Saturday, 5 October 2019
Review: Seduced by a Demon King - Felicity Heaton
A fight to claim the heart of a bewitching fae female who might be his fated mate.
According to many in her clan, and the idiotic incubi who infest the fae town where she lives, Suki puts the suck in succubus. Down on her luck, and in danger of being kicked out of the family she loves, she’s determined to prove her worth by bagging and tagging a powerful male. When she sets eyes on a mysterious, panty-melting demon warrior in a nightclub, things finally seem to be going her way, but his shadowed aura and guardedness warns he won’t be an easy mark.
Seducing him is going to be the fight of her life.
When the battle is done, will the victor have the forever they want, or will this war cost them both everything?
Eternal Mates Series:
(This series is set in the same world as the Vampire Erotic Theatre series but can be read completely separately)
Kissed by a Dark Prince
Claimed by a Demon King
Tempted by a Rogue Prince
Hunted by a Jaguar
Craved by an Alpha
Bitten by a Hellcat
Taken by a Dragon
Marked by an Assassin
Possessed by a Dark Warrior
Awakened by a Demoness
Haunted by the King of Death
Tuned by a Tiger
Tamed by a Tiger
Treasured by a Tiger
Unchained by a Forbidden Love
Avenged by an Angel
Seduced by a Demon King
Vampire Erotic Theatre Series:
Cougar Creek Mates Series:
(Set in the same world as Vampire Erotic Theatre & Eternal Mates series but can be read completely separately)
Claimed by her Cougar
Captured by her Cougar
Courted by her Cougar
Craved by her Cougar
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Tegan never wanted to be king of the Second Realm but when his brother was murdered just after negotiating a peace treaty he was next in line for the throne. Tegan wanted nothing more than to go to war with the demons who arranged for his brother's death but he also wanted to honour the treaty that his brother was so proud of. The crown has been a heavy burden for the last thousand years and he just wants a little freedom from his duty when he sneaks into the human world for a few hours of fun.
Suki may be a succubus but she's never felt fully a part of her clan. Her powers aren't as reliable as they should be and she's not very good at seduction so she would have starved long before now if her sisters hadn't shared their power with her. Suki feels she has one last chance to prove herself to the rest of the clan and she's worried that if she fails she will be kicked out and left to fend for herself. Determined to seduce a man powerful enough to give energy to the whole clan she targets Tegan in a bar but the more time she spends with him the less she wants to use him for a quick hit of energy.
Seduced by a Demon King is the 17th book in Felicity Heaton's Eternal Mates series and was probably my favourite of the most recent stories. Considering it's a book about a succubus and a demon I wasn't expecting the slow build romance that we got here and I loved how sweet and almost innocent the beginning of Suki and Tegan's courtship was. Don't get me wrong there was still plenty of chemistry between them but they didn't rush headlong into a sexual relationship because Suki was afraid of hurting Tegan. At the same time Tegan was pretty sure that Suki was his eternal mate and he didn't want to scare her off by coming on too strong so they spent time getting to know each other.
These two were just really cute together, especially with Tegan being so naive of human customs and technology as he's not been in our realm for such a long time. He's quite a geek though and loved learning about new things that he could take back to his own realm to make life better for his people, Tegan is definitely a king who cares for his people. Suki had very little confidence in herself or her own abilities so it was nice to see her realise that she was far more capable than anyone gave her credit for. This was a really enjoyable romance that has helped rekindle my excitement for this series.
Source: Received from the author in exchange for an honest review
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