Tori Reviews No Good Deed by Bill Blais

Posted July 17th, 2012 by in *Review / 1 comment

No Good Deed by Bill Blais
#1 in the Kelly & Umber series
Format: Kindle Book
Source: Received from Tour Company in exchange for an honest review
Reading Order:
1. No Good Deed

Synopsis: Kelly McGinnis has spent her adult life trying to do the right thing, but as a newly down-sized mother of twins and the wife of a man living with Multiple Sclerosis, she also knows that trying isn’t always enough.

While interrupting a scene of police brutality, Kelly unwittingly releases a real, live demon. After she manages to kill the creature through gut instinct and blind luck, she is approached to join a secret group of demon hunters who reveal an underworld of monsters and magic.

Against her better judgment, Kelly accepts the lucrative, if bizarre, offer; but when she meets Umber, a compelling incubus with an unexpectedly human story, she learns that the truth is far stranger and more terrifying than she imagined. – via GoodReads

What I Liked: I love reading books about paranormal creatures. There were definitely a lot of different paranormal creatures in this book. I really enjoyed reading this book. I couldn’t put it down. Bill Blais has a way of drawing you into the book and keeping you there. The book had a lot of action in it and I found the main character, Kelly to be very strong and interesting. I loved how she handled herself throughout the story; doing what was best for her family. She learned very quickly and wasn’t afraid to do what had to be done. Kelly truly loved her family and would do anything for them including joining a team of demon/monster hunters. I have never read any books by Bill Blais before, but I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

What I Didn’t Like: I would have liked to learn more about the other characters in the story and what happened to them and their families.

Recommended For: Any reader who likes a good paranormal book.

Avoid If: You don’t like paranormal books.

Tori

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