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THE DEMON'S DAUGHTER
by Emma Holly

Genre: Fantasy

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Police inspector Adrian Philips keeps the peace between demons and humans in the very proper city of Avvar.
His willingness to be enhanced by demon technology cost him almost everything he held dear. All he has
left now is his career.

Fleeing an attack, Adrian lands on the roof garden of Rosanne McAllister, the illegitimate daughter of an infamous singer living on the fringes of respectability. Finding Adrian unconscious and wounded, she stays until he regains
consciousness. Rosanne is unlike any woman Adrian's ever known. But if he follows his heart and admits this love, will he lose what's left of his reputation?

A wonderful, heartwarming book, The Demon's Daughter is fresh and detailed, impossible to put down. Rosanne is strong and capable, and in Adrian
she finds a man who appreciates her unique qualities.
Seeing these two soul mates unite with blazing passion leaves the reader longing for a followup story. (Nov, 336 pp., $6.00)

Reviewed By: Page Traynor

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: November 2004

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