Claimed By The Demon

A Purely Paranormal Romance Book

All she wanted was to sing, but can Leandra focus on her dreams after she learns the biggest producer in town is actually a Demon? What will she do when he’s claimed her as his own?

Leandra Katell has finally made it to the big city. Now, she just needs a job. All she wants is to sing in front of thousands. Is that too much to hope for?
She knows she has the voice to do it and what’s more, the perfect show is just about to go under production! There’s just one glitch in her plan. The show’s producer.
Arrogant and spoiled, Chance Madoc is the golden boy of Broadway. Every show he touches turns to gold. Literally. Known for having a very specific type for his female leads, he turns down Leandra based on her photo alone. The plump songbird is not what he is looking for at all.
This half-Demon is all about the tall, thin, and gorgeous. When Leandra seeks him out, determined to make him listen to her sing, he’s about ready to throw the curvy little brunette out on her rounded bum.
Until his Demon side gets whiff of her! Then all bets are off and Chance won’t rest until he has Leandra by his side.
She might not know it yet, but she’s about to be claimed by the Demon!

Popular Tropes

Fated Mates, Curvy Heroine, Demon Romance, RomCom, Secret Paranormal World

Series Reviews

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Leandra, I loved right away. This woman has been through hardships but always keeps a great attitude. She finally gets her wish come true and gets an audition and then hears something she wishes she never heard. Chance is arrogant, and he acts it most of the time, lately though he is feeling uneasy and when he first hears the description of the woman who is going to audition, he feels disgusted. Until… These two will warm your hearts, after a few bumps in the road…” -Bookbub Reviewer
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “First impressions are sometimes deceiving Starting this book at midnight was not a good idea, as I just couldn’t put it down until the very end. As the last biffle to fall in love Lea has her work cut out for her. She and Chance don’t really start off on the right foot. The author did not let her down though, she gave them a friend to be the buffer they needed as they struggled to get past hurts and preconceptions. The book is short on pages, but the story overflows the covers and doesn’t stop moving until the final curtain falls. I enjoyed this book, like all the books in the series and I can’t wait to read what she comes up with next. Maybe a certain vegan vampire will find his mate, who knows. Either way I will be adding it to my one-click list.” -Bookbub Reviewer