In the battle of good vs evil and angel vs demon, Luciana Rosetti is a demoness. Not just any demoness, as she has the ability to enter dreams, and has the thirst for revenge after being abused and tormented time and time again in real life by men, and even as a demon. Each year she must sacrifice a victim to keep herself out of hell. Brandon Clarkson is a guardian angel, a cop killed in the line of duty. His Company of Angels assignment is to capture Luciana and bring her back. Brandon is already tormented himself in his dreams, and Luciana tries to use this to her advantage - but finds out the ability goes both ways! Can Luciana be redeemed, and can Brandon come to terms with the way his life ended?
This book is book two in the A Company Of Angels series by the author. (See my review on book one here) You don't need to read the first book in the series to understand what is going on in this one at all, but you'll recognize characters and understand a few things that are going on a little bit faster/easier.
I was so excited when I heard that this book was coming my way, because I really enjoyed the first book of the series! Not to be disappointed, The Demoness Of Waking Dreams lived up to my expectations, and I'll admit I stayed up waaaay too late because I did not want to put it down without finishing the story! (I am sitting here impatiently taping my feet now waiting for the next part of the series!) I'll admit that I didn't quite expect the ending. The author does a grand job of reeling the reader in with great characters and a great storyline that clearly will be spanning more books. I think you'll enjoy this one especially if you are into paranormal romance.
The Demoness Of Waking Dreams by Stephanie Chong is a paranormal romance fiction mass market paperback published by Harlequin MIRA. It is 368 pages long. The suggested cover price is $7.99, and you can purchase it at your favorite local bookstore, or online via sites like Amazon. It is also available as an e-book for the Kindle and other e-readers.
I received a copy of this book in order to read it and share my thoughts on it. All opinions are my own, and not that of the author(s) or publisher.