HER TOUCH IS DEADLY
As the only female Seminus demon ever born, master assassin Sinead Donnelly is used to being treated like an outcast. She spent decades enslaved, and now vows she'll die before she'll relinquish her freedom again. Then Sin's innate ability to kill her enemies goes awry: She creates a lethal new werewolf virus that sparks a firestorm of panic and violence.
HIS HUNGER CAN'T BE DENIED
Half-werewolf, half-vampire Conall Dearghul is charged with bringing in Sin to face punishment for the plague. And she's no stranger: He's bound to her by blood, and the one sexual encounter they shared has left him hungering for her raw sensuality. Worse, Sin is the underworld's most wanted and Con soon learns he's the only one who can help her . . . and that saving her life might mean sacrificing his own.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
In the third book in E.F. Benson's Mapp and Lucia series, we return to the town of Riseholme to find Lucia's husband Peppino's aunt has recently passed away, leaving him a lavish London home. Will they leave Riseholme for London? Or sell the property? Lucia quickly decides she wants the best of both worlds, living part of the year in each place. They were off to London in a jiffy, leaving her Riseholme neighbors to find for themselves and establish a new social order. And so they do, while also obsessively monitoring Lucia's new life as reported in the society pages. And Riseholme moves on: a committee establishes a museum, and various members of the gentry take up both golf and psychic sessions with a Ouija board. Meanwhile Lucia's life is indeed a whirlwind. The queen of Riseholme society is undaunted by London's social scene and manages to get herself invited to all manner of engagements. She even sets up a kind of parallel social hierarchy, attaching herself to Stephen, a young society news reporter who fills the role played by Georgie in Riseholme. But her superiority and snobbishness is challenged as well, and let's just say Lucia isn't always quite up to those challenges, and hilarity ensues. I love these novels for the way they poke fun at English society and, really, at people in general -- it's just these people are more extreme versions of ourselves.
Review: Sin Undone (Demonica #5)User Review - Goodreads
I'll be the wet blanket. I had to make myself finish the book. It has a long, convoluted plot about a disease created by Sin (the heroine), which attacks turned wargs, but can jump species as well ...