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Her first was a Star Wars tie-in. Hauntings, spooks, creatures in the Black, shady characters, and then of course how Jack and Pete interact.

Book Review: Caitlin Kittredge’s Demon Bound – KD Did It Edits

Here’s the link to my Top Ten of I thought this book was brilliant, like the previous book it was dark and gritty with the magic of the Black like smog over the book. Actually I don’t really know why I keep reading this series. He likes to keep plenty of things hidden from Pete, so delving into his inner thoughts was a great way to understand exactly why he is how he is, and why he’s done all the strange and weird things that make him seem like nothing more than a strung-out junkie.

This book seemed to be the shifting book for the next story in plot and character setting. Sep 23, Ren rated it liked it Boun Old gods are stirring and spirits are rising–and Jack doesn’t stand a chance of stopping them without Pete’s help.


Here, the moor was simply alive Kittridge’s writing, but more specifically the dialogue I love the English slang. No trivia or quizzes yet. If you ask, are there some sex? Lucky for Jack, the demon is willing to re-negotiate: I sigh everytime Jack says, “luv” Back from the Undead.

Mar 31, Katie rated it liked it Shelves: This is still not a bad book and I will keep giving it a chance, because I want to see what it will take for Pete to finally come to her senses and dump Jack for good. On the good bounf – the installment is told more from Jack’s perspective and he’s kittredge more interesting read than Pete is. View all 4 comments. Dec 15, Josie Boyce rated it it was amazing.

Demon Bound: Caitlin Kittredge Rocks. Jack Winter not so much.

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Ratings and Reviews 1 1 star ratings 1 reviews. It was good to see his POV in this book, and although the beginning dragged for a long time due to Jack not wanting to express anything, it came together well in the last bit.

Thirteen years ago, Jack Winter lay dying in a graveyard. Thank you for your support! However, the ending is still chilling His lover, Pete, a female, was the protagonist of the first.


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I am thrilled because the first book in the series stumbled in the second half. Jan 10, Samantha Brody rated it liked it Shelves: Recommened for those who enjoy a good Paranormal story with wonderful characters and strong storytelling. I can’t help myself: The two of them have such an adversarial relationship, and Kittredge has the jargon dmon so well — it sounds so real!

Best of the Bbound Fun! The imag More like a 3. And when it became apparent that he was incapable, I began praying that Pete would see the light and dump his sorry butt, though given the story arc, that seems singularly unlikely to happen. Martin’s Press Release Date: Unfortunately didn’t get a lot of time to read in I really hate cliff hanger endings.

I do wonder if I’m ever going to find either of caitlinn the least bit likable.

Demon Bound is not supposed to be stand alone. This was a dark urban-fantasy and I imagine that the next book Bone Gods will continue on in the same vein.

He has a reason to live, Pete.