Demon Kissed : Demon Kissed

  • by H. M. Ward
  • Narrated by Martha Lee
  • Series: Demon Kissed
  • 10 hrs and 15 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Valefar boy tricked Ivy Taylor into kissing him, but he took much more than a kiss - he stole her soul and left her within inches of death.
By surviving, Ivy is drawn into the conflict between the Martis and the Valefar. The war between these two immortal forces has raged for millennia without distraction. Until now. Ivy is an anomaly - she is the only person who has ever walked away from a demon kiss alive. Her survival gives her unique and deadly abilities. Too powerful to ignore, Ivy is a threat to both armies. These two ancient enemies will stop at nothing to kill the seventeen-year-old.
Surviving is nothing new for headstrong Ivy, but her survival has never depended on another person before. This time it does. And if she misplaces her trust, she's dead. To her horror, she starts falling in love at the worst possible time - with the enemy. He appears to be protecting her. But she can't be certain if he is trying to help her, or help himself to her power.
For Ivy, trusting the right person is the difference between love and survival, or a deadly demon kiss.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

good story, bad narrator

Martha Lee (narrator) ruined the book for me.what would have been quite a good read, turned into an exercise in patience! her overly dramatized voice and the way she emphacizes and pauses dramatically at inappropriate times, made me regret purchasing this book.
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- A. Sunmonu

Not bad, some good twists.

What did you like best about this story?

The characters continued to evolve and motives and actions were revealed consistently throughout the book. Good ending.

What about Martha Lee’s performance did you like?

A little hard to get into the accent of the main character at first but eventually it grew on me.

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- Joycinta

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-28-2012
  • Publisher: H. M. Ward Press