My edition: Kindle Unlimited
Series: Queen of the Damned #1
Genre: Fantasy, Reverse Harem, Demons
Rating: 4.5 stars
We’ve all heard the story of the Four Horsemen. Harbingers of the apocalypse. Destruction given form. Four of the sexiest- wait no- for get that. You get my point.
So imagine my surprise when I find out that 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 sotry 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.
Talk about never catching a break.
I have always loved books and stories such as this. Well not the reverse harem aspect but I’m not complaining about that because come we all know I love that. But I am talking about the Four Horsemen. Growing up in a Catholic home I was raised to be scared of the Devil and his demons. But alas I, Jamie Belmudes, love books that romanticize demons and sometimes Lucifer. *Gasp* I know. It’s horrible.
But hey don’t you judge. Okay. I love when books, and hopefully movie will get it right, cast Lucifer as the most gorgeous man of all. Because hello he was once God’s favorite. No way is he some old decrepit man.
Anyloserville I fell in love with this story of Ruby and the four horsemen. I loved Bandit the most. Makes me want a pet raccoon. It’s another thing I like. Trash pandas are adorable. What does make me sad is at the end of the book I found out only three books are out and it’s a five book series. No I am not sobbing in a corner. (Deadpool whisper) Yes I am.(End whisper)
Well I guess I can move on to the next two books. Most likely finish them this weekend and start the miserable feeling of waiting for a book to come out.