Monday, September 26, 2016

REVIEW: Children of Hellions by Mia Michele



Children of Hellions
Hosts and Hellions Book 1
Mia Michele




Ela, a bookstore owner who has been raising her autistic brother since their parents abandoned them nearly fourteen years ago, finds herself embroiled with Lucian, an upper level demon who has, after millennia, finally had a crisis of conscience. When Lucian realizes that Ela is the answer to saving a small Canadian town from a war between demons, he creates a plan that will utilize a demon, a mortal, and even heavenly hosts in order to save humanity. But will it be enough? And is Lucian fighting for Ela, or is Ela just the means to secure his own demonic power?






This book was fascinating and one I have never read before. It had a very unique tale to it with some interesting twists and turns. It was well written, and I had a hard time putting the book down once I started it. The characters were amazing and I loved how the author threw in about Autism into the story. It was an ingenious way of keeping my attention from beginning to end. It's a refreshing read on a Paranormal story with a slight twist. I am slightly disappointed by the ending, because I am not much on hang you high cliffhangers, but the author has piqued my interest to read the next book. I highly recommend this awesome read to all Paranormal lovers.



The author provided me with a digital ARC copy of the book for review purposes only. No remuneration was exchanged.

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