BioMischief, Magic, and Murder . . . That's a Maslow!
If you're looking for comedy, fantasy, or dead bodies in your romances (sometimes all three at once!), I'm your gal. I'm also a. . . gasp!. . . extroverted writer. It seems counterintuitive that as someone who is energized by people, I spend most of my time alone. Yet, that's the case. And I don't mind.
If I get writer's block or start to go a little stir crazy, I head out to a coffee shop, a restaurant, a friend's place--anywhere to fill up my need for human contact. It also helps that I spend a lot of time with the voices in my head. Some of them are really quite opinionated.
I love writing gay romance because I'm a sap for a happy ending, and I believe everyone—regardless of orientation—should be able to find books that have them. And if that romance comes with a dash of mischief, magic, or murder, all the better.
I believe that life is for living, kindness is contagious, and a good book makes the world a better place.
In standard Meghan Maslow fashion, this book is chock-full of humor, bubbly and detailed world building, and scorching hot disaster demons. Kem and Tuli are drawn to each other like magnets, but not all is easy for incubi when it comes to the dreaded capital-R Relationships, even when they are *gulp* falling for their soulmate. An intriguing mystery provides the backdrop to this spicy fantasy romance, and I’m in love with the world of Verona Meghan has created. Highly recommended!
Meghan is amazing at finding humor in every situation, and this story is classic Meghan. Hilarious, fun, and starring two unexpected and utterly charming characters. I really appreciate that she didn't go with the resistance plotline of an incubus falling in love (as though getting an incubus to fall in love is like trying to bathe a cat), and Kem is all the more delightful for being an exception to every rule. Can't wait to see more in this series!
I loved this cute story about an incubus finding his true love with a dryad. It was both hot and sweet as Kem worked to convince Tuli that he was enough just as he was. Meghan Maslow's world of Verona is fun, imaginative, and always full of surprises, and I highly recommend this book.
What a twisting adventure! Kem and Tuii burn up the pages in Meghan Maslow's Demon for the Win. I couldn't put it down. Not only was I drawn in by the fantasy world she created but also the chemistry between the lead characters. You don't want to miss this one.