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Reviewed by Missyb0103
Bent on writing an expose about a sex club called The Aeonion, Jane asks her two best friends to come with her to the club. At this club, the members like to dress up like supernatural beings. Once in the club, the three girlfriends meet up with three handsome men. What the ladies don't know about the men is that one is not playing at being a demon, but is one. What happens when you play with fire?
I really liked the idea of the story, three friends, meet three friends but one is hiding a secret. Who is, and what will happen kept my interest. The 6 different characters and how they paired off was a good match. I feel the author did a Great job making each character their own and the personalities were fitting. Of course the guys were hot and yummy. Great sex scenes for whatever you like, makes Demonic a worthwhile and sexy read.
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Reviewed by Cece Johns
Jane Brooks has been assigned to write a story for L.A. Underground, a publication that features the spicy and seedy sides of the city. Jane is to find out what goes on in an exclusive sex club, Aeonian, where people dress up as either supernatural beings or their groupies. Researching a sex club isn’t really something you do by yourself, so Jane invites her friends, Emily Torres and Suzanne Quinn, to dress up as groupies and go with her. As the three girls walk in, they meet three guys, also going in, who immediately cast their eyes on the girls who most interests them. Dressed as three demons, Marcus immediately hones in on Jane. Damien checks out Emily, and Jake asks Suzanne if she likes to do dirty things in public. Yikes, there’s a rumor that these three aren’t merely dressed as demons, one of them actually is a demon, and his human friends are devoted to him, but not one can tell which is which.
Is it Marcus, who likes to dominate and needs a sub? Is it Damien, who is an artist and paints S&M scenarios, or is it Jake, who soon has Suzanne on his lap and his hands under her skirt?
As each of the women starts a fast and furious relationship with the men, they compare notes, and after talking to others at the club, they are almost certain one of the men is a demon, but can any of the women give up her man in case he is the one? Is there is any way Suzanne, Emily, and Jane can create lasting relationships with these demons, and not one just based on sex?
Sheri Whitefeather has written a unique story written from each of the girls’ points of view. Marcus is a sensual hypnotist, and Jane feels herself falling under his spell. Jake tells Suzanne the men met as teenagers and were dabbling in the occult. Together they conjured up an evil demon, and when he attacked them, it was only a guardian demon that came to save them, and he remains in their group. Damien looks like an angel but seems the neediest. Emily is a good girl and senses that being around these men who pretend to be demons is attacking her soul, and feels she must get away.
All three couples make up the main characters, and the sex and mystique of the men is what draws the women to them. The men are hunky and yummy, irresistible to almost any mortal woman.
DEMONIC is a quick read that, at first, I thought would be too creepy, but it turned out to be interesting and fun. I don’t usually mention the cover, but it is X-rated (might need a plain brown cover). Give it a try even if you don’t usually try this type of book, and especially if you do.
Reviewed by Cheryl
Jane is writing an article on underground sex clubs. She asks for her two friends, Emily and Suzanne’s assistance. Jane, Emily and Suzanne head to Aeonian—Jane scored a guest pass. Aeonian is a member only club. As the ladies are entering the club, they are joined by three sexy men. Their names are Marcus, Jake and Damien.
The three ladies quickly pair off into couples. Jane with Marcus, Jake with Suzanne, and Emily and Damien. The ladies learn that there is a rumor that surrounds the three men. It seems that one of them is a real demon and the other two are humans protecting him. The ladies aim to uncover if the rumor is true but can they handle the truth?
I can guarantee that when I pick up a Sheri Whitefeather novel that it is going to be sizzling. Demonic is no exception. This book is a yummy morsel of pure sex and good reading!
I could not pick a favorite couple as I liked them all for different reasons. Marcus and Jane have a BSBM relationship; though it was on the light side or at least that is the way it was portrayed in the book. Suzanne and Jake were on fire and could not keep their hands of each other. Finally, there was Emily and Damien. While they were just as hot, their relationship shared a deeper connection.
Reviewed by Diana Troldahl
Jane Brooks is a journalist for L A Underground a publication focusing on the less acceptable and sometimes seedy side to life in Los Angeles. Her current assignment was Aeolian, a sex club with a paranormal twist. People joined to role play with groupies wanting the fantasy of sex with a supernatural being. Demons, werewolves, vampires, fairies and any supernatural creature imaginable could be found within the walls of the downtown club, inhabiting rooms catering to all sexual tastes; voyeurism, BDSM, or any creative sexual play the human or parahuman mind can conceive.
On her first visit, Jane brings along her two best friends. They were college roommates and formed a strong friendship despite their differences. The visit to the club seems to highlight their differing personalities; Suzanne, a fashion designer finds herself engaging in highly public displays of affection with Jacob Keller, Emily the history teacher meets artist Damien who wants nothing more than to ripen her innocence into a sweet enjoyment of passion, and Jane connects with Marcus Monroe, an unabashed dom looking for a sub. As each of the women observe what the club has to offer, they learn more about themselves and realize they can never go back to the uninformed lives they led before, but are uncertain exactly how far down the path to sexual adventure they will tread. Will they let fear stand in their way or learn to trust in the men who call themselves demons?
Hot. Hot, sizzling, steamy sexy writing characterizes this glimpse into the lives of three women who venture off the beaten path to hesitantly explore their sexuality. Sheri Whitefeather provides an interesting plot with hint of mystery. Among the three main female characters a reader is likely to find at least one with which they can closely identify, making the experience that much more intimate. Whew! I suggest you read DEMONIC with plenty of iced tea at hand and brace yourself for some of the best erotica around.