrilled, but he doesn’t even like her.
Tey avoids inhaling around Miranda because her scent is an aphrodisiac amping up his already out-of-control sex drive. Faced with imminent mating mania and Miranda’s proximity, he succumbs to temptation. After he bonds with her, his priorities change, but he’s determined to do the honorable thing and keep her from mating to him. If lust wasn’t fogging his mind and if he could keep his hands off her, then he might save her from a lifetime of regrets.
Mutual respect, trust, and lots of hot sex will work to make two very stubborn demons realize how perfect they are for each other, if they can survive long enough for their very own kinky little Valentine’s miracle.
This is book 2 in the series, the first being A Very Demon Christmas. I’m sure there will be a next book and I’m hoping it won’t be planned around Easter. I understood the Christmas connection but Valentine’s Day was a stretch.
Miranda is a half Human/Fire demon who has a crush on Tey who is an Earth demon. They both work for Duec at La Ceinture Noire that is a popular BDSM club. Miranda has a crush on Tey but thinks he doesn’t like her due to the fact that he is close to mating mania which causes a male demon to lose control. That time is only controllable by either mating or death and hunters usually will choose death to save their mate.
The entire storyline deals with miscommunication between Miranda and Tey, which is fine, don’t get me wrong, but I wished for more of a background story. Book 1 had Colin and Holly who later turn out to be part demon as well. You had the mystery of demon attacks that later was solved. Here, you only had Miranda wanting to save Tey and I don’t think it carried enough weight to make the book exciting.
We also had another lesson in BDSM which is very helpful, but by book 2 I was expecting it to be a bit more hardcore than learning how to say no and understanding what that entails. After reading this, I suppose it sounds like I disliked the book. I don’t. I just wish it had more of the Demon world than the civilian male attack included in the last chapter. I give this book 3 couples
Pubisher :Loose ID
Source : Manic Readers
Released : February 14th 2012