Reviewed by Becca
TITLE: A Demonic Christmas
SERIES: Zodiac Pack #1
AUTHOR: Phoenix Hell
LENGTH: 90 pages
RELEASE DATE: November 10, 2016
It’s the Christmas season in 2016 and Tevan has been on the outs with his own family. But he’s been living with the local pack the Zodiac pack. While working he’s called to come to his friends law firm to help his ex and his ex’s boyfriend; he finds out that his ex and the current boyfriend is living in a haunted mansion.
The alpha of the Zodiac pack Alejandro reveals to Tevan that they are mates while they must deal with the fact they are mates and the supernatural demons that live in the mansion. Tevan reveals that he’s the protector of Milky Way, IL and could become a god if he so desired but he doesn’t. After defeating the demons, Alejandro decides that he and Tevan must marry, so that they can watch over the city. But do the Gods allow them to do so.
And who is the dark skinned man was walking along the road wearing a dark blue suit, and a royal purple cape. And what does he want with Tevan?
I love Greek mythology and was really looking forward to reading this book. Instead Of an enjoyable read, I found I was very disappointed.
This is probably one of the worst written books I have ever read. Much of the information in the book, such as facts, were written over and over again. It irritated me because it made me feel like the writer didn’t think I would remember anything.
It also drove me crazy that certain things were explained and shouldn’t have been. Like we don’t need to know every single step someone takes. It can be generalized. Even the sex scenes felt like they were just thrown together and turned me off instead of making me interested.
The fight scenes were not much of anything as all. Tevan is the protector of the town and he takes his job seriously, but instead of it being an explosive battle to draw your attention, it was more like Tevan taunted the bad guys and poof he threw magic at them and it was over. Nothing in this book drew me in or captivated me and I’m sad to say I found myself skimming over the words because I was bored and just wanted the book to end.
There is nothing I can explain about this book that would appeal to anyone and it has made me not want to read anything further from this author. I definitely will not be picking up the rest of this series.