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Demon Wolf

Demon Blessed, Book 4
By: Nikki Sex
Narrated by: Sarah Puckett
Length: 10 hrs and 29 mins
5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nikki's new stand-alone paranormal romance.

I was raised by my serial killer father. 

I crave connection, but love is not an option. That’s why I’m a “one-and-done” kinda girl. With my terrible secrets, I can't risk getting too close to anyone. So how does super sexy heartthrob Kalev manage to sneak his way into my heart?

Should I take a chance on love?

But Kalev is not the man I think he is. In fact, he’s not a man at all.

©2018 Nikki Sex (P)2018 Nikki Sex

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  • 12-31-18

pretty good for what it is

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was surprisingly good. I had 2 big reservations going in. The first was that this was the 4th book in a series and I was worried Id' be totally lost. I'll admit that there were some pieces of the story I didn't fully understand (mostly backstory stuff) but I still followed what was currently happening and enjoyed the story. That leads me to the other reservation I had, which is balance. Knowing this is classified as Romance Erotica, there is always a large chance that there won't be anything but sex and relationship angst. Thankfully, the author does a good job of balancing that stuff (and there was certainly a good portion of it) with action (of the non-sexual variety) and actual story line. The narration by Sarah Puckett is very well done. She does a great job of providing voices for characters and making the story engaging.

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A sizzling read!

Should she take a chance on love?

Loved loved this series and when I saw the next four, I immediately jumped at a chance to read it because wow, this series is absolutely stunning.

This book was so addictive. So consuming. So wonderfully and beautifully written.

Loved the narrator - such a refreshing voice!

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Great addition to the Series!

This is the fourth book in the Demon Blessed Series, and this is a great addition to the Series. This story can be listened as a standalone, but you don't want to miss the first books. Sarah Puckett did an amazing job with the narration, as always! I received this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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Just as fantastic as the other books

I loved the first 3 books, and this one was no different. I'm a huge fan of the series. The story-line was so good! I couldn't stop listening to this. I had to know what happened to Theology!

I would recommend this book and the rest of them to any paranormal romance lover

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  • bluepits73
  • @AudiobookObsession Houston, TX
  • 01-28-19

A great addition to the series!

Of the Demon Blessed series, this one can be listened to as a standalone where the first three books of the series are not good as standalone novels. The author did a great job of pulling me into Thea and Kalev's story. Thea's past is tragic in its nature and leaves her thinking she is hallucinating and crazy. It is fascinating to see how the author ties all of the events in Thea's past to Kavel and the whole Demon Blessed universe. I love the magnetism and passion between Thea and Kalev and I feel as though the author did a great job developing them as characters.

Sarah Puckett is easily one of my favorite narrators. I haven't come across anything she has narrated that I haven't loved. She is the kind of narrator that I would buy a book by an unknown author because I know if she is narrating it, then it has to be good. Just as with the first three books of the Demon Blessed series, Sarah does not disappoint. She provides another fabulous performance in this book and really brings out the passion between Kalev and Thea.

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An Intense, Steamy Listen!

This book is an intense, steamy listen that grabs you from the first words to the last! I listened to this in one sitting and found myself getting irritated when I got interrupted! It's that good. You don't have to read the three books before this one but it would probably help when backstory is mentioned; that said, the story isn't hurt by not reading the series in order. The narration was well done and really added to the listening experience. Sarah Puckett did a great job with the voices and inflicting emotion when appropriate but not overly so. Overall, a really enjoyable listen I feel is worth your time.

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great story

very interesting and captivating story the story had a lot of twists an unexpected moments I enjoyed the story very much the beginning was a bit harsh but it's a very important part of the story I loved it and the narrator was incredible
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Interesting story

This is my first book by this author and narrator. I was new to the world and characters she created. Both author and narrator did a good job of holding my attention and I believe everything came together beautifully in the end. It makes me curious about the first three books in the series.
I received a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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Demon Wolf

Although this is book four it is the first I have listened to. I had no problems with this book as a Stand-alone but sometimes there were references that had me very interested into getting the previous books to see what happened. Narration as always with Sarah was amazing!

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Really great story with an awesome plot twist

I really enjoyed Demon Wolf. The long and dragged out soliloquy’s that make Demon Blessed much longer than it needs to be are not present in Demon Wolf. Thea is a childhood victim of horrible parental abuse from her father, who lives her life in a way that distances her from the insane lunatic her father is. She is afraid of “seeing” stuff and keeps herself medicated to prevent it.
Kalev saw her and his Wolf wanted her, but she was human. He knew it was impossible. So he left her, twice. However, after his life-threatening abduction, he could not stay away. And he pulled out all the stops to have her, no matter how wary she was. Slowly, he gains her trust. But just when he reveals himself, Thea is abducted. She learns a lot about herself in captivity. And she rescues herself. Like the strong woman she is.
How she rescues herself had me sitting up with surprise. I really loved her strong alpha personality and how Kalev knew what she needed.
I received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. The narrator still mispronounces some words consistently, but not as much as in the previous set.