Hot-blooded, prideful, feral, Lana Malesuis is a demon. She has sworn an oath to heal her war-torn, dying species. Her method: drain human blood, use it to fuel her dark magic, reap human misfortune. She has come to the town of White Sulfur Springs to cull.
Cold-blooded, ruthless, conniving, Jame Asher is a human. He has sworn to avenge his wife and baby girl, killed by demon magic. His plan: destroy demons’ portals, deprive them of their human blood supply, exterminate them one by one. He has come to White Sulfur Springs to kill.
But when they meet, and he takes Lana as his prisoner, the last thing he expects to see in her wild violet eyes is the frightened innocence of a young girl. For her part, Lana never expects to feel anything but hate for the most feared demon hunter on Earth.
Neither of them expected it to become something more.
Lana Malesuis is an Alien from another planet here on Earth trying to do whatever she can to save her dying species. The problem is the famous "demon" hunter has just captured her and now he will do whatever it takes to wipe out these Aliens because of what was done to his family.
However, he never imagined that he would start to see Lana as more than just a demon. That's what happens, and Lana ends up falling for him as well. But will he really do all he can to help her, or does he still have another objective?
This book was very interesting when I started reading it. Then I really thought it would be kind of predicable towards the end, however, I was very wrong. The end was like a huge bomb being dropped with no help in sight of what's going to happen next.
Blood and Sin was a very good read! It had very good lead characters, some interesting Aliens with powers, and a dash of romance. But, it does have a major cliffhanger ending that will have you wanting to punch something. I know I did. I nearly threw my Kindle at the wall it made me so angry.
This is a good kind of anger though, because the book was very good! Now, I'm anxious to read the next book in this series. I just hope it doesn't leave us with this type of ending.