The Summoner by Alisha Steele
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full (177 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/F, M/F/M, M/F/F, Ménage, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 4.5 Cherries
Review by: Fern
The enemy may be his only hope...
Fallen angel Kasdeya hates all mortals. They’re little more than playthings, as far as he’s concerned. But when he finds himself facing a thousand-year prison sentence, he has no choice but to call on the one woman who might set him free: the Summoner.
His plan is simple...seduce her for his own purposes, then throw her away. If only she weren’t so argumentative, so intelligent. If only she weren’t so damned sexy!
The Summoner is an erotic story that packs one hell of a punch. Who knew demons, aka Fallen, could be so darned sexy?
The hero, Kasdeya, is as naughty as he is nice; a Fallen from the gates of Hell. As punishment for bedding the concubine of his brother, aka Satan himself, he is placed in purgatory for one-thousand years. Unwilling to accept that length of time stuck in a realm of grey, Kasdeya calls upon the summoner, a human with the ability to bring him into the mortal realm. Hoping to seduce and then deceive her into releasing him, he soon discovers there is more to the tiny female than a gorgeous body and beautiful face.
Alexandra doesn’t know she’s a summoner. All she does know is that the voices calling to her from the mirrors are driving her crazy. A dangerous slip and a nasty knock on the head sends her to a place she never knew existed, and waiting just inside the grey reality is a breathtaking man with an impressive set of raven black wings. But when he reveals himself as a demon, she knows that as much as he excites and tempts her, he is not to be trusted.
This story is a true joy to read, and not only because you’ll melt into the upholstery due to the mind blowing hotness contained within. I loved the concept, as well as the alternate reality created by Alisha Steele. Hell, quite literally, has never looked so good. The writing is tight, the pace is fast, and you’ll devour the entire story in one sitting.
I definitely recommend The Summoner.