A Demon's Witch by Tena Stetler

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Title A Demon's Witch
Series Demon’s Witch #1
Number of pages 314
Genre paranormal romance
Published 25th of November 2015 by The Wild Rose Press
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Received from Bewitching Book Tours

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Synopsis

Undeniable attraction and dark secrets between demon and witch promises to tear apart both their professional and personal worlds.

Keeping a lid on all the paranormal beings inhabiting Washington D.C., is a daunting job. Bruce, a six hundred year old demon and the Territory Overlord of the Western Hemisphere, keeps his finger on the pulse of DC’s power players through the activities at his highly successful Wycked Hair Salon. His movie star good looks and body builder physique keeps his dance card full and the rumor mills running.  Within these walls, his anonymity is safe, mostly.

Bruce’s world spins out of control when Angelique, a pint size, gorgeous witch, with an attitude breezes through the doors of his salon. She is the younger sister of Tristian, Bruce’s long time trusted enforcer, whose professional skills are second to none. Tristian is furious at the relationship between Bruce and Angelique, a dangerous situation, but something darker awaits them all. Yet undeniable attraction between demon and witch promises to tear apart both their professional and personal worlds.

Review

Recently I've been really into demon, since re-reading Angelbound, so this was perfect book for me. :) Bruce owns a beauty salon that serves mortals and supernaturals alike. In the supernatural world he is a demon, that overlooks Western Hemisphere. One day Angie comes in. She is opening new age shop down the street and wants to hand out flyers. Also, she is very powerful witch, trying to enjoy her freedom away from her brother :)

They feel immediate attraction towards each other, even though everyone warn them to stay away from each other. Bruce is dark and mysterious and Angie is confident and has a very spunky personality, although she is bit too forward at times. :) Despite their feelings, there is a lot against them from the start and the list just keep growing. 

We discover more about the world and we go deeper into the story. I like the setting and the world described, one complaint, not the biggest fan of dialogs in the story.

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Happy reading,

Anie

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  1. Thanks for hosting and the review for A Demon's Witch. I appreciate it. Have a wonderful week.

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