Review // Deb and the Demon by Honey Phillips

May 06, 2022

Deb and the Demon by Honey Phillips

"You make me feel safe and loved and so very happy.
But I need to be able to fight things on my own as well."

- Deb

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Deb and the Demon by Honey Phillips

Deb and the Demon by Honey Phillips


Standalone - Alien Abduction #4
Release - January 17, 2019
Genre - Scifi Romance
Dual POV - 3rd person
Heat Level - 4 out of 5 / frequent and descriptive
Format/Source - ebook borrowed through Kindle Unlimited
Length - 260 pages
Publisher - Indie

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An alien prince. A pregnant slave.

Deb is ripped away from her comfortable life on Earth and sold as a slave to a vicious alien. Six months later, all she has to live for is the child now growing inside her. Her child’s safety is worth any price, even submitting to the disturbingly attractive alien who has just purchased her.

Rastrath hides a sharp mind behind a careless facade. He may be a Prince of the Royal House, but he has always been despised for his mixed blood, even by his own mother. A female who values her child more than herself is an unexpected prize - one that comes wrapped in a luscious package.

When an unexpected danger forces them into a marriage of convenience, the stakes are raised. Can Deb trust Rastrath’s feelings for her are more than a desire to protect his investment? Can Rastrath follow his duty and build a family of his own at the same time?

My Two Cents

3 "Where can I find my own alien prince?" stars

Okay, so here's the deal, and I really hope I don't come off sounding like a jerk, but... I do not like stories in which the heroine is already pregnant for another dude. I really don't. And despite the fact that Deb became pregnant through unorthodox means (triggers people), I still couldn't get down with it.

It didn't help that Deb wasn't the warmest, most encouraging heroine I've come across. She made things so very difficult for me.

But Rast... yeah, this prince really made this story for me. He was sweet and kind and generous and loyal to a fault. He was also harboring a lot of hurt. And yet he was such a blessing to everyone, especially Deb. I love how dedicated and patient he was with her. He was the epitome of everything she needed and I loved every moment with him.

So while this wasn't my favorite story of the series, Rast definitely made an impression with me. Kudos to the author for that and for making me want to keep on reading!

About the Author

Honey Phillips writes steamy science fiction stories about hot alien warriors and the human women they can’t resist. From abductions to invasions, the ride might be rough, but the end always satisfies!

Honey wrote and illustrated her first book at the tender age of 5. Her writing has improved since then. her drawing skills, unfortunately, have not. She loves writing, reading, traveling, cooking, and drinking champagne - not necessarily in that order.

Visit https://www.honeyphillips.com/ for more information

2 comments

  1. I am happy to hear that the hero was able to redeem the book for you. But I struggle with heroines like this too, especially since it sees like she wasn't redeemable in other aspects too.

    Lovely review!

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    1. Love Rast!! Thanks so much, Renee!! 🌸🌸

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