REVIEW : Prequel -Sorcery’s Fall – Demon Tales and Fairy Games – Kayleigh Sky

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Demon Tales and Fairy Games
Kayleigh Sky
Short Read, Gay Fiction, LGBTQ Romance
Kiss Drunk Books
June 5, 2022

Bo is a carefree demon with an unwanted fate looming on the horizon. No more parties, no more drinking, no more fun and games. Forever. So, when an opportunity to slip through the veil between the human and demon realms appears, he jumps, even though it means leaving his grumpy lover in the lurch—a lover he can’t live without.

Promising Gus he’ll love him forever is easy. But Bo has a secret he can’t share. Not yet. And another promise that brings him face to face with a rogue fairy and a contest with an ultimate win or lose.

If he isn’t careful, Bo is going to learn just how long the fall into forever really is.

Sorcery’s Fall is the prequel to an exciting new MM paranormal fantasy series called Demon Tales and Fairy Games, where demons, fairies, and trolls live with unsuspecting humans. Sometimes light, sometimes dark, always magical, and romantic. Happily ever after guaranteed.

NOTE: Bo and Gus’s story does not conclude in Sorcery’s Fall but is woven throughout the series. They will get their happy ever after in their own book though, I promise!


Reviewed by Linda Tonis

Member of The Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team

This is not an easy book to review because I found myself totally confused and the 85 pages felt like it took forever to read.

Bo is half-demon and is madly in love with Gus who is a full demon but in spite of that love Bo goes through the veil to the human side in search of his brother Aidian. Bo’s mother dropped him off at the age of six at her former lover’s house, Aidian’s father. He was raised by Aidian’s father and loved and when he asked Bo to find his son and bring him home, he couldn’t refuse.

Now Bo searches for the brother he grew up with and loved before he causes trouble but for months he searched with no luck. Then a game in a window attracted Bo’s attention because he was sure the game belonged to Aidian. Finally, the brothers have a showdown, a game to see who the winner is. Aidian has always felt he lived in Bo’s shadow and hated him for it and now is his chance for revenge. Who the winner is I won’t say only that Bo and Gus’ story is not coming right away and so I couldn’t understand what this stry had to do with the rest of the series.


The author did mention that Bo and Gus will appear throughout the series and although this story left me confused, I did love Bo and his desire to do the right thing and keep a promise he made to the man who raised him and loved him.

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