Thursday, January 13, 2011

Blood of the Demon by Diana Rowland




" The serial killer known as the Symbol Man has been dealt with, the demonic lord Rhyzkahl is no longer invading her dreams, and Detective Kara Gillian is doing her best to get her life back to normal after being kind of dead for a while.
Unfortunately, there's little about Kara's life that is ever normal or simple. As a skilled summoner of demons, she's hoping to use her arcane abilities to retrieve her aunt's essence and restore it to her body. But when Kara discovers that FBI Agent Ryan Kristoff is somehow known to the demonkind--and not in a good way--old doubts surface and new problems emerge. Moreover, her investigations into the deaths of several seemingly unrelated victims reveal disturbing links to the arcane, with unsettling similarities to her own situation.
But matters get more complicated when she discovers other links between the victims, leading her into a morass of political corruption. And it doesn't help that Rhyzkahl has asked her to be his own summoner, a commitment that could have quite a few advantages and plenty of pitfalls. Politics--whether among humans or demons--is a dangerous game with very high stakes, and Kara is learning that lesson the hard way. "

For the second book on this series Diana Rowland let you see just a little more of what she is going to bring to the table, i know she want to put our heroin with Ryan the FBI cop and i think she is trying to make it easier for the reader to be up for this new romance, and mostly because now her book need to has more relationship between this two, even thou she is with the demon lord Rhyzkahl.
I like the book just or even more than the first and that is a little difficult because the first book is always the opening and make it one of the best or the most boring, is always difficult because you are opening something you are bringing something new and you need to have a great open for reader to keep coming for more, or at least a good end.
the book is full of suspense, magic, tragedy and much more. if you think you have see the last of this Author i can tell you that so mistaking her writing is just picking up and she is going to take the Fantasy/fiction/world by storm.
her book are wonderful and well put together to make everything work and the very end and make you see a detective in a another way.
i also like that she make our heroin look normal even when she is not, and mostly making her want normal thing and mostly because everyone want that, and she let her main character explore that possibility and not just eliminated completely.
this book are "you can stop until you finish" or at least until you find how the killer is.
this book has passion, sex, action and a lot of suspense and her killers are very interesting once everything is all put together, for you to find how fascinated it is.
Diana Rowland does a great job bringing this character to life and eve thou Ryan is a character that is very difficult to actually understand because you don't know where he stand, you want him close by.
For the book in general i can stop and i know it sound funny, but every book is different, and the thing is every book has it own story going for it, but them the story line always come together for the books.

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