Blessed By a Demon's Mark

Kat Redding #3

The Kat Redding series is the best urban fantasy series I have read in a long, long time! E.S. Moore has taken the vampire legend, and added his own twist, to make one of the best series out there ever. Kat is such a kick ass character, she feels for those she loves, but walks the fine line of caring too much. After all in her world if you care for someone, that could get them killed. Kat has a difficult road ahead of her, with choices to make that could not only affect her but those that she loves the most. She has to confront her feelings for Jonathan, which she is now one step closer to where I want her to be! I think they make a good pair, she just needs to hurry up! Blessed by a Demon's Mark is well written, with a few twists that I did not see coming. It also has an ending that had me screaming no! That says something about an author when you don’t want the story to end. Well done Mr. Moore!

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Kat needed an escape after the death of her brother, so she flees to the little town of Delai where things are not what they appear. When she senses something is wrong she leaves, vowing to herself to return. When she gets home she is faced with problems she has let herself forget. Like the bond with the Luna cult and her beloved Ethan who she had left alone. The reason being that Kat is being hunted by Countess Baset. Baset is the terrifying vampire who wants Kat to become her assassin. To make matters worse she has to deal with the Demon Beligral and uphold her bargain. Adrian, super alpha werewolf, is hell bent on making her his mate, and he will do whatever it takes to make it happen.

Kat Redding Series: To Walk the Night / Tainted Night, Tainted Blood / Blessed by a Demons Mark


Book Blurb for Blessed By a Demon's Mark

In a job like this, there’s no retirement plan

Kat Redding’s life is dangerous enough when she’s hunting the rogue vampires who prey on Pureblood humans. But now that Kat is thinking of getting out of the killing business, she’s faced with a slew of new problems. Like the demon Beligral, who offers help at an escalating cost, and the werewolf cult with whom she’s entwined professionally and personally. And then there’s Countess Baset—the terrifying vampire who wants Kat to become her personal assassin.

It’s no wonder that Kat has been seeking refuge in the mysterious town known as Delai, a place where she can shed her Lady Death persona and live a life that’s as close to normal as she’s ever known. But even in this haven, something feels askew. Delai is a little too serene. And the more she discovers, the more Kat realizes that the only choice left to her is not whether to do battle, but which side she’ll risk her life to defend…


Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2012 5.00