Monday, 26 May 2014

Demon Hunter And Baby by Anna Elliott

Publisher: Wilton Press
Pages: 255

Ever since the End Times, magic has been leaking into our world. Magic and demons, shadowy beings that possess humans' bodies and destroy their souls. The Monastic Order of the Knights Templar have revealed themselves to the world as guardians and defenders of the veil between the demon world and ours. But the Templar Order is growing weaker, and the veil is starting to shred and tear. Often all that stands between humans and complete demonic possession are professional demon fighters, Hunters like Aisling McKay.

Aisling already has enough to handle between her day job, her (very unplanned) baby daughter, Willow and avoiding Kieran, Willow's father and a Templar Knight. But now a new danger is abroad in London and facing it will set Aisling on a collision course with the past she thought she'd escaped for good.

I absolutely loved reading Demon Hunter And Baby by Anna Elliott, which is set in London, in the UK! It reminded me of Jana Oliver's Demon Trappers series. The book is written from my favourite character, Aisling's perspective. I loved reading about her hunting Demons, as much as her looking after Willow. I really enjoyed reading about the Elementals within this book, and how the End Times affected both them & the Otherworld they lived in. I really like the cover of Anna Elliott's Demon Hunter And Baby, it's fun, quirky and eye catching, but also fitting for the story within. Demon Hunter And Baby was well thought out and well written, I would definitely recommend it. I can't wait to read the next book in the Aisling Mckay series.

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