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    Demons just want love?

    Imprisoned his entire life, Lucifer is released with not a word, and left to rule over a dead land. Fortunately he has enough of the knowledge imparted by his mother before she died, and from the translations he’s done for his jailors, for him to pass through the portal into a new world. However, he now has to learn about this world and how to live in it, so he can conquer and kill all the dragons. He has to – he promised mother! Elspeth is a kind and loving dragon, missing the gene that makes her greedy and vicious. Her perpetually sunny outlook is an annoyance to all around her, but that doesn’t phase her (or even occur to her). She meets up with Luc and decides that she’ll be his friend. Friends? Friends with a dragon? Lucifer would laugh, if he knew how. But sure enough, she works her way through his defenses, and he comes to (ack) care for her! When the king becomes aware of humans and dragons going missing in Ireland, he sends Babette and Elspeth to check it out. However, it may be that the perpetrator is the very person Elspeth has decided is her other BFF. Lucifer may be a demon, but he couldn’t drain all these bodies – could he? Would he? Another fun romp in the Dragon Point series! The storyline is full of twists and turns, and you don’t know “who dun it” until the end. Is it Lucifer? Or is someone trying to pin this on him to get him out of the way? Read to find out!
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    Mmmmm give me more dragons and demons!

    Demon Walking is signature Eve Langlais’ mixture of dark and light, with a “things aren’t always what they seem” theme. Elspeth is bright and bubbly, but this exterior hides a tormented psyche. Luc is dark and tortured, but this hard shell hides a soft heart that needs love and belonging. These two getting together is a perfect balance, but not just because one is good and one is evil . It’s their layers that make them perfect for each other. Now, I can’t not mention Babette. She appeared in Dragon Reborn and is pure joy in this book. She’s outrageously sarcastic, funny, and ready to fight like the best of the Silvergrace dragonesses. I’m praying to the Langlais muse that another Dragon Point story will come out and include Babette!
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    Awesome!

    Loved! Sweet, sexy, fun, hot! A must have for any book collection. Well worth your time and money!!
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    Demon walking

    Luc is set on vengeance for the suffering of his people. Elspeth is determined to see the positive in everything. And then humans and dragons start going missing.... Oooh this story was awesome. It cleared up a few things from the previous stories and opened up a whole new can of worms. Babette and Elspeths relationship is a lot a fun to read. Especially as the story progresses. The absolute arrogance that is abundant in this Dragon world makes me smile. The way the characters are written and the story is told brings a certain humour to their arrogance. I can’t wait to see how this world evolves further.
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    Demon Walking

    Yet again another great book. A great conclusion for the storyline. Love the dragons and their attatud with just a hint of crazy. Always keeps my coming back for more.
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