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  • Higher Demon

  • The Collective, Book 1
  • By: Louisa Masters
  • Narrated by: Greg Boudreaux
  • Length: 7 hrs and 1 min
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Higher Demon

By: Louisa Masters
Narrated by: Greg Boudreaux
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No matter the demon, the hunter's role is clear…

A thousand years ago, my great-something uncle founded the Collective, a secret organization dedicated to protecting humanity from demons. The hunter tradition has been passed down over the generations, from parent to child, secure in the knowledge that the Collective is a community of safety and knowledge.

But betrayal sucks, and six years ago, it turned my world—and the Collective—upside down. After generations of deception, the hunters left behind are picking up the pieces and trying something we’ve never done before—working side by side with our enemy.

Demons, just to be clear. They’re apparently “misunderstood,” but the jury is still out on that. And I—a twentysomething archivist with an addiction to hoodies—somehow ended up as liaison to the demon ambassador.

If it sounds like a nightmare, that’s because it is. The demon ambassador is a stuck-up, pretentious twat... not to mention he could kill me with a thought. Worst of all, he’s getting under my skin in ways I never expected. But I’m the only hunter who doesn’t actively want to kill him, so… tag, I’m it.

I’ve already been betrayed by those I should have been able to trust the most. How hard can hanging out with a higher demon be?

©2024 Louisa Masters (P)2024 Louisa Masters

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mmmmmm demon, mmmmm tasty

demon big strong, demon makes sure definitely everything has human's consent. consent is very VERY enthusiastic

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Lacking substance and any real content

This book was made up of: 40% throw back to what I can only imagine is a previous book/series, 30% insufferable demon acting like a toxic alpha, 20% forbidden love themes, and 10% demon or action storyline. It was just so empty of any real development or consequence.

Narration was good; Greg is usually amazing and it fell a little flat here. Hard to discern which of the many male humans we’re talking because there was no difference in accent or tone…. Which I can only attribute to the author as we know Greg can do that.

Overall l, reads as a prequel that you might go back and read and be happy with the light content because you know about the main characters already and want a little more backstory.

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