Loki and His Master, Demon Gods, Book 1 By: Rhys Lawless Narrated by: John York


Jacquie was given a code for Loki and His Master and listened to this in one go!

From the blurb:

The trickster god is free, and he's under my command.

When I asked the old witch under Camden Lock for help with avenging my family's murder, I didn't expect her solution would be to invoke a powerful god.

Loki is big, strong, and pissed! Thankfully he can't hurt me because he's bound to me. But the only way he'll ever help me get my revenge is if I help him find someone really important first. The problem is that the more time I spend with him, the less I'm able to resist him.

But I can't let my guard down. He might say all he wants from me is to punch my V-card and end the people who killed my family, but I know he wants something more. And I'm scared it has the potential to destroy everything.

How can a young, meek little witch like me tame a god like him?

Loki and His Master is the first book in the Demon Gods series, a spin-off series set in the Cursed Hearts universe.

Demon Gods is a contemporary fantasy MM romance/urban fantasy series where mythical gods are reincarnated into the 21st century and let loose to destroy, avenge, and fall in love with young little witches. Written in British English with US spelling and grammar.


Jacquie's Review:

You know what? I think I enjoyed this book more the second time around and part of that has to be the narration. John York's smooth Loki voice and accented voice for Tomasz were perfect and so easy to listen to! I basically listened to the entire thing in one go!

I also understood Loki's choice at the end more this time around. The signs were there, I just hadn't picked them up first time around. He and Tomasz worked so well together and Loki really helped him master come into his own. With Loki by his side, Tomasz got everything he wanted and more.

Lightly kinky with Loki being collared, but I loved that as it suited who Loki is as a character.

I love how Rhys portrayed Loki here.

Rating: 5 Stars


Lesetiger's Review:

That was an interesting storyline with Loki. He may be a god, but he's tied to his.Master Tomasz. The story lines are varied and well thought out. Loki and Tomasz's relationship has some ups and downs and at first they each pursue their own goals until they interweave them more and more.

There is a lot of suspense, but also mystery and of course magic. 

Humor is provided by the talking cat that only Tomasz can hear. Wonderfully biting. 

I found the story very entertaining. 

John York narrated the audiobook. I liked his pleasant voice. He did a great job portraying each character and bringing the story to life.  

­čÄžAudiobook Review­čÄž
Overall: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️(⭐️) 4,5
Performance: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Story: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Loki and His Master is available from Audible.

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