Title: Demons (Darkness #4)
Author: K.F. Breene
Pages: 173 Pages
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy
Source: Amazon Book Page
Rating: 3 Stars
It’s been a long road, but Sasha has finally claimed her role as the least knowledge mage in history. She’s also acquired a new, incredibly grumpy bodyguard, and a spunky new BFF. With her team by her side, she learns the ropes of this new profession.
Her experience level is about to be fast-tracked, however.
On a routine trip to check out a perimeter breach, she encounters a hideous demon called by an experienced magic worker. It is this terrifying discovery that unlocks a deeper problem: Stefan’s troubled past and the reason he gravely mistrusts the Mata.
While Sasha struggles to fight the physical demons, Stefan struggles to fight the demons of his past. If he fails, his future in Sasha will be lost.
*sighs* I love the Darkness series… I really do but this book felt like book 2 for me – it kinda flopped. I finished reading the book in about 3 hours and i kept tapping my kindle asking where the rest of it was. Content wise it was alright; I didn’t gush over it the way I did book 1 and 3 BUT there were some awesome points. Sasha finds unity, a family, her place in the mansion. She learns to firmly grab her authority and wear it. She even puts Stefan in his place once or twice. I love Stefan he is great and in this book you see some of his flaws and issues. Personally I was proud that he was able to work through them and even learn to depend on Sasha but at the same time I hope that Sasha whoops his butt AT LEAST once. 🙂 From the ending of the novel which was too short in my opinion I have learned there will be a 5th book in December which I am thrilled about. The final fight scene was epic at the end and had a good result. I am glad that Sasha learns to connect on some level with herself and others around her. She has seriously blossomed since book 1. Jonas is officially her mini shadow and Mini-boss coach – that’s cute too. We also learn a few things about Jonas that are a bit funny and unexpected as well. Poor Charles is still sort of the same as he has been- funny, annoying little brother type of comforting, and as always super horny. This felt like another bridge between segments and that’s ok. Bridges are important and necessary. I had just hoped for more.