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Book Review: Hell Bent for Demons (The Devil’s Daughter Book 2) by G.A. Chase

Hell Bent for Demons (The Devil’s Daughter Book 2)
by G.A. Chase
Oct 11, 2018
Pages: 254
After riding the swamp of a serial-killing demon, badass Sere Mal-Laurette has moved to New Orleans to put some distance between the interdimensional beacon of her soul and the hellmouth. Hell, however, has other plans for her when a new horde of beasts is unleashed.

Sere will have to knock the rust off her fighting skills if she hopes to save herself and humanity from a fate worse than death. But she soon learns she can't do it alone, and she's going to need more than the help of a bartending former Navy SEAL who makes her weak in the knees. The bikers and gator hunters she's been using for sport during her bar brawls are going to take some serious convincing to join her cause--even if they are the ones most at risk.

By relying on those closest to her to repair her doppelgänger body, hunt down the demons that are out to get her, and protect her soul from the loas of the dead, Sere just might learn something about what it means to be human.

Sere decided to move to New Orleans in hopes that putting distance between herself and the hellmouth would stop her soul from being a beacon to demons. What she found, however, is that you don’t always get what you wish for. To protect herself and humanity she has to reach out to others to help her fight the demons that are coming for everyone.

Book 2 in The Devil’s Daughter series saw Sere continuing to hide from the loas of the dead while trying to find a way to help Monty Fisher separate from the demon whose energy melded with his own soul. The story is a unique one that hasn’t been overdone in this genre and holds your interest as you read. My only criticism is that I would have liked just a tad more romance thrown in for good measure.

Review: Hell in a Head Gasket (The Devil’s Daughter Book 1) 

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About the Author:
G.A. Chase's first official foray into writing was the science fiction series Technopia under the name Greg Chase.

But his passion for New Orleans pulled him from the stars back down to Earth. He fell in love with Big Easy the moment he ate his first dish of crawfish etouffee in a French Quarter restaurant. Gazing at the neighboring two-hundred-year-old structures, he announced to his wife, fellow writer Deanna Chase, that he could easily live in this city. Her look of shock indicated she thought he had been possessed by one of the city's demons.

That was in 2003 and that spirit still hasn't turned him loose. By writing stories inspired and based in New Orleans he hopes to placate his personal demons and angels.

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