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eBook Review: Kill Me Tomorrow by Diane Alberts

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Another title from Decadent Publishing’s excellent 1Night Stand series, Kill Me Tomorrow is a story with a supernatural twist.

The female lead, Jasmine, is a jinn—a supernatural being who fights demons with fire. All jinn women must be married by the age of 22 and are then expected to procreate to help keep their race going. However, Jasmine is still a virgin, and if she’s a virgin when she gets married, she will be a laughing stock as jinn are supposed to be passionate, promiscuous creatures. Jasmine, however, has never felt even a glimmer of lust for a man, let alone had sex. Therefore, she turns to Madame Eve to hook her up with a guy to help relieve her of her maidenhead.

The man chosen for her is totally hot, but there’s a problem. He’s also a demi-sanguine; a half-human, half-demon, a race which is a sworn enemy of hers. Can Jasmine swallow her pride – and her instincts – for long enough to rid herself of her virginity, or will she risk being shunned by her kin?

Kill Me Tomorrow is a fab story. It’s fast-paced action right from the beginning, and there are twists and turns throughout to keep you on your toes. It’s a fiery, sexy, and fun story with a great ending. So if you like paranormal erotic romances, you should definitely check this one out.

Available from:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
All Romance eBooks
Decadent Publishing

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