Title: Cambion’s Blood
Series: Cambion #2
Author’s Name: Erin Fulmer
Publisher: City Owl Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Page Count: 290 Pages
Author or Book Website: Erin Fulmer Writes SFF – liminal spaces and space heroines
Link to Amazon purchase page: Cambion’s Blood: Fulmer, Erin: Amazon.com: Books
Link to Goodreads: Cambion’s Blood by Erin Fulmer | Goodreads
Release Date: N/A
How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
“I may have been a whole damn mess, but I was a whole damn mess on a mission.”
Half-succubus attorney Lily Knight has blood on her hands.
Haunted by guilt, behind on her rent, and facing professional disgrace, Lily must figure out how to survive in the wreckage of her former life. To make ends meet, she accepts a contract job she never wanted but can’t refuse—hunting another demon murderer. This time, the victims are human, and a shadowy government agency will reward Lily with a way out of her dire financial straits.
If Lily doesn’t solve the case before the news gets out, fear and hatred will put all demonkind at risk from the proverbial torch-carrying mob. But when a young succubus on the run from the authorities begs for her help, Lily faces a new conflict of interest—especially after the suspect, Eve, reveals her father is Lily’s old frenemy.
Now Lily must juggle the pressures of a high-stakes murder case, her complicated relationship with her “not-boyfriend” Sebastian, and responsibility for a wayward teenager as she races to find the real culprit.
When her investigation brings her face to face with an ancient, implacable entity fixated on bloody justice, Lily must reckon with her worst fear: the truth about what went down with Eve’s father in the desert—and its consequences.
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. This one picks up a little after where the first book leaves off. Lily’s world is a little all over the place at the moment. She has her job, Sebastian, her ward, and friendships on the rock not to mention money issues that are not helping with all the rest that she has going on. Lily also proves that the past does not stay in the past it will come back to haunt you and bring with it new problems.
My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars