Try Me (Demon Underground #2) By Parker Blue

Try Me (Demon Underground, #2)This part-demon teen vampire fighter and her faithful terrier hellhound are once again patrolling the dark city streets of San Antonio, Texas. Val's hunky human partner, Detective Dan Sullivan, is giving her the cold shoulder since she beheaded his vampire ex-fiance. Vamp leader Alejandro is struggling to keep the peace between vamps, demons and humans. The mucho powerful Encyclopedia Magicka has been stolen, someone in the Demon Underground is poisoning vamps, and Val's inner lust demon, Lola, is getting very restless since Val's now partnered with sexy Shade, the shadow demon with the blond good looks of an angel. The second book in Parker Blue's Demon Underground urban fantasy series plunges readers deeper into a heady world of passion, friendship, intrigue and mystery. Parker Blue lives in the wilds of Colorado with her own faithful hellhound, and she's hard at work on the next Val Shapiro book in the Demon Underground series.

(Goodreads Blurb)

My Review
Try Me (Demon Underground #2)
Parker Blue
In this next part of the Half demon Val, she is just coming to terms that there are others out there like her. And realizing more and more that there are good vamps and bad vamps. But in this book is basically about the encyclopedia's her father had given to her. Come to find out they were stolen from the Demon Underground many years ago, and unknowingly Val has been the caretaker of these books. She decides to do the right thing and give them back to Micah, so the Demon underground has access to them. Big Mistake! Because on the night they are returned to Micah, at a social gathering for the vamps and the demons, someone ends up stealing them. So in this book Val stuggles with fidning the books, finding the thief, finding the person who is making the vamps go crazy, finding out where she stands with Dan, and finding a new love interest in Shade.

These books are very easy to get enthralled in, when I started reading it all I wanted to do was curl up and do nothing but read it, but alas life does get in the way, but I manage to read this when I got the chance. I love this world, and the characters, and character build up. I love how there are no full demons, just partial. Which in this book you find out why there are no full bred demons.

Continuing on this adventure with Val, Fang and the others, can't wait to see what happens next.

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