Review: Here Comes The Son

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This is an entirely different take on demons and Lucifer. It has an autistic MC, a lesbian character and a non-binary character. Absolutely loved reading this book!! No super smexy times, but a lot of love, affection and understanding. 5 Stars from B Hall

 

Review: Here Comes The Son

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“I loved Lalo, he and Iggy were great characters and they were lucky enough to have a kickass group of friends. I really liked how Lalo wasn’t magically “cured” by what happened to him, he did everything he had to as himself. All in all a very enjoyable read with a totally unexpected ending.” 5 Stars from J Smith

 

Review: Here Comes The Son

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“It feels weird, to sit here and say “I felt pure joy and warmth” when I’m reading a book about a demonic war on Denver. But that’s where we are now. I loved Iggy and Lalo, and Wendy, and Lalo’s foster family, and Shell. The ending was transformative, and if it doesn’t move you then I don’t know what to tell you. ” 5 Stars from J.V. Speyer

 

Review: Here Comes The Son

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“I always LOVE authenticity and detail Dahlia has in her books, it’s so unique and refreshing to read, especially in this book. Here comes the Son was a delight to read full demon hunting, relationship shinangans and righting the world over meal times.” 4.5 Stars from Cupcakes and Bookshelves

Review: Here Comes The Son

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“This intriguing take on demons and the devil is a thoroughly entertaining story from beginning to end. It’s a wonderful mix of action and danger tempered with witty dialogue and silly situations.” 4 Stars, Becky at The Romance Reviews