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eBook Red Demon: A Gods of Midnight Novel ePub

by Deidre Knight

  • ISBN: 0451230450
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Deidre Knight
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Signet (June 1, 2010)
  • ePub book: 1977 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1844 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 482

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Red Demon: Paranormal Romance (The Gods of Midnight Book 3) and . The Red Demon, excellent read.

The Red Demon, excellent read. Deidre sure knows how to grab your attention and not let go till you turn the last page, then you are drawn to the next story in the series. If you havn't started her series of "Gods of Midnight" you need to begin with the first book. Published on June 1, 2010.

Deidre Knight continues her steamy saga of Immortal Spartans with Red . Red Kiss, book 2 in Diedre Knight's Gods of Midnight series, is stronger as an ensemble piece than it is as a paranormal romance.

When River's Spartan brothers fell at Thermopylae, River was the only non-warrior to follow the fallen warriors into death and to the banks of the River Styx. While in dagger form he was thrown into the river by a demon and was washed into the Atlantic Ocean. He did not know how long he had been in the water and was afraid if someone did not find him soon he would never shift into human form again.

Gods of Midnight Series. 4 primary works, 6 total works. A thrilling new series featuring seven immortal . ore.

Start by marking Red Mortal: A Gods of Midnight Novel as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Deidre Knight has outdone herself with Red Kiss, a novel that will rest on our keeper shelf. Deidre Knight has created a fascinating world of gods, demons, and immortal warriors. Knight’s expertise at combining sensuality and pulse-pounding action is on full display. What an exciting beginning to this new Gods of Midnight series! Very well-done by the talented Deidre Knight. I loved it! -Fresh Fiction. I can’t wait for more! -New York Times bestselling author Angela Knight. Hot Gates, hot men, myth, and magic in modern day. sign me up for more Gods of Midnight! -Jessica Andersen.

Read Deirdre Knight's posts on the Penguin Blog. Shay, the youngest of a powerful demon-hunting clan, can see the monsters that stalk the steamy Southern nights-an ability that draws the deadly attention of Ajax's worst enemy.

Read Deirdre Knight's posts on the Penguin Blog Eternity has become a prison for Ajax Petrakos. As Shay and Ajax race to solve a chilling prophecy-one that could spell Ajax's death if they don't succeed-a fated passion arises, threatening to sweep away everything in its path.

Includes an excerpt from: Red kiss (p. -386. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station07. cebu on November 4, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Red Demon: A Gods of Midnight Novel. Red Blooded: A Gods of Midnight Novella A Penguin eSpecial from Signet Eclipse. Red Angel as found in the On the Hunt Anthology. Red Mortal: A Gods of Midnight Novel.

Written by: Nina Lane Narrated by: Eliza Grace, Jay Crow Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins Series: Spiral of Bliss, Book 2 Unabridged Audiobook.

Red Demon (Gods of Midnight Part 1 of 4. 3:23:25. Red Demon (Gods of Midnight Part 2 of 4. Red Demon (Gods of Midnight Part 3 of 4. Red Demon (Gods of Midnight Part 4 of 4. Red Mortal (Gods of Midnight Part 1 of 4. 3:01:53. Red Mortal (Gods of Midnight Part 2 of 4. Written by: Nina Lane Narrated by: Eliza Grace, Jay Crow Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins Series: Spiral of Bliss, Book 2 Unabridged Audiobook. We both want this so badly.

She founded The Knight Agency in 1996, and has grown it to national prominence, shepherding clients onto every major bestseller list

She founded The Knight Agency in 1996, and has grown it to national prominence, shepherding clients onto every major bestseller list. Deidre began her writing career at age nine, when her award-winning essay on Barbie was published in her hometown newspaper. Her dream of writing romance came true in the form of her debut series The Midnight Warriors, which launched with Parallel Attraction in 2006.

In which immortal Spartans fight for humankind while battling their own desires... After assuming the power of life and death for the immortal Spartan brotherhood, Aristos Petrakos is brought a message from the other side- a romantic message he doesn't want to hear. Juliana Tiades, the long- dead love of Ari's immortal life, is desperate to reveal the truth about her death. She makes a bargain with a djinn demon, who offers to give her physical form. But as Julianna and Ari are reunited in passion, the debt must be paid-in souls and spirits...

Comments

BlessСhild BlessСhild
Before reading Red Demon, I kept thinking to myself that I had to be exaggerating my memories about how much I love this author and this series - how often do you get to find a new author to add to your favorites list? Well in this I am so glad that my memories are indeed for real! I absolutely, positively ADORED this book from the first paragraph to the last, literally! And I am happy to say that the series continues to get better and better - this is my favorite book so far! The story, both the plot and the romance, had me turning the pages way into the night. It was so entertaining that I literally considered staying up all night to read it...it was a pretty close call. The relationship between Ari and Jules was so cute and touching and, of course, steamy in all the right places. And to top it all off, this book made me laugh - and I love it when an author can actually make me laugh out loud. My favorite kind of book is the kind where you notice people are staring at you from the corners of their eyes, and then you realize that you are smiling/grinning like a mad woman(or man) at the pages of your book. I recommend this book to all paranormal romance lovers!! HAPPY READING!!
one life one life
The purchase was amazing, didn't take that long to recieve this book in the mail. I will continue to order from Amazon.com. The book itself, I just finished. Awesome, can't wait for the next one. IN fact, I am going to order the next book in this series from amazon.com as soon as I finish this review. The Red Demon, excellent read. Deidre sure knows how to grab your attention and not let go till you turn the last page, then you are drawn to the next story in the series. If you havn't started her series of "Gods of Midnight" you need to begin with the first book. All are awesome reads. In my opinion, Deidre Knight is one of the best rising stars in paranormal romance.
Xar Xar
I simply love this series. Deidre Knight has such a way with words, character development, putting emotions in print, hooking readers into the lives of her literary creations.
Goktilar Goktilar
I read this book as part of a series and it way okay. For me, there wasn't enough uniqueness between one book and the next.
Blacknight Blacknight
Deidre Knight does it again. A great book and easy to follow. With twists that are great. Can'y wait for the next in the series.
Granigrinn Granigrinn
Although his beloved died a hundred years ago, Aristos Petrakos still grieves his loss. Adding to his misery is his feeling of guilt as he believes that the love of his life Juliana Tiades loathed his shapeshifting and his wings so chose death by drowning in the Savannah River rather than an abomination like him.

Sophie Lowery visits Ari and informs him that she believes Juliana's spirit lives at her house and is trying to contact him as if she does not comprehend she is dead. He does not believe her, but cannot ignore what she said just in case his Juliana needs help and perhaps a miracle. Juliana wants to be with her beloved Ari so has not accepted she died a century ago. An apparent female angel gives her a chance to return to corporal form and she takes it; not grasping the Faustian deal she made. However, Ari has doubts that this is Juliana and besides he spent ten decades in remorse believing she rejected him. Juliana has to persuade her Ari to listen to their hearts.

This is an excellent Gods of Midnight (see Ted Kiss) romantic urban fantasy with a terrific premise as a second chance at love for a relatively short time together comes with the price of likely one and maybe two souls. Fast-paced throughout with a strong lead pair and a solid support cast to include Sophie the medium, a fuming Ares, a Djinn demon, and the Spartan Brotherhood; fans will need to set aside time as this is a one sitting red eye special.

Harriet Klausner
Naktilar Naktilar
This book took me forever to read. I kept putting it down and reading other books. I just had a hard time getting into it. I don't know why because I loved the previous book in this series, Red Kiss: A Gods of Midnight Novel. The second half of the book was better and I finally was able to dig into it, but to be honest I was just not that interested in Aristos and Juliana. The side stories of Mason/Nikos and Sable/Sophie were actually much more interesting to me and I found myself reading just to get more on those stories. I think I would have preferred the main story to be about Mason and Nikos and the side story to be Aristos and Juliana. The next book is about Leonidas and Daphne, and I'm afraid I don't have that much interest in them either and will probably be reading it more to see how the Sable/Sophie side story plays out.

The first half of the book was more 3 stars for me and the second half was 4 stars so I'm giving this one 3.5 stars.
Red Demon is a story where the robust characters actually come alive in the pages. The emotions are felt, especially when Ari searches deep for Julianna through the medium. There were moments my heart leaped when the two were together, and tried to sort through the past. When Ari was trying to explain the hurt he felt over her reaction to his wings and the miscommunication, it was such a tender moment, one cannot help but feel some sadness in their heart. Deidre Knight takes players, adds an awesome plot, and instills a wide-range of expressions, with some great pacing, to make this story a read that is positively hard to put down. - Linda L.