The Pagan Stone by Nora Roberts

From Booklist

Twice now, Gage Turner, Fox O’Dell, and Caleb Hawkins, with help from Quinn Black, Layla Darnell, and Cybil Kinski, delivered severe blows to the demon known as Lazarus Twisse. The team of six even managed to restore the bloodstone that could be the key to permanently defeating the demon. But Twisse is not going down without a fight. As the seventh day of the seventh month of the seventh year once again comes to the small town of Hawkins Hollow, Twisse is prepared to rain down death and destruction unless the six send the demon packing for good. After matching up Cal and Quinn in Blood Brothers (2007) and Fox and Layla in The Hollow (2008), Roberts focuses on Gage and Cybil, both of whom have a gift for precognition, as she winds up her Sign of Seven trilogy in fine fashion. Deftly blending edgy suspense and dark horror with her tried-and-true brand of sexy contemporary romance, Roberts has created an intriguing novel, rich in paranormal thrills and chills. –John Charles
 
Review –
 
This is the final installment of the Sign of the Seven  trilogy and although it was very good ,the ending  was anti-climatic for me and  amd made the entire series feel a bit short.  Maybe the author was getting a bit tired of this storyline and decided on a quick end of the situation.  Anyway, I’m glad I read the series but I won’t be reading it again.
 

Bite Me by Parker Blue

Product Description

An edgy book for teens that spans the gap between YA and adult fiction. Life after high school is tough enough without having to go 15 rounds with your inner demon. Val Shapiro is just your ordinary, part-demon, teenaged vampire hunter with a Texas drawl. And a pet hellhound named Fang. Soon enough she finds herself deep in the underbelly of the city, discovering the secrets of the Demon Underground and fighting to save those she loves. Whether they love her back or not.
Review-
I’d have to pull my records, but I believe that this book was offered FREE on my Kindle and I want to say “Thank you, thank you”.  A story about a one-eighth part demon, vampire slaying  girl who has a “talking dog”(he doesn’t voice words but thinks them so she can “hear”) who is part Hellhound and together they get mixed up with a cop-who wouldn’t love it?     This book came out a few years ago and the sequel will be released later this year and you can bet I’ll be paying to read it.  Thank you Kindle for introducing me to another author who has what it takes.