Dec Pub 9 Review of Princess of Lust by Ann Mayburn

Princess Of Lust
by Ann Mayburn
   Natalia is still trying to adjust to all the 
changes in her life.  She has lost her mother 
and the man that she thought was her father.  
She is half human, half demon princess and it 
feels like the weight of the world, or Hell, is 
on her shoulders.  And it sort of is.  She is trying 
to save Hell from chaos and now even angels 
are asking for her help on earth.
Review:  This is book 2 in the trilogy, For The 
Love Of Evil.  The author recommends that you read 
book one before reading the others and I will agree 
that it will help the story flow easier for the reader.  
But I read this book without the first and was able to 
follow along.  But the third book is definitely a 
requirement if you want to follow the story through to 
its ending as this book leaves you with a cliffhanger.  
It is a good book with a story line that kept me 
intrigued and ready to find out what happens next.  
So, I am off in search of the next 
book (Servant Of Lust)  
Theresa F
4 of 5 stars
only because I dont know what happens next

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