Librarian Maya Flores has a secret: she’s immune to magic and is well aware of the supernatural beings prowling the streets of New York City. Haunted by a brutal demon attack that took her family, she is on a one-woman mission to destroy the evil demons who did it—and any others who get in her way.
Half-demon Taeg Meyers is desperate to free his pregnant sister-in-law who is spellbound to an indestructible book that will breed an army of the undead if it is not destroyed. He is convinced an ancient sword can break the spell, but this relic has been hidden for millennia by a powerful glamour.
Maya, with her knowledge of all things paranormal, is Taeg’s best hope for uncovering the sword. Unfortunately, she’d rather kill him. As he fights for her trust and to save his family, she is forced to face the truth—not all demons are evil, and she’s falling in love with one.
Each book in the Demons of Infernum series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1: Blood of the Demon
Book #2: Mark of the Sylph
Book #3: Touch of the Angel
Book #3.5: Heart of the Incubus
Book #4: Call of the Siren
Note: This review, and all my reviews, comes from my blog Romantic Rose's Bookshelf (http://romantic-rosesblog.blogspot.com). Thanks to NetGalley for the book!
Book 2 in the Demons of the Infernum series
This book pretty much blew my mind and there was so much awesome-sauce to talk about that I don... ...more
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Expected Release Date: September 6, 2011 (Available Now!)
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Author’s Website: http://rosalielario.com/
My Source for This Book: Netgalley
Part of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Demons of In... ...more
Maya Flores, is a part time librarian and college student, but under the quiet façade she is a woman bent on revenge...revenge for her families brutal murder by demons. Maya can see through glamour so she is aware of all the demons walking around in our world and her goal is to destroy them all u... ...more
Rosalie Lario, hmmm... well, I think she's quite brilliant. After reading Keegan's story, Blood of the DemonI sent Rosalie a note and asked for more Taeg. She promised that she was going to give him to me and she did. Oh, how she did. This was by far one of the best paranormal reads I've had in a... ...more
I won a free copy of this book through a Goodreads First Reads giveaway.
Maya Flores is a librarian and self-declared demon hunter, having been orphaned when demons murdered her entire family. She’s got a special power that lets her see right through their glamours, and she seeks vengeance for wha... ...more
LOVED this! Full review reposted from my Smitten with Reading blog....
This is book #2 in the Demons of Infernum series. My review of book #1, Blood of the Demon, can be seen HERE. I really enjoyed book #1, but OMG, I think that this one was even better. This world is so incredible and t... ...more
Librarian, Maya Flores, knew demons walked the earth. Not metaphorical demons, but real hell spawn. She could see them. She saw them massacre her family as a young child and she is on a mission to exact vengeance on the demons that prey on innocent humans. Taeg, demon halfling and council cop, i... ...more
Rosalie Lario continues the story of her four half demon brothers from Infernum with Mark of the Sylph, giving readers a fun, exciting and sexy ride into the world of others with cocky second eldest brother Taeg.
Feeling guilty for letting down his eldest brother Keegan and new sister-in-law Bree,... ...more
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I can feel Glass giving me "the look" because of the cover. Yeah, I know babe it's really catchy. In my defense I first saw the old covers with less muscles on them. Still the most important thing is the story, right? Anjana asked me to join this tour and I accepte... ...more
This second installment of the Demons of Infernum series picks up a few months after Blood of the Demon left off. Byrnn and Keegan are happily married and expecting a baby. But everyone is on pins and needles, waiting for Leviathos to come after the Book of the Dead. Taeg has an idea to stop the... ...more
This review is from: Mark of the Sylph (Demons of Infernum) (Kindle Edition)
When an old rival threatens Taeg's family, he's determined to save the day. He must find the sword and destroy the book that can create an army of dead. In doing so he frees his pregnant sister-in-law from its hold. Easy?... ...more
I was kindly provided with an ARC copy by NetGallery for an honest review
This story follows on from the last book, and is the story of Taeg. He meets and kdnaps curvy librarian Maya who has the ability to see through glamour. He kidnaps her with the hope of convincing her to help locate a sword w... ...more
Remember your local librarian? Quiet, unassuming, business-like, that pretty much describes Maya Flores, part-time librarian and college student. Ever wonder what your local librarian did after work? If she’s Maya, she is a woman on a mission of revenge against ALL demons for the deaths of her fa... ...more
This 2nd book was just as awesome if not more awesome then the first book. I love how so far we are getting a different brother in each book. They are part demons who are not looking for love but they seem to find it..
Taeg and Maya, I think are going to be my favorite couple no matter how many b... ...more
This book pretty much blew my mind and there was so much awesome-sauce to talk about that I don’t think I could even cover it all. I loved the feisty heroine, Maya and her kick-butt attitude. The story gave me just enough closure from Blood of the Demon to really remember why I loved the first bo... ...more
~* 3.5 Stars *~
Lighter Tone of the Series Has Appeal
It was an accident, really. He didn't mean to kidnap the woman! He just wanted to talk to her, convince her to help him. Taeg had no idea the gorgeous Maya Flores would go all Buffy on his ass and try to slice and dice him. Hell, he hadn't even... ...more
In the previous novel "Blood of the Demon". Brynn is the key, she's an heir and related to an Egyptian priest who's lived over three-thousand years ago. Mammon the evil father of Keegan,Teag,Ronin and Dagan is searching for the "Book of the dead" and needs the Heir to fulfill his missio... ...more
Note: I received a review copy of this book on NetGalley
WHAT I LIKED:
Let me start by saying this is book to of the Demons of Infernum series. I didn't realize this was part of the series because I was drawn in my the cover. I mean really, look at that cover. Talk about yummy. The blurb seemed int... ...more
Mark of the Sylph is the 2'nd book in the ongoing Demons of the Infernum series. I enjoyed every minute of this interesting and suspenseful story.
Series plot : Amidst the unsuspecting human population there are creatures straight out of our wildest fantasies : demons, shifters and vampires. In La... ...more
"Every worthy hero must make a sacrifice."
You’d think being a rare, magic-sensitive human would be a good thing, but for Maya Flores the ability is only a constant reminder of what she has lost. Seeing through the glamour that disguises the creatures walking in our midst, has made Maya believe... ...more
Mark of the Sylph, Demons of the Infernum #2, by Rosalie Lario
“Yeah, Taeg went and got himself his very own prisoner. It’s all the rage in our family, I hear.”
Six months ago Taeg Meyers, along with his three brothers and sister-in-law Brynn, defeated their father and found a book with the... ...more
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Mark of the Sylph starts right where Blood of the Demon left off. While newlyweds Brynn and Keegan await their first child, the threat of a zombie apocalypse still looms over everyone’s head when an old rival sets his sights on the book of destruc... ...more
Wow! The Demon's of Infernum series has seriously picked up! Mark of the Sylph is a fabulous addition to Rosalie Lario's series. In fact MotS totally pulled this series out of the shadows and into the bright lights of stardom!
Mark of the Sylph takes place six months after the first boo... ...more
I didn’t read the first book of this series, but I didn’t need to. This book was able to explain everything in a way that didn’t really seem redundant to those who had read the first, but was enough for those of us who didn’t read the first book to know what was going on. There were a few things... ...more