This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on August 18, 2013
And yes, people, there is something hotter than a Scot in a kilt. Try an irascible, horny vampire Scot in a kilt. The downside is that this one is taken by his own hellish, hottie of an ax-wielding lass so you’ll have to go find your own.
[quote]“With ye, I don’t want your land or money. I don’t need power or prestige. I just want ye. I love ye, Aella. I love it when you’re angry and outspoken and killing things. I love ye when ye claw my back to ribbons and scream to wake the dead. I love that ye are not meek or mild, or willing to let others make your decisions.” “Even if it does drive you mental and I need to have the last word?” “Because ye do those things.” “So we’re stuck together forever?” “And ever.” “Seal it with a kiss?” she asked with a sensuous smile. Her Scot did better than that. He made short work of their clothes, his powerful hands ripping them from their bodies while she laughed, a young, girlish sound, carefree and wanton. Niall to Aella
Eve Langlais (2013-07-24T14:03:10+00:00). A Demon and her Scot (Kindle Locations 1740-1747). Kindle Edition. [/quote]
The Welcome to Hell series just seems to get better and better with each new series installment. This was hands-down my favorite so far. This author is the paranormal romantic comedy boss.
Lucifer sends one of his best hunters, the demoness Aella, to locate the best golfer ever to help him improve his golf game so he can win aka cheat his way into the winner’s circle for the upcoming once a century golf tourney among the gods. A disgruntled Aella heads out armed to the teeth to bring back the Scot in question. She’s not impressed with her first view of the male that practically lives at one of the most seedy bars in Hell, but has obviously skipped on the hygiene in his centuries-long depression.
Niall hasn’t given a care for longer than he can remember. He once had ambition and dreams, but the betrayal of a woman dashed them all. He loved golf, but he’ll never go near the green again after what happened the last time he played the game. Lucifer’s emissary won’t take ‘no’ for an answer and even calls what he’s been doing pouting. Her sassy tongue riles him and for the first time in a while he takes an interest. The female is bold, brassy and oh so deadly. This combo turns him on and like the raiding clan chief he once was he goes after what he wants. Aella isn’t an easy conquest and he soon learns that he wants more than a one off. And Aella seems to want more too. Their sudden emotions scare them both and send them running only to be brought back together by common purpose- Lucifer’s golf game.
Aella and Niall blazed up the sheets and then some- okay a castle wall, a brothel bed, a four-star hotel…yeah, they were quite the pair. No shyness or coyness here, no sir! The kilt and toga were whisked away faster than a blink. Niall totally made up for lost time and came blazingly to life with his gorgeous lamas demoness who he felt decidedly possessive over. Though this was tic for tac since she was just as jealous over her brawny vampire Scot. Things certainly happened fast, but it was such a fun romp that this is never a consideration.
Plot, pace, characterization and passion all come together to make up an abso-fab reading experience. I suppose the golf game was the impetuous for the story, but I didn’t even care because I just wanted to snort, grin, laugh, sigh and squirm over Aella and Niall’s antics.
I would recommend this story/series for those who are looking for quick, light-hearted and hot paranormal romance that can make you laugh and sigh from the heart all in the same sentence.
My thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this story in exchange for an honest review.
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