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  • Daimon

    Daimon is the sixth book in the Guardians of Hades series and we finally meet Mr Cool himself, Daimon. From the start, my heart has gone out to him. Just like Ares, he can't touch anyone without his power hurting them. Ares was lucky with Meghan but Daimon is still alone. Cass first showed up with Mari and Cal in book five. She is strong and not prepared to sit on the side-lines. She can't help but be near to Daimon. At first, she thinks it's just an itch but realises it's so much more. I loved this one and, to be honest, that took me by surprise. Although I have loved Daimon from the start, Cass came across as a bit abrasive in the other book. So I was delighted to find out there was a heart there after all AND the reasons behind her mask. As with the others, the connection is immediate but these two sure work hard to make anything happen. A cat and mouse game of give and take, one step forward, two back... and it was PERFECT! I am loving the overall story arc which becomes more intense with each book, plus the hint to Keras' book. A fantastic addition to the series that I absolutely recommend. Now I really can't wait for Keras! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. * Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!

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  • Great weekend read

    This is the 6th book in the series, and man-oh-man it’s a great read! I love that it has a good length to it! So I wasn’t flying through it wanting for more! These two love birds are like oil and water until they acknowledge and act on the growing bond and attraction. This book is sexy and will keep you on your toes. The love story mixed with all the action with the gates and impending war with the daemons it’s one heck of a rollercoaster! This is a great weekend read!

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  • Worth the wait!

    Felicity Heaton always sets up her characters to have continuing storylines, and this book does not disappoint! As one of the two brothers who have been most starved for physical intimacy since their time in the mortal realm began, Daimon can’t help but be a little jealous of his brother Ares and the woman he has mated with. Longing to touch and be touched by others, Daimon presents a front that appears as icy as his god-given abilities, which is enough to turn any sensible woman off. Cassandra is more than sensible...she is stubborn. Determined to thaw the frozen exterior to find the heart within, Cass refuses to let Daimon withdraw into himself more than he already has. What makes this book the most intriguing in the series so far is that this is the first time one of the female counterparts has been previously introduced, and the anticipation between the last book (Calistos) and this one has you on edge, begging for the resolution between the two main characters. A total page turner...you won’t want to put it down until it’s done, and then you’ll wish there was more!

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