Lucifer’s Daughter by Kel Carpenter

Queen of the Damned, Book 1

Synopsis: We’ve all heard the story of the Four Horsemen. Harbingers of the apocalypse. Destruction given form. Four of the sexiest—wait no—forget that. You get my point.
So imagine my surprise when I find out everything I’ve ever been told, is a lie.
But we’re getting ahead of ourselves here. Let’s start from the beginning.
My name is Ruby Morningstar. I run a tattoo parlor in Portland with my bestfriend, have a pet raccoon, a crazy ex that stalks me, not to mention this one little thing… I’m a demon. Half-succubus, to be exact. For the last twenty-three years of my life, that’s the story I believed, but on the day a handsome stranger bails me out of jail my world is turned upside down, and suddenly I don’t know who I am anymore.
Because the Four Horsemen aren’t the bringers of the apocalypse.
I am.
Talk about never catching a break.

Synopsis: I’m not a big fan of reverse harem. In fact, I can easily say that the only series I tried in this genre did not convince me. But never mind, I thought that I shouldn’t die a fool and that I should try another series to see if I could hang on to this genre.

In the end, I stay a little bit on my initial position because… the reverse harem, it annoys me ! Yes, it annoys me when all the men all want to sleep with heroine, when others are completely obsessed with her… And of course, to add a layer, our heroin is virgin. This is my second reverse harem and my second virgin! Well, okay, maybe it’s not mandatory, but it still pisses me off.

I look negative, don’t I? Yes, I know! But it’s just annoying! But, that aside, I liked the story, the author had some good ideas. It must be said that a novel about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, it’s still very nice and then, and they’re super sexy too, so how can I resist? Then there’s also our heroine, who could well be Lucifer’s daughter and who sees her life turned upside down overnight. Besides, after this end, it is not likely to get better!

So yes, the reverse harem, may not be my favorite genre, but I must say that I am curious to discover the rest of the story and I’ll launch myself into it with great pleasure because I’m sure that the author has a lot of surprises in store for us.

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