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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Review: Blood of Isis by Elizabeth Otto


When a designer drug rocks the small town of New Brighton and makes junkies spontaneously combust, Paramedic Jayda Swenson suspects the super-methamphetamine her husband created before his death has resurfaced. She’s worked hard to create a safe, tidy life and put her meth-ravaged past behind her. Jayda has a secret to keep and her new life is the perfect cover. But when tourists start disappearing and charred body remains crop up, Jayda learns the hard way that this drug doesn’t just fry people’s minds—it also fuels demons.
     Luckily, the sexy new medic, Ben Tierney, is a demon-hunter in disguise, except his demon-busting powers don’t work so well anymore. Until he realizes Jayda’s touch can refuel the energy he’s lost—a touch she’s not so willing to dish out. Now Jayda finds herself wedged between an ancient demon that knows her past and her secret, and Ben, who has plenty of secrets of his own.  

    Fighting to hold onto her carefully controlled life, Jayda must decide if she’ll let Ben help her defeat the demons who threaten to infect the town by the 4th of July—even if it means exposing her true self and losing everything. Again.

My Quickie Review:

Jayda works as a paramedic. When she returns home after a vacation, a new medic is hired. Ben and Jayda´s first meet is filled with struggle for power, but he eventually wins her over.

Soon they realize they´ve got more than a profession in common.

Ben is a former demon-hunter with powers Jayda’s never heard of, and who is hunting a demon who is after her.

Jayda´s husband manufactured Heaven, a drug with awful repercussions, before he died in the accident that changed Jayda´s own life. Now the drug is back on the scene and Jayda needs to stop it, with Ben´s help.

Blood of Isis by Elizabeth Otto (EO) is a paranormal romance with lots of non stop action, suspense, smut, and demons.

You can tell that EO works as a medic herself, since the description is spot on regarding the medical terms/world.

Blood of Isis features:

  • paranormal romance
  • erotic themes
  • oral sex

Rating: 4 Kisses


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*Read Our Lips! was provided a copy for review by author*


  1. Not at work, but when I was younger, I was on a private gymnastics team and almost got into a fist fight with a new girl on the team....our parents "forced" us to apologize and at least be civil to each other -- we became best friends and totally inseparable.
    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
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  2. Yes. My boss when I was working at a bookstore. She was soo intimidating and just very mean and abrupt but then we got to know each other and we had a great time when we were working together. Thanks so much!
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  3. Yes! I've had that happen, and then I've had it turned around where I ended up not getting along with them again. This happened with a few coworkers at a past job.


  4. Yes I have! When I first met one of my friends I thought she was just so hateful and mean. When I got to know her she turned out to be one of my best friends and would do anything for me until the day she died.
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