Satan's Sword

Debra Dunbar


Satan's Sword

Satan's Sword

  • Title: Satan's Sword
  • Author: Debra Dunbar
  • ISBN: 9781480079045
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Paperback



Samantha Martin is an imp, bound by an angel who allows her to live among the humans as long as she follows his rules It s not easy for an imp to follow the rules, especially when Sam s brother, Dar, finds himself in hot water He needs her help to retrieve an artifact from the vampires, or the powerful demon he owes a favor to will enslave and torture him for centuSamantha Martin is an imp, bound by an angel who allows her to live among the humans as long as she follows his rules It s not easy for an imp to follow the rules, especially when Sam s brother, Dar, finds himself in hot water He needs her help to retrieve an artifact from the vampires, or the powerful demon he owes a favor to will enslave and torture him for centuries.It should be a simple courier job, but with demons nothing is simple Sam reluctantly attempts to help her brother, trying not antagonize the vampires or the demon gunning for him, all while chafing to comply with the restrictions her angel has placed on her as a bound demon.


Recent Comments "Satan's Sword"

Another solid edition to the Imp series. This is hands down one of my new favorite urban fantasies. It's better than 99% of UFs out there. Why? No stereotypes, no tropes. The female character is a demon who acts like a demon. She kills, she is morally ambiguous. She's funny as Hel. She likes men and woman of all sizes. (It's very rare you read about a female character in any genre who is not 100% heterosexual. I find it kind of cool, personally.)There aren't any smutty scenes in this series so f [...]

This is beginning to be the kind of series that's hard to put down Yes, I know this gif has more than one meaning, but the series is hot! I laughed a lot! And I'm falling for all these characters, from the Low demons to the despicable humans, they're all a great bunch. And well, happy to say that I also was a bit surprised by some certain turn of events, and you all know how much I adore surprises!Only problem I found (why I couldn't give it the full 5 stars): the final battle was a bit rushed. [...]

3.5 stars I should have loved this. Right now I should have been shouting from the rooftops about how much I love a badass heroine with zero filters and inhibitions. An imp that stirs shit up and watches it explode. But I am not. I don't really know why A book that has a demon dog and introduces a demon horse with an angel that has severe issues should have been one of my top reads of the year. I can't even find fault in the book. I can't say anything negative about it other than I was just plai [...]

“Or you could take out your phone and we could play Words With Friends for your soul.” The first was pure fun, unique and made me laugh aloud a few times, so I was happy to continue the series. The second isn’t as good for several reasons, but it’s still a fine follow-up that continues a strangely twisted, unique Urban Fantasy series world. It’s hard to put my finger on why I didn’t get into this one quite as much since the characters are the same (with growth) and the storyline is i [...]

4 bloodbath and asphyxia stars I totally inhaled this one. I didn't even realise I had finished it until I hit the first page of the following book in my bundle. Ms Dunbar seems to be fond of closing a book in the middle of an action. Not exactly a cliffhanger, just something that you would expect to fully complete and bring you somewhere else, but she also starts the following book right on cue to this last action.A very satisfying follow-up, considerably more violent, bloody and dark in mood. [...]

Satan's Sword (Imp Series Book 2) by Debra Dunbar is an awesome sequel to book one. Now our poor imp has to now deal with the angel trying to kill her, vamps and demons after her, trying to protect her territory, and get an artifact that has it's own ideas about things! Wow, she has one crazy story here and I loved every page! Humor, suspense, romance, action, fights, and giggles. My kind of book! On to book 3!

Stressful day? Need a bit of downtime? Check out this series.It's fun, it's sexy, a little on the dark side (Sam strays into uncomfortable territory in this one), it's brilliant. Perfect escapism. (No time for in-depth review, but you can see my review of the first book here: /review/show)Oh, almost forgot.Gregory, the angel with issues. *sigh* I think Sam's rubbing off on him, literally and figuratively.

4.5 Honestly, what I love about this series is Sam with Gregory. They have such chemistry that is difficult to ignore, though they both try. I secretly suspect they will become a couple at least as some point.Sam is awesome too, she's a Demon who doesn't give a damn and I'm not entirely sure she is just a "lowly imp" like she claims, or thinks, I think she might be more.This story revolves around Sam looking for an artifact, a sword, for Dar he foster brother. He seems to be in deep shit that ba [...]

This series is wildly entertaining and the heroine is hilariously endearing for a demon. She's horrible, funny, loyal, demented, adorably mischievous, bloodthirsty and sometimes sweet. You tend to overlook her less than human qualities because she is, after all, unapologeticallya demon. Werewolves, ghosts, vampires, Angels, Demons, bloodhounds and demonic horses.oh my. None are written in a way we've come to expect. I am thoroughly enjoying this trope-less journey through demon town.

3.5 starsThis series has one of the best heroines ever - a demon who really is quite immoral generally but does have just enough morals to not completely turn off the reader. It's also quite funny. The only thing keeping me from rating this book higher is that the secondary characters are all kind of bland or unrealistic. I have a hard time believing that a human like Wyatt would be ok with his demon girlfriend killing people and having sex with other people. Also, I think an angel like Gregory [...]

★★★★★★ STARSBook #2 confirms it. I have just found a new favourite series (along with Guild Hunter; Demonica w/spinoffs and stories from the Renegade Angels/Marked universe.)Sam is a baby demon, a mere 1000 years old; bound (in some flawed way) by an old, powerful angel/demon slayer. She is not allowed to kill humans, or attract attention in the human realm, and certainly NOT accept breeding petitions powerful demons that would up her status in Hel. So what is an imp to do in Las Veg [...]

Awesome! It gets better and better!The first character ever that kills without regrets and with a smile on her face. It reminds me of a Hollows series but with a twist.I'm so glad I discovered it, yet I can't understand why it happened so late This series is a non-stop action fun, why its not more popular?I recommend with all my super-girl power!! :DBEST QUOTES:“Ew I can’t believe you kissed her on the mouth. She just ate her finger, you know?” Candy choked out. Wyatt grinned. “Tastes li [...]

Re-read April 2017Oooh Sam really shows that she does belong to the dark side in this one. I loved it.Her impulsiveness and lack of any kind of moral is totally hilarious.She is sometimes a bit like a teenager with their lack of a functioning "consequence calculator".

Beware of spoilers ahead.I gave this book 3 stars only because of Sams' interactions with Gregory and because I liked the idea of her becoming the Iblis. I was hoping for more Gregory/Sam time but considering that he and Sam had incorporeal sex together it was better then book 1.The thing that really irritated me was Sam and her having sex with anything that moves despite her being in a committed relationship with Wyatt. In the begining of the book she has sex with Wyatt. Than her brother Dar vi [...]

This series is about as dark as I can handle (just a tad bit out of my comfort zone). Take note Anne Bishop is one of my favorite authors. But goodness am I having fun reading this series! It's extremely funny and the world building is decently original. The main character is entirely demonic but it's impossible not to like her. She's repulsive, violent, rediculous and unrepentant; the ultimate anti-heroine. And it's not a 'change of heart' book either, she a bad girl, but you can't help loving [...]

4.5This book had me lol'ing quite often. When Sam is trying to piss off the vamps, were some of my favorite parts. The vamp club scene was priceless. Not as much Gregory in this one, which was a good thing because it made Sam up her antics. Wyatt really proved his mettle in this book too. If you like a spunky, fun, and witty character you should give these a try! Can't wait to see what's in store for Sam now (especially after the "big event" in this one!).

What I lovedSam's take it or leave it attitude. She is a demon. She likes sex, brutal murder, and getting on people's nerves. And she has zero shame about any of it. How refreshing! :)What could've been left outI don't understand the hiccup with Wyatt. She is just pretending to be something she isn't with him. He is holding her back.What I am hoping for in the next installmentAngel Sex. Wyatt goes bye bye. More demons and ass kicking. Less ear chewing.

Great book!Laughed throughout book as the characters are genuinely funny. You will definitely fall in love with them. Engaging story too.

I am inhaling this series! Loving it to bits!

4.5 StarsSatan's Sword is the sequel to A Demon Bound and begins eight weeks after the first book ended. Samantha Martin (Sam) remains bound to the head enforcing angel of the region, Gregory. He's still not sure why he's letting her live, considering he has killed every other demon he's ever met, but it probably has something to do with the annoying feelings he's having for her. To combat this, he's been avoiding her since their last confrontation in A Demon Bound. Sam knows he could change his [...]

Loved it. Sam's voice and humor is getting even stronger in this book.

More funThis book contains death, torture, swearing, sex, angels, demons, a ghost, elves, vampires, humans, a hellhound, a stallion/demon hybrid, a Corvette, a Suburban, a costume party, gambling and lots of backstabbing. What more could I ask for in a tale about a mischievous demon masquerading as a slum landlord. Hilarious!

So 4 1/2 still one of the best new series, but definitely not for everyone.First off, she will offend with her actions. In this one she kills plenty. There is some caring that she has to her actions and the killing is usually because they are scumbags, one I'm not sure of though in this one, but her actions can be disturbing in this one. Though it is all done in a light fun way, it will gross out and turn off some people. Think zombie books where the zombie/ghoul is a main character and you get [...]

There is one thing that irks me about this series. Pittsburgh was mentioned in both this book and its predecessor, only it was spelled as Pittsburg. I'm a Pittsburgher, and there is an H on the end. Unless it's Pittsburg, CA (or TX, or Kansas)but I would think it's the PA one because of the proximity to MD. That's neither here nor there, but I just wanted to point it out. (And if I'm wrong in my assumption, I will apologize now :) )How about that Gregory, eh? Something happened that makes me ver [...]

I love this series! Samantha Martin is actually an Imp. A young (1000 year old) lower demon who, while not strictly evil, is not human and has a very different morality than humanity. She has been vacationing from Hel on earth for the last 40 years and after being bound by an angel has to at least pretend to toe the line. However her demon foster brother is in trouble with a seriously powerful demon and she has to recover an artifact from the Vampires. Easy courier job? What fun would that be?Sa [...]

Satan's Sword was even better than the first book and it also had a lot of humor throughout. There were several times I found myself laughing out loud. It ends a bit abruptly but that's okay because it looks like it picks right up again in book three. I added the wispersync audible narration for this book but I don't really recommend it. The narrator is really clear in her speaking but her different voices are pretty bad, especially the male voices. She also speaks slowly and there are significa [...]

I loved the second book a lot better. Sam is a real demon in this one. She is amoral, sexy, hilariously naughty little imp. I love how unapologetic her character is. There was one specific moment when the gore was too much, but ad it was in character I let it pass. I certainly love all the changes Sam goes through: she learns to cherish friendship, love, and intimacy. She gains guilty conscious. It’s a funny thing on a demon. I am not a fan of her human “toy”, but he is essential for her g [...]

Fun series, bit shallow on the character department. It almost reads as a YA. There were some steamy moments between the two main characters in the previous book. But the long waited bed scene was just skipped before this book. I think when a little more romance would have been added or if the writers just adds al events without skipping stuff this's book would be much more enjoyable to read.So my conclusion it is a spicy ya. Theirs book is fun to read but no so that you can't stop reading it. Y [...]

I love hate herAlright she is evil. However, I like her. She has redeeming qualities that make her likeable such as a sense of humor, loving towards what is hers, and protective. She tries to deny the good in her. It makes me wonder if her heart will continue to grow. She is becoming more powerful if nothing else. The story has a great climax and twist towards the end that will definitely make her life more challenging. I can't wait to read all about it.

4.25 this was better than book one. It is an interesting take on a demon loving a human, who knows exactly what she is and does. And the demon also being reluctantly fascinated and attracted to an angel who feels the same strong pull to her as well. We met vampires in this installment and interesting developments in the plot occurred. Next elves come more into the storyn't wait to start.


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