Demon Retribution (Shadow Quest #3) by Kiersten Fay
Whisked away from her home planet after a mysterious invasion, Kyra has concealed herself on Earth for the last four centuries with no hope of returning home. That is until the appearance of a mysterious and sexy demon, claiming to have been sent by her family. With danger drawing near, Kyra must set aside years of mistrust and put her life in Cale's hands.
Sent ahead of his ship, Marada, Cale must locate and protect the third Faieara Princess from those who seek her capture. He expects the retrieval to be effortless and Kyra to be a timid reflection of her sister, Anya. What he discovers instead is a strong, beguiling female who forces him to question everything he has ever known.
Review by Paulina Woods
The more I read the more I need to read this series. This is the third book in the Shadow Quest series and I was not disappointed in any way. I actually lost another day reading and my house still needs to be cleaned up, oh well later.
This is Kyalyn and Cale story and starts on earth where Kyalyn has been hiding for the past few hundred years. She works a minimum wage job, has a nice apartment and even has a best friend, Zoey. She has been away from her own kind for so long that she sometimes forgets who she really is. The only thing she knows is that she has a power living inside of her that is distractive when ever she is put into danger.
Cale is living a demons worse nightmare, he lost his mate. Ok his mate betrayed him and a demon only gets one chance. When he goes on a lone mission to locate the last missing sister he had no idea that he would meet his "real" mate. Ok I am going to stop there before I give away the book.
I wanted to be Zoey so bad throughout this book because she was a lowly human who had the good luck of being best friends with an alien. When the time came to part ways she did what I would have. I can't wait to read about where her adventures take her.
If you haven't started this series yet, please do. I put this up there with Christine Feehan with the details and griping moments.