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What the community says about The Demon Abraxas
- "As with many areas in this world, it is hard to find anything catered to the LGBTQ community. This book, however, really shows that someone in this world cares enough to write about things that include everyone. This book follows the exploits of two lesbian witches. It is wonderfully written and really draws you into the story. I am glad I found this book."
- "The solution: "With daring and luck she pulls Ana to safety and at first it appears they have escaped dark magic unscathed." I don't personally like the dark side of this book, but I suppose a lot of other people do. The description is well written and I can see how it would entice others to buy the book."
- "The Demon Abraxas is more about the supernatural world than erotic by nature so I would suggest it for a different genre than a lesbian erotica novel for sure. It has an allure to it that takes you on a magical journey with some romance sprinkled in. Erotica? Not so much."
- "The Demon Abraxas is an excellent choice in the paranormal romance genre. The book immerses you in a story where the characters are faced with things that are out of this world and ungodly things happen. There is romance, some sci-fi, paranormal, and more and it is an exciting read in the fantasy realm. The lesbian romance remains interesting throughout but can be hard to follow at times. I feel like the writer tried to hard to make Lily more likeable than she was and that turned me off a bit. Overall besides the cons I would still recommend it as a quick read."