A Demon’s Desire

Emma crossed paths with a black witch in an ill-fated love triangle that ended in Emma fleeing and the death of the man they both loved. Two years later, the witch is seeking revenge and strikes against Emma’s family. Emma turns to the only person who can help her: a man rumored to be half-demon with the power to control the shadows. Tristan agrees to help her lift the curse on her family but isn’t prepared for what he finds hidden in Emma’s secrets.

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Five Stars
By Amazon Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on October 14, 2016
Love everything she writes!

Sweet Romance with a Tall & very Dark Stranger
By Gypsy M (5.0 out of 5 stars) on March 3, 2016
With a name like A Demon’s Desire, I expected this to be an erotica (for the record, I’m seriously glad it wasn’t since I really can’t be reading that sort of thing while at work. Besides, this proves that a book doesn’t have sex in it to be a steamy romance). But rather than being cheap porn, this was a very sweet/hot romance with a delicious tall, dark stranger. Tristan is everything one could want in a book boyfriend (smoldering looks, a wild side needing to be tamed, warm, humorous, extremely loving, out of practice in the romance department, and very heroic trying to save people from darkness even when the darkness is himself). Emma seemed the typical heroine--stubborn, feisty, unwilling to fully divulge information (highly cliché. I’ve gotten to really dislike characters that don’t like all the cards on the table). Olivia also felt very one-dimensional as a bad guy. But Emma’s family, I did love them to pieces and even Tristan’s mom was nicely fleshed out. I did love all the scenes of Tristan hanging out with Emma’s family and the story itself had wonderful tension and flowed realistically to a climax that had plenty of surprises. Though what happened to the Winter Man? It didn’t seem like that got an explanation. Still I loved this story so much that by the end, I wished it was longer. In all, I thought A Demon’s Desire was a wonderfully dark, sexy, heart-warming read and Lizzy Ford has impressed me again and continues to be a favorite author.

I'm disappointed in how short the story is
By Victoria Cameron (4.0 out of 5 stars) on December 11, 2014
This is one of the most intriguing stories from Ford. However, I'm disappointed in how short the story is. It did not feel finished--almost like she was rushing to get it out and ended it too soon. There is definitely more room for character/relationship/story development. Don't confuse this being unsatisfied with length for lack of satisfaction with the story that is there. The story is addictive and a wonderful read. There are some noticeable typos, but this story is strong enough to ignore most of them.

A Must Read!!
By Anne (4.0 out of 5 stars) on November 25, 2014
Be prepared to get sucked in right from the start. The author has written this story in such a way that you can't help but fall in love with Emma and Tristan. Emma's desire to do whatever is necessary to protect her family leads her to Tristan. Tristan not only takes Emma's need seriously he finds that he is drawn to her in a way that he has never been to another. She is everything that is pure and good and Tristan makes it his personal mission to help her and her family. Tristan has darkness inside of him but it doesn't take Emma long to see past that to the man himself. My only hope is that this novella leads to more stories about Tristan and Emma because I feel that there is more of their story to tell.

Four Stars
By Karin (4.0 out of 5 stars) on July 11, 2014
Great read

What you see
By Amazon Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on June 3, 2014
Lizzy has a way of pulling you into each of her characters by making them flawed in such a way that you can understand them and want to know, not only their story, but how they will find love. Thank you again, for a fabulous read. I look forward to your next release.

Good book
By Dbs (4.0 out of 5 stars) on February 17, 2014
A good fast read. Heroine got on my nerves a bit by refusing yo b e honest, but the hero Tristan was dark and handsome and a sweetie. Good book.

A Curse, A Vengeful Witch and a Heroic Half-Demon Make for Good Paranormal Romance
By Sophia Rose (4.0 out of 5 stars) on January 29, 2014
Terrific worldbuilding and plotting with the demons and witches aspect. Nice character development and good slow to build romance. Hero was a perfect flawed type who sacrificed for good of others. Heroine annoyed me at first with her tough girl at the wrong time and keeping important secrets behavior, but that was part of her growth arc. Well done grand finale. Enjoyed where the story left it on the romance, but would have love to know for sure what the deal was with Tristan's family past and to have seen his mom and Emma meet. Not much steam, but story didn't need it either. I will definitely read more from this author.

Love
By Kindle Customer (5.0 out of 5 stars) on January 23, 2014
I love this author! I was skeptical at first,but once I got into it I could not put it down. if you like this author you will enjoy this story.