Demon's Asylum: an Aether Vitalis Novella

Demon s Asylum an Aether Vitalis Novella Falling in love with your doctor is always dangerous Especially when your doctor is a vampireLondon George Wickham has always been able to see the true natures of the creatures around him it s j

  • Title: Demon's Asylum: an Aether Vitalis Novella
  • Author: Mercy Loomis
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  • Page: 186
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    Falling in love with your doctor is always dangerous Especially when your doctor is a vampireLondon, 1794 George Wickham has always been able to see the true natures of the creatures around him it s just that up to now he s always been able to lie about it When a truth spell and a conspiracy land Wickham in Bedlam asylum, he finds an unlikely ally and lover in vampiFalling in love with your doctor is always dangerous Especially when your doctor is a vampireLondon, 1794 George Wickham has always been able to see the true natures of the creatures around him it s just that up to now he s always been able to lie about it When a truth spell and a conspiracy land Wickham in Bedlam asylum, he finds an unlikely ally and lover in vampire Thomas Thornton.But Thornton s in no hurry to get Wickham free of Bedlam, and as the plot against him takes a sinister turn, Wickham must decide which poses the greater danger the person who had him committed, or the demon he s falling in love with Contains explicit sex.

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    • Azure Jones says:

      Excellent paranormal romance occurring in London late 1700's. Absolutely satisfying.

    • Mae Hanley says:

      It was okay. After reading the other reviews I expected more and was a bit disappointed. There were elements to the story that were never explained which I didn't like, mostly George Wickham's reaction to having ingested demon blood. I would have liked more information on this cause and effect. Also there was only a hint of Thomas' early life - why was he afraid still after being a vampire for more than 200 years? It didn't really make sense to me, I needed more detail.

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