Tuesday, October 16, 2012

[Archive] LITERAL ADDICTION's Review of The Demoness of Waking Dreams

Stephanie Chong worked as a lawyer at a top-tier Canadian firm and completed five university degrees before landing her dream job: romance novelist. Her degrees include a J.D. and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto, and a Master’s in Creative Writing from Oxford University.
When she’s not writing, Stephanie enjoys yoga, traveling and outdoor adventures. She lives in Vancouver with her husband and their pug, Dexter.

The Demoness of Waking Dreams, book #2 of The Company of Angels series
Author:  Stephanie Chong


Even ANGELS can be tough... Ex-cop Brendan Clarkson is an angel with an edge. His tough exterior is the perfect camouflage for his job-hunting down the most dangerous criminals on earth. Brendan's a self-reliant and demanding lone wolf, constantly on the brink of clashing with his superiors at the Company of Angels.

Brendan is the perfect angel to track and capture demoness Luciana Rossetti. Luciana's cool, green-eyed beauty masks her true nature: inside, she's a dangerous and malevolent killer. Yet, she sees what most people don't-that beneath the layers of Brendan's rugged shell beats the heart of a passionate lover.

They are perfectly matched. Yin and yang. Angel and demon. Man and woman. But only one of them can win the battle of wills, of strength and of desire.

Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Guest Reviewer - Jeannette M:

I LOVE Stephanie Chong, the girl can write a book. 

This one had more action in it than the first one. 

I love how I felt like I was actually in Venice. 

She can describe a place like no one's business; I was actually there, I kid you not. 

This isn't like any other Angel Vs. Demon story, there is actually a lot of interaction between the two, and that makes this story unique because we always tend to forget about the bad guys/girls in the story. 

The message this book gave me was "There is good in everyone, no matter what horrors you committed or saw in life. There is always hope." 

I can't wait to read the next installment because I know it will be just as good.

LITERAL ADDICTION's Guest Reviewer gives The Demoness of Waking Dreams 5 Skulls.

The Demoness of Waking Dreams

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