Saturday, December 4, 2010

Review: Demon of Christmas Past by Yolanda Sfetsos

Demon of Christmas Past by Yolanda Sfetsos

Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Darkness is cheap, and demons like it…

Noel doesn't like Christmas. The festive season always seems to be riddled with bad luck, but this year he’s determined to change his attitude. After decorating his tree with a string of lights, something happens and one of them explodes causing a woman to magically appear inside his living room. 

Natala’s been trapped inside a string of Christmas lights for a long time. Grateful to meet a kind stranger willing to offer her hospitality, she hardly has enough time to enjoy her newfound freedom. Now that she’s free, so is the demon responsible for her imprisonment. 

To defeat the dark threat, Noel and Natala are thrust into a whirlwind adventure where trusting each other leads to a lot more than either expected.

Hunter's Review

I enjoyed a lot about this book. I thought Noel was an usual hero—he’s slightly confused, depressed, and not a real go-getter. It was a bit like reading about a friend’s husband instead of a romance hero. Natala is definitely the stronger character in their relationship, which was refreshing.

I found that the beginning of the book was disjointed. One second he’s doing one thing, the next something else, and finally we’re thrown into a plot.
But once the book gets going it really gets going and the love scenes are hot. I think anyone who wants to read a really unusual take on a Christmas story will love it.

4 Tea Cups!

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