Demon Lost (High Demon #1) by Connie Suttle Review


Demon Lost - Connie Suttle

The High Demon race is dying, and nothing short of a miracle will save it. Kifirin has promised to provide that miracle, in any way he can.

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Reah has worked in the kitchens of her family’s restaurants since the age of eight. The only daughter among Addah Desh’s 27 children from eight wives, Reah has been ignored, belittled and abused all her life. When the conscription notice comes from the Regular Alliance Army, Reah is more than happy to report for duty in order to escape her family. Unfortunately, her liberation is short-lived….



I really liked the heroine in this book and all the details of her being a chef are interesting.


The flat greed of the secondary characters and cruelty was too over simplified for me.


The pace of the book was slow which was fine but it took forever for the romance to come about and then when it turned out to be a cliffhanger, I was done.

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