Review: Crystalfire by Kate Douglas

Title: Crystalfire
Author: Kate Douglas
Series: Demonslayers-Book 4
Release Date: April 3rd 2012
Publisher: Kensington
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: 5 Hoots
Reviewer: Krystal
Buy From: Amazon/ Barnes and Noble/ Book Depository
Sum It Up!  The reader will see many happy endings in this last book of a great series.

The Demon King still lives, stronger than ever, devouring souls in search of immortality. Against him stands the scholar Taron, a newly-minted warrior of Lemuria, and Willow, a woman of unearthly loveliness, born of mist…
Taron must pass through the waterfall of molten gold that shields the secret portal to his beloved land. His brilliant mind and the speaking sword called CrystalFire are his weapons against evil. But nothing can protect him from the power of love. Willow, whom he once knew as a sprite who could dance in his hand, has been changed by a master stroke of magic into the form of a beautiful, highly sensual woman, desiring a thousand pleasures that she insists he alone can give her.
Innocent and eager, Willow arouses his deepest needs and sexual hunger--and his love. He will risk all to save her, even if it means a battle to the death with the ultimate foe... (Goodreads)
This book is the ends the tale of Willow and Taron. Taron must take control of a volatile society in order to preserve what he can, Willow aids him the best she can. Taron must also deal with feelings for Willow. She has suddenly become even more tempting and desirable; the reader will be happy to see these two characters finally figure out their relationship. The reader will see many happy endings in this last book of a great series.
The author spends the majority of the novel furthering the plot and tying up loose ends. The reader will see many of the previous questions and situations resolved. The plot does center slightly more around romance than before, but the romance is done in such a way that it makes complete sense. Willow and Taron's relationship is sweet and almost a little on the subtle side. The author writes very fluidly, the scenes flow seamlessly together. The ending is slightly predictable, but there are a few twists to look forward to. This book is recommended to adult readers who enjoyed the first few books in the series.

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