Review of The Demon’s Muse (Dark Desire #2.5) by Viola Calvary

“His life bled onto her hands…”

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Suspense

Length: 73 Pages

POV: Third Person

Description:

Leon and Mari’s dark story that created a legend for the ages.
Lost to time and the shadows that cloaked him even in his lifetime, the Puppet Master haunts myths and legends long after his death. What gave rise to this demon who was able to stand against the gods of his era? And what is he doing now that he’s escaped Death’s icy grip?
This novella from the Dark Desire series tells Leon and Mari’s story, intertwined with vengeance, lust, madness, and the ultimate game of death.

The Demon’s Muse is intended for a mature audience.

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received this book free from the author.*

It was a nice point of view, being able to see the man stuck inside Dahlia’s mind. He’s only been viewed as a creature of destruction and this sheds a little more light into the madness behind the monster.

Leon has a heart. You can glimpse it when he thinks about Mari. However, that doesn’t change the unscrupulous ways his mind plots out every action right down to his final moment.

“A single tear rolled down her cheek as she pulled the dagger along her lover’s throat.”

I’m now truly looking forward to reading book three, Drawn to Darkness. It’ll be interesting to see how this new information on Leon will possible change my ability to like him…or at least the man he may become.

“Gold energy twisted around him. Maybe Dahlia was right. Maybe another entity had gotten involved to make sure that fate would bring forth a second reflection of the soul they now shared.”

The Demon’s Muse is filled with graphic vengeance and a heartbreaking fate. I’m now more interested in the fate of the Puppet Master and all who surround him.

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

 

 

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