The Hawaiian Islands in spring should be a romantic paradise, but along with rekindled passion, Amber and Irix discover a magical spell gone horribly wrong.
Two sex demons could set Maui aflame with desire, but there's another creature with a more lethal inferno planned. Defeating it and saving the island will take all of Amber's newfound powers, as well as the help of friends new and old - especially since there's more to this enemy than what first meets the eye.
©2015 Debra Dunbar (P)2015 Debra Dunbar
How can this and the previous book be so full of overly complicated/detailed and frankly unnecessary botany information yet consistently make this ridiculous mistake of referring to pineapple trees.
this character Amber is written so ditzzy I have been yelling at the book... I think the authour is trying to build suspense ... however it makes one feel the the character Amber is beyond stupid. the main series Imp is fun and entertaining , with brain cells.
The way the Character of Amber develops as she grows up
Its just a feelgood book bit of romance bit of explicit sex and an (implausible) story that just takes you along - not a book that needs a lot of brain power - great for listening to when a bit tired.
The book is well read with easy to identify characters, not sure it really gains from reading but definitely doesnt detract.
Be interesting to make a film that could be shown in mainstream cinemas as parts of the book are definitely a bit risque and more likely to be found in a porn film - still if 50 shades could be made into a mainstream film who knows
Suggest reading the first books of Imp series and Demons of Desire first as this is a development and spin of a character that first appears in the imp books. Could probably be read stand alone but better if you have the background on Amber and demons and angels or it might make less sense.
Looking forwards to more books in the series if Debra plans to write them - there is certainly scope for continuing the story
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