Thursday, September 1, 2016

Title: Demigod Down
Series: The Succubus Executioner #2
Author: Kim Schubert

Olivia is an exceptionally talented killer with a dark past and a questionable future. As the head executioner for the Supernatural Council of the eastern United States, she patrols her territory delivering justice and death without remorse. 

Currently she is being stalked. 

Pfft, someone or rather some supernatural didn’t take their meds if they thought they could hunt her. Let’s be honest, she is enjoying the challenge and loving the fact that she gets to slice and dice once she finds them. Silly, silly supernatural. 

Of course, her stalker has been busy and it’s disgusting, heart wrenching work cleaning up, but someone has to do it. If only the idiot stalker was her one and only problem. 

Blake, who has grown to be an important part of her life, has a secret, and he isn’t sharing. 

Kass, her best friend, is marrying a shifter and drawing Olivia into a central role of Shifter politics she would rather avoid. 

Finally Governor Hash has found an exceptionally speedy way to end up on her most likely to kill list. 

Olivia is giving serious thought to revising her policy on not killing humans.


Demigod Down begins with Olivia being away from home for a while and taking care of a job. She is heading back home, but upon returning she realizes that Blake his hiding something, and she knows she can help, but he won't confide in her. 

Next, Olivia must deal with the humans, some missing shifters, and of course more issues with Logan the shifter alpha. But, Olivia is going to do the best she can do to help them all. 

However, this time may not be so easy trying to find the bad guy, figure out what's up with her boyfriend, and controlling the shifter problems, but Olivia must figure it out before it is too late. 

This book was really good! I actually cried a few times though, and I seriously hate Blake. I already didn't really like him in the first book, but this one just got worse. I couldn't stand him. 

I felt so bad for Olivia, but I also loved getting to know her better, and learning how strong she is. 

I can't wait for reading more in this series! It's a wonderful UF/Paranormal series! 
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