Should a book about demons, angels and Lucifer be seriously fun? Why not? When Rowen is behind the story, readers are in for a wild ride. This second installment in the truly captivating Living in Eden series promises that there’s much more fun to come.
Eden, part nephilim, has a demon inside her, Darrak. Each day he possesses her brings her closer to death — and yet she’s fallen for him and is unwilling to exorcise him, which would mean certain death for him. Together they must find a way to break the curse, set him free from her and live happily ever after. As they search for answers, Eden learns some disturbing truths and questions her ability to trust Darrak. He is, after all, a demon.
Darrak wonders what’s happening to him. A demon created by the fires of hell, he’s not only feeling emotions, he’s falling in love. The last thing he wants to do is hurt Eden and yet every day that he spends inside of her, that’s exactly what he’s doing. Desperate for answers, he turns to a longtime demon friend. It may be the last mistake he ever makes — because everyone knows, you can’t trust a demon. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Oct., 368 pp., $7.99)