Desire roused the demon within him....
Wanting to live freely as a human, half-incubus, Tristan flees the Wardens. Broke and starving, he accepts Cory's offer of a paid photo shoot, never dreaming he'd find a man with whom he could be aroused and erotic in his own body without having to submit to his demonic half.
Psychically sensitive Cory didn't meet Tristan by accident; he volunteered to find the beautiful, exotic man for his patron. Cory had never before been able to touch a man without discomfort and soon can't stop, but the hotter the sex gets, the more he can sense the darkness Tristan is trying desperately to escape.
Cory will do anything to keep Tristan safe, even if it means going against both his patron and the Wardens. Cory must learn how to soothe the demon—and to love the man within.
Where does Demon's Dance rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
After reading the reviews i didn't know if i wanted to get this book. I'm glad I did. Tristin and corey's story was good, enthralling even. The creepy older guy was weird but i understand why he was there. I'd listen to this story again.
What other book might you compare Demon's Dance to and why?
Which character – as performed by Max Tatch – was your favorite?
Coreys (smooth and sexy) Tristin ( submissive) creepy older guy (great accent)
If you could take any character from Demon's Dance out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Corey, i could be friends with him
Any additional comments?
I probably have said it before but max thatch has an amazing voice, i think i might be a little in love with it.
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This book left me feeling a bit out of sorts actually. I thought the first part of the book was really good. The various twists and turns in the relationship between Cory and Tristan really drew me in and the possibility of what Blanco was up to was an interesting hook as it made me wonder where the story was going.
However, after the showdown at Cory's art showing I felt it lost something in the writing. It was almost like the author had spent all the time building up to the showdown that they weren't sure how to finish the book, leading the writing to become sluggish and sort of all over the place after that climax. Almost like the story peaked too early and lost the dramatic punch 2/3rds of the way through.
Even so, I did enjoy the beginning of the book and the ending, while it left a bit to be desired, held together enough that I could get through it. However, with the way the book finished I'm not sure I'd give the author another chance.
Unbelievably bad. I kept hoping for a redeeming factor; however, it never came. Though rating required I fill in a minimum of one star, I am more inclined to give it none.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Demon's Dance to be better than the print version?
The audio was fantastic. Unfortunately, being blind, I can not compare with the print.
What did you like best about this story?
The Narator! Each voice was distinct and Mr Tach made me feel like I was there.
Any additional comments?
If Ms Brett ever has another book on audible I'd so buy it!