September 03, 2019

#BookReview for How We Sell Our Souls (In the Darkness #1) by Emilie Lucadamo


Synopsis: When George Soto turns twenty-six, his life is less than perfect. 

Stuck in a dead-end job, watching his friends pass him by, it’s quickly starting to feel like he’s going nowhere. 

When he finds a strange ritual meant to contract a demon, he doesn’t imagine it could possibly work.

Until there’s a demon standing in his living room.

George doesn’t know what a contract with a demon entails, but it seems like a great opportunity to get revenge on his awful boss. 

Gradually, he and the demon—an abrasive entity who calls himself Jack—form an alliance.

But as things heat up between them, George almost doesn’t notice the increasing darkness in his life. 

The nights are longer, the shadows grow heavier, and the world around him seems to be distorting.


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Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟
My Review: This one was pretty good. It could have been way darker though.  I can not believe how much this author got into this little story of less than 200 pages.  This one reminded me of a young adult story that had demons in the real world and it was pretty good as well. This one for those who are looking for a new paranormal story might want to check it out.  The story/world could have used more detail but enough was given so it wasn't bogged down.  I will think I will check out book two.  






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