Title: One Wrong Step
Series: A Demon and Warlock 01
Author: Lee Oliver
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy
Publisher: Lisa Oliver (17th October 2017)
Length: Novella (92pgs)
Heat Level: Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥ 5 Hearts
Blurb: Friendless and forced to hide his magical powers, Robert is tired of being alone. After years of research, he believes he has finally worked out how to get the spirit of his friend Jack back from Purgatory. All he has to do is summon a demon. It’s All Hallows’ Eve – what could possibly go wrong?
When the demon Syron appears, things are not as they seem. For one thing, the attraction Robert feels is unusual and not entirely welcome. But that’s not the only thing he has to contend with. It seems Jack didn’t take his own life as he’d been told and when a visit to Syron’s home in hell turns ugly, Robert is forced to face the truths about his life, his family and most of all his attraction to Syron.
Review: This story started out for a blog for another author, but Lee soon figured out that she had another idea for this story. It turned out pretty good for Halloween.
Robert is just a little messed up. His mother died, he had no clue who his father is and he is being raised by an evil aunt. The one boy who was his friend and whom he fell in love with, had committed suicide. He had no clue why but he knew he wanted to find out. His powers exceeded his aunt, and he soon learns there is a reason for it. So what does this smart young man do, he summons a demon.
Syron had been told many years ago who his mate was to be, but he never wanted to hurt or scare him, so he waited. He had not expected his mate to summon him, and to help him find out why his love committed suicide. Things are sounding complicated.
To top it off, the aunt is up to no good, and it is proving to be just a bit more dangerous then they thought. Now this is a pretty good story that I have read. I wasn’t to sure about it at first, but the story caught my attention from the start and kept it there. Now as for the guys, well Syron would be my favorite if I thought about it, but Robert is coming off a bit way to young. Although I saw why soon into the story.
I actually found myself smiling at parts of the story and truly enjoyed it. I felt bad for the kid he was thinking about, and damn that was one screwed up community. It doesn’t really give you a back ground as to the people or the place like I had hoped. It felt like it started a bit into the middle of the story. It just felt a bit strange in the beginning. Other than my issues, I would definitely see my self reading this more than once.
I would definitely recommend this book.