One of three remaining demon assassin witches, Colleen is almost the last of her kind. Along with her familiar, a changeling spirit, she was hoping for a few months of quiet, running a small magicians' supply store in Fairbanks, Alaska. Peace isn't in the cards, though. Demons are raising hell in Seattle. She's on her way to kick some serious demon ass, when a Sidhe shows up and demands she accompany him to England to quell a demon uprising.
Demons strike in the midst of Colleen's wedding, and Roz launches desperate measures. As she shape-shifts to keep one step ahead of evil, it takes her mind off her other problems. Personal ones. She burned through a couple of marriages and hooked up with a string of loser men before, after, and in between. Though she wants to be happy for Colleen, the jealousy bug bit deep.
In Roz's secret heart, she's attracted to Ronin, one of the Daoine Sidhe. He's so profanely beautiful she can barely breathe around him, but he's also headstrong and arrogant. Not good partner material - unless she wants to end up dusting her heart off one more time.
Jenna's a special witch, sort of, when her magic works, which it often doesn't. Frustration about her limited power eats at her. It would be pathetic to get killed for lack of skills a teenager could master.
Tristan is a Sidhe warrior. He fell hard for Jenna, but hasn't had an opportunity to act on the attraction beyond a few kisses. Kiernan is haunted by visions, particularly an apocalyptic sending that seems to be coming true. A confirmed bachelor, he doesn't understand his attraction to Jenna, but it's so strong he can't fight it. After a while, he doesn't even try, despite recognizing Tristan's claim to her.
Startling truths surface about Jenna's magic, and then there's the problem that she's falling in love with two very different men.
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By Sec.burton on 22-12-17
I love this book it was like you was there with the character and living their lives with them. It had romance,action,and comedy all in it. The author wrote this book with her heart and she makes you feel like you was there.
By The Book Junkie Reads . . . on 31-08-17
Hollie Jackson does an amazing job with her portra
Narrative Review of . . .Demon Assassins series . . . Hollie Jackson does an amazing job with her portrayal of each character. She gives them each a life of their own and brings an element of multiple narrators to the table. The tone, flow, dictions, and emphasis makes the read feel like a moving playing in your mind. The vivid words from the page come to life with flare. The ebb and flow of the surroundings make an impact on the visual concept. Getting all three books in one completed narrative audio was the cherry on top of the sin filled sundae. It was easy to listen on the go and not have to fumble around to change to the next book in the series. Everything ran smoothly. The consistency of having a familiar voice pick up the narration in the next and then the next book made me feel connected and have a relationship with the familiar characters. Hollie Jackson did an amazing job bringing Ann Gimpel’s world of Demon Assassins to life with it depth and content.