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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Demon Seed (Good Will Ghost Hunting) by Lesli Richardson

Demon Seed (Good Will Ghost Hunting) Book One by Lesli Richardson
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Full (209 pages)
Heat: Hot
Rating: 5 Books
Reviewed by Amaranth

Demon love...Will it be hellish or heavenly? Kalyani's about to find out.

Demon Seed: Book 1 Good Will Ghost Hunting Series.

Kalyani Martin is a virgin and has every intention of staying that way despite the overwhelming attraction she feels for the co-host of Otherworlds, her new ghost hunting show.

Devastated by the loss of his wife twenty-five years ago, Will Hellenboek is waiting to die. An archdemon, he bides his time co-hosting Otherworlds with his cousin, Aidan. His instant attraction to Kalyani is simply unacceptable to him. His only goal in life is his death, not sex. And certainly not love.

Ryan Ausar protects Earth from anything that would usurp man's free will. His job becomes much harder when his strongest archdemon stubbornly refuses to come back to work.

When lives are on the line, Kalyani, Will and Ryan must make the choice to give up what they hold most dear. Can Kalyani turn her back on the known world and find a little heaven on Earth in the arms of an archdemon?
Lesli Richardson’s writing voice always enraptures me on the first page and this book was no exception. Good Will Ghost Hunting has a very in-depth plot, so in-depth that I felt kind of left out in the dark in the beginning, but quickly caught up. I love the amount of time that is spent on setting up the plot and characters. Normally, I would feel that the author is droning on just a bit too much, but with Ms. Richardson’s writing, I never feel bored, only excited to watch the story unfold.

I absolutely love Kal and her internal debate. Even better was when she finally stood up to her strict father. I felt so bad for her when she was possessed and I had faith in her and in Will to overcome this horrible obstacle. Will was also a fun character and I felt so bad for him. He is so attracted to Kal, but avoids her like the plague. I enjoyed watching their budding attraction and ensuing relationship.

Luckily, this is the first book in a series, because this one book was not nearly enough to satisfy me! I wholeheartedly look forward to the next book in the series and any other book written by Lesli that I can get my hands on.