A Demon Bound

Samantha Martin is an imp, enjoying an extended vacation from Hel. All she wants to do is drink beer by the pool, play mischievous pranks on the humans, and get her hot neighbor in the sack. It’s a relaxing break from her infernal home, as long as she manages to avoid the angels, who won’t hesitate to execute her on sight. But when her naughty hellhound lands her in trouble with the local werewolf pack, Sam is blackmailed into helping track and catch a killer. The steps she must take to appease the werewolves will put her right in the crosshairs of the angels. And with angels, there is no second chance.

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3 Comments

  1. Underrated I bought this on a recommendation from my kindle library and after reading the interesting blurb, I decided to tentatively purchase it out of interest. I wasn’t quite expecting to enjoy this quite as much as I did! 

  2. Does being a demon necessarily make you evil? I love the horror/fantasy/thriller genres, and am sometimes disappointed with what I’ve read, particularly if it’s a new or unknown author. Maybe the characters are one dimensional, the pace is plodding, or there are too many things going on, or I just don’t care what happens to anyone in the end. Well, this is not so with Debra Dunbar’s A Demon Bound! I was so pleasantly surprised that I got as wrapped up in Sam’s world as I did. For me, the true test of fiction is that I feel like I’m not…

  3. Don’t understand all the 5 star reviews I bought this book based on all the 5 star reviews. But, I have to say that while it is well written (at least there aren’t any noticeably bad grammatical mistakes, such as inappropriately used homophones or possessive/plural forms), I simply do not like the characters! And, that, for me, is a fatal flaw I can not get past. I will not be buying any more in this series. It will be interesting to see what future reviews of this book have to say. I am a voracious reader, a book a day, and…

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