Review - Black Annis: Demon Destroyer by Aubrey Law

By Carmen, 5 September 2018
My Copy of the Book

Year Published: 2018

Genre: Paranormal


No More Nice Witch.

Allied with the werebear Skye, Black Annis continues her quest for revenge and her mission to destroy all demons within the city of Los Angeles and beyond.

Skye had mentioned the 'rush' of shedding blood and her own addiction to its intoxicating effect. I knew all about the thrill of battle far more than she could ever imagine. Just as two lovers experienced each other's naked flesh, I intimately knew the excitement of adrenaline surging through my veins when fighting to the death. This was a true obsession and once victory in battle was tasted the desire for more never really faded away. Especially when extinguishing the life of a hated enemy, the rewarding rush was orgasmic and still, in my expert opinion, better than sex. Even spending a long sleepless night in bed with one of the Nephilim, the unique half-human and half-angel species, with their unmatched skills in providing pleasure, didn't feel as good to me as whenever I destroyed a demon. There was no greater ecstasy or better euphoria than slaying the monsters of Hell that had tormented my imprisoned soul for what seemed like an eternity.

About the Author:

Aubrey Law is a fantasy writer from Los Angeles, California who shares a house with two adopted dogs: a spoiled Siberian Husky named Maximus and sweetheart German Shepherd named Logan. If you're looking for an intense dark fantasy thrill or a lighthearted fantasy laugh, you've come to the right place. All of Aubrey's stories are written for New Adult/Adult readers.

Connect with the Author:

Twitter: Aubrey Law Twitter

Buy the Book:

Amazon: Amazon Purchase Link

My Take on the Book:

Black Annis is quite a grey character who has faced a lot of obstacles in life, and a person can understand why she is the way she is. The hybrid offspring (Cambions) from human women sired by Archdemon Juban sound pretty creepy at times, and the Bloodworms also seemed quite gross. I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:

I’m definitely looking forward to the next update on this book.