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Gothic outcast Natalie Sugarman bartered her soul for her dying mother's life 16 years ago to a boy demon who could stop time. Now, days before her 21st birthday, the lifelines on her palms are slowly vanishing, and she knows it's just a matter of time before Satan's little helper collects.
Natalie's tried numerous times to kill the demon and regain control of her soul's destiny, but she always falls short. When she decides to try and gain the element of surprise for her next attempt, Natalie seeks answers about his location from a freaky, glowing-eyed fortuneteller. Creeped out by the psychic's methods, she bolts from the reading and misses the warning that the demon who stole her soul is always closer than she thinks.
After some strange incidents with her new boyfriend, including a hot, levitating sex session, she realizes he's the grown-up version of her little nightmare and that he's returned to collect on their deal. Natalie must figure out how to win her soul back from the demon before her lifeline completely disappears and she becomes his forever - even if that means making a deal to damn three other souls to take her place.
Demon at My Door is a new-adult paranormal romance with very mature scenes from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Michelle A. Valentine.
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Not great, but not bad.
I received this audiobook for free to review.
I felt that the story was fine, nothing amazing but OK to listen to. I feel the author could have done a bit more with the story and that it would have made a good series. The ending feels a bit rushed and non climactic. But if your after an easy listen then it could be the book for you.
The narration was fine, however it did feel a bit stilted at times. Also a few words/sentences were repeated at times but it didn't affect the overall story.
- Lauryn G.
The story was suppose to be set with college students but it felt more like high schoolers. Besides that the narrator seemed kind of boring. I was given a free copy for an honest review.