Lizzie Grace and her familiar and best friend Belle Kent
need a break. They have dealt with human hunters, crazed
vampires and wild magic that seems to have taken a liking to
Lizzie. They only want to hide out from Lizzie's family and
run their shop, But, living in the Faelan Werewolf
Reservation means strange things happen, and Lizzie and
Belle and Aiden are about to be led on a DEMON'S DANCE, that
may have everything falling apart around them.
What looks like another crazed vampire is really something
Lizzie has never dealt with, and on top of that, the new
witch is coming to take over as reservation witch. With the
large wellspring of magic gone wild in the time without a
protector, it was inevitable that another witch would
arrive. Tired of moving around so much, she and Belle hope
to stay in this new home, but that will, of course, depend
on the witch that is sent to the reservation. If it is
someone known to her parents, then they will have to leave.
DEMON'S DANCE is a fascinating read that immediately draws
you in and takes hold of you until you get the end. We are
back with Lizzie and Belle and their life in the
magic-filled werewolf reservation with the gorgeous ranger
Aiden O'Connor and the local Regional Witch Association reps
Ashworth and his partner Eli. They are awaiting the arrival
of a new reservation witch. He turns out to be a cousin of
Lizzie's, Frederick Montague Ashworth (no relation to RWA
Ashworth) better known as Monty, who will keep her secret
but he wants answers. Interesting few moments when he
arrives at the shop and Belle pops him with a mute button so
to speak before he spills the family ties. Finally, as I
have been waiting to find out more myself, Lizzie gives
Aiden some of the answers to why she ran away and why she is
afraid. To say that Aiden was angry is a vast understatement
and though I would hate to see the end of the series, his
confrontation with her family will be mega. It is a little
sad that she doesn't believe her romance with the ranger
will lead to much more than they have, him being a werewolf
and her a witch, but I have faith in author Keri Arthur to
make things work out.
It is also amazing to me how Ms. Arthur comes up with her
baddies, in DEMON'S DANCE it is a soucouyant -- a fire demon
that sheds its skin to hunt. I even Googled it for the fun
of it and found a number of listings of this demon. Ms.
Arthur must have an interesting library.
If you love a romance mixed with demons, danger, touches of
humor and filled with wild magic then you have to read
DEMON'S DANCE. I am already impatiently waiting for the next
in this series.
After dealing with human hunters killing
werewolves for their pelts and a heretic witch determined to
claim the wild magic for his own, the last thing either
Lizzie Grace or Belle Kent need is a new evil burning into
When Lizzie’s asked to find a missing woman, she’s well
aware death awaits. What she doesn’t expect to find
is a very human pile of skin next the woman’s body. Nor does
she expect to be called to a murder scene that has the
classic hallmarks of a vampire attack… except the bite marks
don’t match any recorded vampire bite.
As the body count grows, Lizzie, Belle, and Aiden struggle
to find—and stop—whoever or whatever is behind the
atrocities. But there’s an even greater danger on the horizon.
The newly appointed reservation witch has arrived… and it’s
someone Lizzie knows.