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  • Fun series

    A great way to read all three books that make me laugh. Book 1 A fun find that was full of snark, one liners and a young heroine who is blatant and in your face. What Clem thinks is what we read about. More snark, swearing, and sex references then some other urban fantasy, but it was still a great read and not full of nasty sex scenes even though Clem fights demons using her sex appeal. More light S&M and talked/thought about sex instead of graphic sex. I liked the story and the few twists that showed up. Especially liked the ending. Quite a few scenes were a hoot and made me laugh. Clem and the vampires Nic and Kisho were especially funny together. Book 2 Clem, Nic and Kisho are back and the story was funny just like the first one. Clem is her usual funny, sarcastic, say what's on her mind. Clem and Kisho are in Tokyo hunting for a kitsune. And Nic is back home training Vlad. The story bounces between Clem and Nic and is full of eye rolling scenes. It is so brash and funny and full of random things Clem says that made me go WHAT? Never quite knew what was going to happen next as they all seemed to be wondering through the story with a supposed destination in mind (I think). But that was part of the fun of reading it to see what crazy thing happened next and who would show up next. Book 3 Clem, Nic and Kisho are back and just a snarky and crazy as the previous books. Their interactions among themselves and others are a hoot and so worth reading. They are not the "typical" good guys. They just make me laugh. This story was full of action, snark, and steamy scenes here and there. Just a blast to read to see if they would win against the Vampire King. I thought the story was well written as usual so I felt I was right there and could easily picture everything. Liked the random twists that popped up.

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  • Clem Starr: Demon Fighter Box Set - books 1-3

    I found Demon Child to be a very good read one that is hard to put down. Clem Starr is a demon hunter who uses her sexual woes to entice a demon before killing it. She starts working with two vampires Nic and Kisho .She wonders on there relationship and is surprised in the end. Things are not always what the seam. She has feelings for Kisho but things turn south because of her actions on a job. But all is not lost as Kisho will be joining her on her next job. Moonlight Virgin is the second book in the series and continues where book one left off. Clem and Kisho are in Tokyo hunting for a kitsune Nic is at home.This book is more from Nic's pov . The characters are great the story line with it's twists and turns keeps you wanting more in a good way. Vampire Prince is the third book in the Clem Starr series. Clem, Nic and Kisho are back and not just them... hmmm you may wonder well read the book to see. The story keeps you captivated ,characters are great with lots of personality. A hard to put down book like the rest roller coaster ride from beginning to the end. this book ends and not on a cliff hanger. There are more Clem Star books and all can be read as stand alone. But I would suggest start from the beginning. You wont regret it.

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  • Cake

    Rote story but complete. Too much emphasis on cake.

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