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Review: Demon Possession by Kiersten Fay

★★★ ½

Like to read about space traveling aliens? Me too! Ms. Fay is a paranormal romance write I can depend upon for a sweet and pleasurable read. When I'm in the mood for something heart warming and fun, I like to pick up her books and enjoy the time flying away to far away yet familiar worlds.

In this first book in the Shadow Quest series, it starts out dark with Analia fighting to escape her captivity. She remembers very little from her childhood. Every once in a while a dream may come and keep her going, but all she knows is that she can no longer live this with tyrant keeping her chained up, starving and a slave. Stowing away on a ship is her only hope of a different life.

Sebastian is a captain who knows every inch of his ship. He also is ultimate responsible for his entire crew. When a stowaway sneaks up on his ship and he doesn't realize it until it is too late, he is furious yet oddly attracted to her. The interactions between Sebastian and Analia are typical alpha male miscommunication with struggling female. It's cute if a bit frustrating at times. It does play into the whole men are from Mars and women are from Venus.

The journey the two of them take both physically and metaphorically is interesting and I want to read the next book in the series. This paranormal romance is recommended to alien lovers who enjoy a good space opera.

*provided by NetGalley


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