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by Penelope King


Start by marking A Demon Made Me Do It (Demonblood, as Want to Read . Her body hosts a demon named Lucky who is the complete opposite of that.

Start by marking A Demon Made Me Do It (Demonblood, as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Thanks to the mods and the author for providing this book for us to read. A Demon Made Me Do it was a book that I simply did not want to put down. It captured my attention from start to finish. Liora is a true introvert who wants to keep to herself, live a normal life, and not be bothered.

Penelope King graduated from the University of California, Irvine. She lives with her family on the Carolina coast. Lucky, the demi-demon by night had no choice but to wait and be awaken from dusk til dawn so she could do whatever she needed to do: hunt and slay demons, torment humans and bring justice to those who deserve it. Although she wanted to do all these in her own little time, she didn't have a choice but wait until Liora slept.

Home Penelope King A Demon Made Me Do I. Demonblood Series A novel. I love how he has the ability to make a journey through Hell seem less interesting than a trip to the dentist

Home Penelope King A Demon Made Me Do I. This book is a work of fiction. I love how he has the ability to make a journey through Hell seem less interesting than a trip to the dentist. To be fair, I’d already read Inferno when I was eight years old as part of my early demonhood education. Although that was nearly nine years ago, I still have perfect recall of each and every word, as with anything else I’ve ever read.

Demon King said, No, you love me. The Demon King truly believed Bai .

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A Demon Made Me Do It (Demonblood Book 1). 306 printed pages. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Penelope King is a fantastic author she has written this story about an individual character with two .

Penelope King is a fantastic author she has written this story about an individual character with two personalities and they live in two different worlds it’s like you get two for the price of one. I enjoyed this book so much I couldn’t put in down and was shocked when I realized I was near the last page.

I’d managed to make it through yet . .Next . A Demon Made Me Do I. pub. Books by same authors: Fire With Fire (Demonblood Series ., 10. Curse of Shadows And Light.nother day of school, only because I had the quiet cemetery to look forward to later. I wanted to be alone with my thoughts and dead people who don’t judge me. As much as I genuinely like Corrine, I hope she’s not looking for us to have some more girly-bonding time, as this comes into direct conflict with my desire to retreat from the outside world completely. Claim the "A Demon Made Me Do I. pub".

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The Complete Demonblood Saga. A Demon Made Me Do It. Penelope King. Half human, half demon Liora Greyson just wants to survive her final year of high school unscathed, her dark secret intact. But the walls she's carefully constructed to keep people out crack wide open once she meets the sexy and mysterious Kieron Ambrose, and he lights her cold world on fire. But it turns out Kieron has a few dark secrets of his own. Secrets that will either save or destroy her. Read online. It's been over two months since the day Lucky and Liora decided their fate outside the cave.

Seventeen-year-old Liora Greyson has never been a "normal" girl. Born of a demon father and a human mother, she's what's known in the underworlds as a "demion". Liora just wants to survive her senior year of high school, her dark secret intact. But the walls she's carefully constructed to keep people away crack wide open once she meets the sexy and mysterious Kieron Ambrose. The more she falls for him, the more worried she becomes. She can't let him find out she transforms into demon named Lucky at dusk...a demon with an entirely separate personality who spends her nights drinking, tormenting humans, slaying unsuspecting demons, and lusting after her gorgeous and unattainable incubus/hellhound BFF. But it turns out Kieron has a few dark secrets of his own. Secrets that will either save Liora...or completely destroy her. Fighting your demons is one thing. Having one who fights back, messes with your guy, and leaves you with nasty hangovers is total hell.
BlackBerry
She's Liora Greyson by day, Lucky the Demon by night. When Liora was in her sapie/human form, all she really just wanted was to be left alone. She didn't want to draw attention to herself. But then she met Kieron Ambrose and she suddenly saw herself in a new light. Keiron and Liora both had dark secrets of their own. And she didn't want Lucky to have anything to do with them.

Despite sharing the same body, Liora hated the demon inside her. Actually she hated all the demons because of what they did to her half incubus friend, Bones. She really hated Lucky and didn't want her in her life.

Lucky, the demi-demon by night had no choice but to wait and be awaken from dusk til dawn so she could do whatever she needed to do: hunt and slay demons, torment humans and bring justice to those who deserve it. Although she wanted to do all these in her own little time, she didn't have a choice but wait until Liora slept. This was caused by a spell cast by monsters that split her soul in two.

Now they both met Kieron and all hell broke loose. Literally. Both girls got interested in him, and vice versa. But how would Liora react once she learned that Kieron was the kind of guy she wanted to stay away from?

This was a great Halloween read, I enjoyed every minute of it! The plot was amazingly unique - imagine sharing the same body with a demon. Ugh! Actually, I pity the body that inhabits this two girls, because she gets used 24/7. No rest, no sleep, no time to hibernate! Plus the guys were to-die for. I think both Bones and Kieron were cute and loveable and sooo gorgeous! I don't care whether the other one had dark secrets or the other one was troublesome - they're both sexy as hell and I liked it!

Penelope King is a great author, I have no more words to say. I don't know how she had managed to create a mystifying fantasy that made a 30+ year old (me) swoon and giggle like a teenager. Yep, this is geared for the Young Adults, so what does a mom like me doing, reading Demonblood? Well, my answer is simple: I know how to appreciate a good read and Ms King's book is definitely worth-reading.
Froststalker
I REALLY like this book!! I think Ms. King did an incredible job with this story, and I do have to say that I cannot wait to read into this series further. We learn about Liora, who is a pretty sad, lonely person. She is cursed to be separated from her demon-side. Human by day; demon by night. On the flip side there is Lucky, Liora's demon. She is dead-set on dissing out justice to any and all she sees fit to somehow get revenge for her beloved friends. Soon a new guy rolls into town who isn't all who he seems to be, Keiron. He is too dang hot for his own good. Also, Lucky's friend, Bones, isn't so bad himself with his seductive ways. We always hear about angel stories, well now there's a new story about demons which I like almost better than all the angel ones combined!! This book ends on such a cliffhanger, though!!! I do understand the need to get people interested in the next book, but I absolutely hate having to wait to get the next book because I'm going to read it anyways!! I do NOT enjoy being left hanging. I high recommend this book to the YA crowd and those of you, who like me, are interested in the good AND bad paranormal creatures hatched out of imaginative minds!!!
White gold
What was interesting about this main character was that she was Demon by night, human by day. The POV varied with whether it was the human or the Demon in charge of the action.

I wish that the World Building had been more developed, because the idea of all the various Demon species was intriguing. Because the human part of the Heroine was a little wimpy, and the Demon part was a little too over-confident, it was harder to accept the Heroine as an appealing character.

I did like it enough to read it through to the end, so it was a decent read for me. I'm not sure if I'm invested enough to continue the series.
Fiarynara
So much angst! While the story was overall a good one, the characters being split into the good and bad halves made it hard to like either one. Yes, the author managed to capture the anxiety, frustration, and foolishness of being a young girl, but so many times I felt that she was either 14 or 30. I very much disliked that the demon half ignored everything rational - but was supposedly so amazing at what she did. To me, she came across as a fool.

With all of that negativity out of the way, the world, the concept, and the overall story was a good one. The theme was great. The writing was clean and clear, and I saw no typos (so if they were there, they were very minor!). Maybe I picked up the wrong genre for my personal tastes. Maybe I just wanted the female character(s) to be stronger? I am not sure, but sadly I won't be reading any more of this series.
Eayaroler
Most of the time I read the first free book and don't bother with the others in the series. This is one of the few times that I actually bought and read the other 2 follow-up books. This first can be read as a stand-alone - even though there is a cliff-hanger, it's not so compelling that it can't stop after book 1. It took a while before I bought the other 2. While I enjoyed book 1, books 2 & 3 were even better (as you can see from the reviews).

I kind of figured that at the end the 2 would again become 1 person, but didn't see how that was going to happen.

Also, I would have liked to see a better solution for Kieron, since he was a likable character.
A Demon Made Me Do It: A Demonblood Novel ebook
Author:
Penelope King
Category:
Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Publisher:
Ascendence Press (August 1, 2011)
Pages:
324 pages
Rating:
4.8
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