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Review: Beg Me To Slay by Lisa Kessler

Title: Beg Me To SlayBeg Me to Slay

Author: Lisa Kessler

Publisher: Entangled Covet, Entangled Publishing

Pages: 270

Date of Publication: December 30th, 2013

Rating: 5/5

My Review:

Oh boy, what a superb paranormal adventure this proved to be! I really shouldn’t have been surprised, though, as I’ve loved every book I’ve read by this highly talented author – and this is certainly no exception!

After being attacked and bitten four years ago, Tegan Ashton just wasn’t believed when she said what happened. It has taken time, but she’s determined and resilient, taking steps to ensure she will never again be a victim by becoming an expert in martial arts and self defence. When she believes she’s seen the man who attacked her burying a young woman on a beach, again she is not believed. This time, however, she decides to pay a private detective, Gabriel Smith, to investigate. He’s not your usual PI, having a secret role of being a demon slayer. When Tegan describes what happened to her and what she’s witnessed, he knows exactly what attacked her – and how to slay it!

Get ready for a superbly crafted roller coaster ride with secret family history, welsh mythology, demons, dragons and so much more packed into this enthralling adventure! The characters are well developed, easy to relate to and intriguing. Tegan is feisty, independent and has great self belief. Gabe has never met anyone like her, expecting her to hide rather than fight alongside him! Their attraction is powerful – but so is the danger. Can they survive their demonic encounters and look beyond their pasts to have any chance of a future and a HEA together?

This is a fast paced thrilling read with humorous moments interspersed throughout to alleviate the tension. I have no hesitation in highly recommending this to anyone who enjoys well written demonic paranormal thrillers incorporating plenty of romance and humour.


Four years ago, a strange creature attacked Tegan Ashton and no one believed her. Determined never to be a victim again, she’s devoted her life to martial arts and self-defense. When her assailant returns to finish what he started, she has to find the one man who might be able to help.

Gabriel Smith is a private investigator by day and demon slayer by night. After those closest to him were murdered, he vowed to defend people from a threat they don’t realize exists. But his biggest threat might be the feelings Tegan brings out in him. He cares–too much. And since everyone he loves dies, he has to struggle to keep things professional.

Fighting the hordes of demons on their tail is a breeze compared to dealing with the secrets they refuse to share.

This book is available from a variety of sources including

amazon.co.uk           amazon.com          barnes and noble

3 comments on “Review: Beg Me To Slay by Lisa Kessler

  1. Lisa Kessler
    May 22, 2016

    Thanks for reviewing Beg me to Slay! 🙂

    I’m so glad you enjoyed the book…

    Lisa 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. bicted
    May 22, 2016

    I’ve loved all the books I’ve read by you, Lisa – really looking forward to reading Blue Moon soon 🙂


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