Review of Slam Dance with the Devil (Demon Rock #2) by Nico Rosso

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Genre: Paranormal Romance, Erotica

Book Length (Est.): 203 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Book two of Demon Rock

All those wild rock stars you hear about? Some of them really are demons, sustained by the energy pouring off the audience…

Wild, destructive and immortal, rocker Kent Gaol has given up the search for his Muse—a demon’s one true source of inspiration, his forever partner. After losing the one woman he thought might be his, he’s convinced she doesn’t exist.

Hard-as-nails private investigator Nona Harris has been hired by a mysterious client to track Kent. She knows nothing of his truths, until one night when Kent tricks her on stage during one of his concerts. Amazingly, she not only senses the energy around the demons, she feeds from it…and it turns her on.

Kent never expected Nona’s response to be so intense, nor that she could enter his world and so thoroughly rock it. This is beyond a tumultuous love affair—this is a sexual and emotional bond that will change them both forever. A bond strong enough that now Nona’s shady client wants them both dead…

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from NetGalley on behalf of Carina Press in exchange for an honest review*

Kent Gaol is as reckless offstage as he is on it. Room parties with endless liquor and typical rock star behavior, like running around the hotel’s public pool butt ass naked, or setting things on fire, or crashing cars. You name it, he’s done it. Then again he’s had several lifetimes to achieve all of his rock stardom’s cockiness.

Nona Harris isn’t a push over. She’s determined. Determined to always get the bad guy. Ex-cop, now private investigator, she’s used to a life on the road and doing whatever it takes to catch the criminal she’s after. But Kent isn’t a normal target, and the further he tries to push her away the closer they get.

When a powerful, all-encompassing bond is forged there’s nowhere you can run from it. And not even witnessing ones true form will stop the magnetic pull. Two people will ultimately be changed forever. Their connection born to last eternity. That is, if they can survive what their passions ignite.

“Together, they can live forever. Alone, he dies.” 

I realize Kent is almost as old as dirt itself, but sometimes he rambles about nothingness and it’s not always easily understood. Nona is very wonton in her feelings, but I’m blaming it on her transformation. Though between those two things, there’s just something that doesn’t always flow right.

This is a story of humans, demons, Philosophers, their connections, their love, and their hatred. The storyline is unique and the sex is sizzling. If you want your rock stars not only hot, but bad, then demon rock stars are the way to go.

My Favorite Moment: Nothing like minor explosions. When sex is so hot it can actually ignite, there’s something smoldering about the idea. 

Overall, I give this 3.5 stars! 

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

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