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The Egyptian Demon's Keeper eBook Cover. Written by Ciar Cullen.

The Egyptian Demon's Keeper is an eBook written by Ciar Cullen. Within this work, the character known as Eliza is a half-succubus cambion.The second book in this series, The Egyptian Demon's Daughter continues with this theme as well.


Overview

  • Title: The Egyptian Demon's Keeper
  • Author: Ciar Cullen
  • Published By: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B002NOGDZW
  • Publishing Date: September 8, 2009

Plot Summary

Love—it's the real thing. And complicated as hell...

Archeologist Eliza Schneider assumes her meeting with an exotic stranger in the Egyptian desert was a heat-induced hallucination...until he materializes in New York. She has to give the tall, handsome Egyptian high marks for originality with his pick-up line: they're fated to save the world together. The master/servant thing goes a long way toward sweeping her off her feet, but it's easier to believe he's just another in her long line of poor romantic choices.

Kasdeya, the Fifth Satan, waited eons for his Keeper to find her way to his tomb amongst the ancient ruins. He only has a limited time to convince Eliza that her role is critical to help defeat the loathsome Deumos, a female demon who has laid her claim to bearing his child—a child that will bring down mortals.

Trouble is, Eliza doesn't even believe Kasdeya is real. If he can't convince her he isn't an illusion—and neither is their love—Deumos will win.


Book Review

The following review is from the Amazon.com link in the External Links below:


  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Long and Short Romance Reviews
  • Reviewed On: February 4, 2010
  • Reviewed By: Mary Mcfarland


Ciar Cullen has created a marvelous adventure, with a delicious hero and a strong heroine in Kasdeya and Eliza. The interaction between the two, when Eliza thinks he's a figment of her heat stroke is hilarious. The gradual acceptance that she is not insane, and that she has a destiny far beyond what she expected is a delight to read. When Kasdeya say to her that she was "born under an enchanted star", it brings back the words of Eliza's grandma, and goes a ways toward convincing her of her destiny.

There are several very hot romantic scenes between Eliza and Kasdeya, she comes to love him and chooses to be what she is fated to be. I loved the way Ms. Cullen lead Eliza slowly but surely ahead to become The Egyptian Demon's Keeper, with all that the position entails. This is an entertaining book, and I recommend it to anyone who loves to see good triumph over evil, and love conquer all.


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