Review – Demons in the Bedroom

Demons in the Bedroom book cover


Demons in the Bedroom


Paranormal House Flippers #1


Lidiya Foxglove


Reverse Harem


Have you inherited a creepy old house that needs updated bathroom tiles, a new kitchen, and an exorcism?
Call me: Helena Nicolescu, the best house flipper witch on the east coast.
But I have to admit, I might be in over my head this time. I bought “Lockwood House” at an auction, and the magical community definitely knew something was up, because my rivals were all in on it, including Jake and Jasper, the infuriating wolf shifter twins who think they’re so much better at renovations than me. I overpaid and now I’m stuck with a mess. Floors caving in, 70s carpeting, and…the ghost of an incubus who won’t stop flirting with me while I’m trying to demo.
That’s not the only problem. The former owner’s son seems to be drawn to the place against his own will. My witch radar is going off big time, telling me he has demon blood coursing through his own veins. And the wolves must smell trouble in the air, because they keep sniffing around too. I’ll definitely never tell them that I keep uncovering disconcerting artifacts throughout the house. And more than anything, I won’t admit that they both look pretty good in a tool belt. Why does this house seem like it’s calling trouble to the doorstep?
I have eight weeks to get this done and then I’m putting this mansion on the market and moving on.


4stars rating

I remember watching HGTV at my mom when I was last there, scratching my head why on earth people would have a tv show about flipping houses… but there you go, it was actually very entertaining! And this book brought back those feelings and more.. since I’m a sucker for supes 😀

Character development:

Characters were fun, decently fleshed out and engaging. Would like to know a lot more about them, but I’m guessing we’re getting to that it the following instalments. Everyone involved is learning to play together, something that they really aren’t used to.

Pacing & Flow:

Pacing and flow were good, maybe a tad slow at the start, but it picked up fast enough and kept my attention the whole way.

The book itself:

The book was well written with no (noticeable) errors and yes, there is sex described (if that is important to you).

Final Thoughts:

All in all, a nice and enjoyable read. Perfect to get your mind off things and just enjoy being cosy. Book 2 is now on my TBR list, can’t leave it at just one house you know! Plus, I want to know more about Byron… for reasons? 😉