Fang Me (Demon Underground #3) By: Parker Blue

Fang Me (Demon Underground, #3)
The vampires want it. The demons want it, too. And someone is willing to kill Val for it.

Val and Fang have to find the powerful Encyclopedia Magicka before either of San Antonio's warring underworld factions locate it or the consequences will be deadly for the entire city. As usual, Val's vampire enemies (they still call her The Slayer) want her dead. Even some of her fellow demons may be less than trustworthy, since they'd like to grab the legendary book of spells before she does. Val has a personal claim to the Encyclopedia - her demon father left it to her when he died - but someone stole it recently. And that can't be good.

Battling vamps and dodging demons, Val struggles to unravel the mystery and find the thief. At the same time, she's fighting her attraction to sweet, sexy Shade - her favorite shadow demon. Rumor has it that Val will lose her part-demon, vampire-fighting powers if she gives herself to him.

With a crowd of vamps and demons out to trick her or kill her, it's not a good time for her to risk her job as the city's best vampire hunter by falling in love. The stakes are high and aimed right at her heart. But Lola, Val's hungry little lust demon, doesn't like being denied. Will Lola finally get her way?

What's a part-lust-demon-teen supposed to do? Whatever it takes.

(Goodreads Blurb)

My Rating & Review
Fang Me
(Demon Underground #2)
By: Parker Blue
The further I get into this series the further I just want to stop everything and finish what's out of these books, though I have too much on my TBR and I don't want the series to get stale by reading nothing but it. But however this series definitely keeps me wanting more. This last book Fang Me, definitely kept me on my toes, I knew who the bad guy was in a sense, but couldn't figure out how or why things were happening the way they were until the finale and BAM! It was all laid out, it was awesome.

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