The Girl and The Demon by Pauline Gruber #promo post #giveaway

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Welcome back to Lamon Reviews. A big thank you to YA Bound for hosting the blog tour for The Girl and The Demon ( book three in this YA series).

Check out the curated playlist so you can jam out as you read The Girl and The Demon by Pauline Gruber. Also, don’t forget about the giveaway, you can enter it using the link in the post for your chance to win!

 

Check out my stop on the blog tour for The Girl and the Demon (The Girl and the Raven #3) by Pauline Gruber!

The Girl and the Demon (The Girl and the Raven #3)
by Pauline Gruber
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance
Release date: October 30th 2020

Summary:

A demon wants her dead. Now that she’s vulnerable, he’s about to make his move.

 

Lucy Walker is tired of magic ruining her life. With her protector boyfriend out of town among his own kind, she worries he won’t come back to Chicago. And things only get worse when her school’s resident mean girl holds a séance and accidentally summons an evil spirit.

Forced to reveal her abilities to her squad to defend them, Lucy lets slip that a vicious being is determined to destroy her. And when her BFF dabbles in forbidden magic to try to save her, she again catches the attention of the most powerful devil there is: Lucifer.
 
Can Lucy rescue her friends and herself before all hell breaks loose in the Windy City?
 
The Girl and The Demon is the third book in the The Girl and The Raven YA paranormal romance series. If you like complex plotlines, epic twists and turns, and refreshing takes on supernatural characters, then you’ll love Pauline Gruber’s wicked tale.

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Previous Books in the Series:
The Girl and the Raven
Release Date: December 15th 2013

Summary:

Good versus evil just got complicated.

Sixteen-year-old Lucy Walker just wants a normal life, until she learns she is half-witch, half-demon. Now she’s got other problems, like keeping her demon dad from killing her boyfriend, the witches in her life from killing her demon dad, and her non-supernatural friends safe from both sides. She’s walking a tightrope between good and evil, drawn to both, uncertain which she will ultimately choose.



The Girl of the Gargoyle (The Girl and the Raven #2)
Release Date: June 26th 2015

Summary:

Dating a gargoyle is great, until his family gets involved.

Being half-witch/half-demon and dating Marcus, a gargoyle and demon enemy, is complicated enough for Lucy. She can almost tolerate Jude, her demon father, forcing her to undergo combat training. But when Marcus’s long-lost family returns to Chicago, her world begins to crumble. Marcus’s mother wants him to leave to join the gargoyle clan; his father wants him to help kill Jude. There’s one major problem with this: if Jude dies, Lucy dies. 

Marcus will do whatever it takes to save Lucy and her father. Meanwhile, Lucy has her own plan and with the aid of a surprise newcomer, seeks help from the most unlikely-and dangerous-source.

DREAM CAST: THE GIRL AND THE RAVEN

BOOK SERIES TURNED INTO FILMS 

  

Lucy Walker – played by Isabella Moner, or Rowan Blachard, or Mackenzie Foy

 


Marcus Turner – played by Jacob Elordi


Dylan Douglas – played by Kalama Epstein, or Chazz Nittolo

 

Katie Stevens – played by Sophia Lillis, or Maddie Ziegler
 

Jude Morgan – played by Sean Penn, or Timothy Omundson
 

Cloe Gardner – played by Skai Jackson

Ella Rosenthal – played by Sadie Sink

Suzy Rodriquez – played by Jenna Ortega

Caroline Appleberg – played by Peyton List


About the Author
Pauline Gruber is a self-professed music junkie, cat wrangler, and travel nut. She went to Paris in the 90’s where she discovered a love of three things: croissants, old cathedrals, and gargoyles. Deciding that the paranormal world could use a new kind of hero, Pauline translated her fascination with the protective gargoyle into a suspenseful love story. She is the author of the series: The Girl and The Raven, The Girl and The Gargoyle, and the forthcoming novel, The Girl and The Demon. By day, Pauline is a legal assistant for a Chicago law firm where she steals identities and incorporates them into her books. If you tell anyone, she’ll deny, deny, deny.

Pauline lives outside of Chicago with her precocious black cats.

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Here is the suggested playlist to listen to as you plunge into The Girl and The Raven series.

Music Playlist:

Irresistible Force – Jane’s Addiction
Roads – Portishead
There’s a Wolf – Silences
Dark Necessities – Red Hot Chili Peppers
Young Blood – Noah Kahan
Cherry – Moose Blood
River – Ibeyi
No You Girls – Franz Ferdinand
Blindsided – Bon Iver
Easier – Mansionair
Satalite – Guster
Hang Me Up To Dry – Cold War Kids
Unison – Bjork
The Gold – Manchester Orchestra
Cross Bones Style – Cat Power
The Lunatics (Have Taken over the Asylum) – Fun Boy Three
I Need My Girl – The National
Old Pine – Ben Howard
Landfill – Daughter
Car Radio – Twenty One Pilots
Gonna Raise Hell – Cheap Trick

Enter the giveaway below using the link for your chance to win!
 

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I hope you enjoyed today’s promo post. I would like yo thank YA Bound for the opportunity to be on the promotional tour. If you are interested in reading The Girl and The Demon, by Pauline Gruber, you can purchase your copy using any of the purchase links found above.

You can keep up with the latest from author Pauline Gruber by following her on social media. You can find the links in the post above.

Have you read any books in this series? What did you think? Let me know in the comment secton below!

Go forth, dear readers, support your favorite indie authors and encourage reading and literacy.

K. LaMon
Lamon Reviews

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