My rating: 5 of 5 stars
At first, I found the idea of a hospital running by demons and for demons is remarkably odd. But after I continue reading it, I find that I really enjoy the story, the relationship and life shared by the characters in the hospital, especially the Seminus brothers.
Eidolon is a surgeon working in an extraordinary hospital. Extraordinary, since the hospital is built to serve non-human race, a.k.a. demons, and he, as one of the founders, is a demon himself. One day, a patient is brought to his operation table, a female, a human, and worse, a demon slayer. However, as a breed of a sex demon, he can’t just ignore the passion and desire he has for her.
Tayla Mancuso dedicates herself to slay demons, but when she finds out that she lands in a hospital made for demons and the doctor who has saved her life is a demon, her determination wavers. As well as her body and soul, which is hunger of sensual pleasure promised by the demon. And being with him makes her realize that something dark dwells inside her.
The way Larissa Ione changes the point of view in the story from one character to another new character at first confuses and bores me. But the more pages I read, the more clear what those characters’ role in the story and I should say that they are quite important and cannot be disposed of. For sure, it is a well-written book and worth reading.