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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“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

Book Review: At War With A Broken Heart

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“All the feels and then some! Poly relationships in books can be tricky to pull off under the best of circumstances without having an odd man out–someone who doesn’t quite fit or isn’t a necessary part in the relationship. Despite that, Dahlia Donovan makes it look like a walk in the park, and she does it with style, giving us a three-man relationship with the May-December trope as an added bonus.”

5 Stars from Becky at The Romance Reviews

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