Thursday, November 26, 2015

Ayden. Deamhan Minion by Isaiyan Morrison (Deamhan Tales, #2)

Ayden. Deamhan Minion
by Isaiyan Morrison

My rating: 5 stars

Series: Deamhan Tales - Book 2
Publication Date: November 14, 2015
Publisher: Isaiyan Morrison
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Print Length: 79 pages
Available from: Amazon
For over a hundred years Ayden, a Metusba Deamhan has waited for the chance to avenge his sire who met a bloody end at the hands of Anastasia, a Ramanga Deamhan.

Being an obedient servant to Kyra, the oldest of their kind, he finally gets his chance to have his revenge. However there’s one small problem. He’s heavily indebted to Anastasia’s offspring, Maris and Kyra wants him to kill her.

He must decide. Be the obedient Deamhan minion to Kyra, who used the darkness inside him to fuel his rage or protect Maris, who saved him from that same darkness for a second chance to feel again.

The choice isn’t going to be easy. Then again, when has anything in his long tortured life been easy?

Ayden. Deamhan Minion by Isaiyan Morrison
(Deamhan Tales, #2)

Ayden. Deamhan Minion (Deamhan Tales, #2)In the world of supernatural creatures fighting to survive, there will always be a tale of painful loss, of undeserving final death, survival of the fittest, and revenge. Ayden’s sire died protecting his own, knowing he was no match for the Ramanga Deamhan, Anastasia and Ayden’s time for retribution has finally come. Will a debt owed stand between the long avowed moment or will Deamhan justice be served?

Forget the romance, forget the supernatural love triangle, this is dark emotion; this is the pain of loss and retribution. Isaiyan Morrison is back with under short tale highlighting the characters in her Deamhan series. Ayden Deamhan Minion brings Ayden to life, his relationships with others and his place in the Deamhan world.

Never look to Isaiyan Morrison for fluff, but know that she promises to leave you feeling like a part of her world, safely living each moment like a fly on the wall. Welcome to the dark side, where truth can be as painful as ignorance and even kindness has a caveat.

I received this copy from Isaiyan Morrison in exchange for my honest review.

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