Demon’s Tide (Dark Legacy Book 3)

Rated 4.35 out of 5 based on 20 customer ratings
(21 customer reviews)

$3.99

 

Length: 127 pages

If Marigold can’t save her own soul, she’ll be the first in a sea of victims.

Marigold La Roux finds herself trapped with the raging demon locked inside her own skin. As it hunts down the last shards of her soul, Marigold is flung from one twisted reality to the next. Lost in a maze of madness and memories, Marigold needs to reclaim her body before it’s too late.

While Ma is willing to sacrifice Marigold to save millions, Louis isn’t ready to give up just yet. Led by a ghost that’s keen on destruction, Louis travels to the notorious La Roux plantation, a place forever scarred by the evil birthed within it. But not everyone is eager to bring the origins of the family curse to light. With Louis inside, sinister forces plot to never let him leave the plantation … in body or soul.

Past and present collide as Marigold and the demon battle for control. Old ghosts rise, ancient powers claw their way into the waking world, and forgotten horrors carve new paths of destruction. Hell is opening and it’s looking for a soul to take.

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Length: 127 pages

If Marigold can’t save her own soul, she’ll be the first in a sea of victims.

Marigold La Roux finds herself trapped with the raging demon locked inside her own skin. As it hunts down the last shards of her soul, Marigold is flung from one twisted reality to the next. Lost in a maze of madness and memories, Marigold needs to reclaim her body before it’s too late.

While Ma is willing to sacrifice Marigold to save millions, Louis isn’t ready to give up just yet. Led by a ghost that’s keen on destruction, Louis travels to the notorious La Roux plantation, a place forever scarred by the evil birthed within it. But not everyone is eager to bring the origins of the family curse to light. With Louis inside, sinister forces plot to never let him leave the plantation … in body or soul.

Past and present collide as Marigold and the demon battle for control. Old ghosts rise, ancient powers claw their way into the waking world, and forgotten horrors carve new paths of destruction. Hell is opening and it’s looking for a soul to take.

21 reviews for Demon’s Tide (Dark Legacy Book 3)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Maureen

    I love this book. Keeps creepy while your in suspense the whole time. This is an author who is up and coming along!

  2. Rated 2 out of 5

    DELIA S.

    The first book was ok, second a little better this one not so good,to much fantasy and hard to follow.

  3. Rated 4 out of 5

    M.E. Powers

    Excellent story line and the whole series is great. I would have given 5 stars if the book had been properly edited. In places it seemed as if the author was not a native English speaker. In spite of that, it’s still an engaging read!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    I love Marigold and Louis! I can’t wait to see how their adventure continues

  5. Rated 4 out of 5

    Vicki Moss

    I enjoyed this story. It is a great bridge story from the first two and hopefully the next one will continue the arc.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    jennifer

    The battle was incredible and then to find out its cypress creationist so cool and shelving tobe a mommy yay

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Betty J White

    I loved the series read it all in 3 days couldn’t wait to see what happened next or how it would end.

  8. Rated 4 out of 5

    igertay44

    The story was captivating, but the misuse of words and poor editing were distracting. Find a good editor and I will definitely read more of your books!

  9. Rated 4 out of 5

    Linda Cole

    I read all the books in this series and honestly can’t say if I liked the story but I did read all and there was a happy ending

  10. Rated 4 out of 5

    rhonda wells

    What a way to end in Demon’s Tide

  11. Rated 5 out of 5

    Karrie

    At first I wasn’t sure if I would like this book as well as the first two. Marigold going into all these different realities and all. But after some getting used to, I enjoyed it. And although the ending was a little cheesy, this was just the book that needed that type of ending!

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    K

    Loved this series!

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    love it one of my favorites

    I loved this series. If you want a good book to read please this is well worth it.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer

    I really enjoyed this series of books. I really liked Marigold and Louis. She turned out to be a kickass heroine.

  15. Rated 4 out of 5

    Sherry B.

    Have read all three books now and though Book 2 may have been my favorite, this book tied up all the questions in a neat bow. If you like to read about ghosts, demons, voodoo, New Orleans….then this trilogy is for you but read the books in order if you want to get the full effect!

  16. Rated 1 out of 5

    Lisa M

    I hate to say it, but I consider these “young adult” books and there’s NO WAY I would let ANY young adult I know read anything by this author until she gets an editor. Reason being, IMO, young adults are those who are between the ages of 13-18 and they are still learning English and grammar. With as many errors as I’ve found in this authors work, I do not find her to be a good example for any person in that age group who is still learning the rules of English and grammar. If they turn in a paper to their teacher with these errors, their grade won’t be very good.First, there are the SMALLER errors of missing connecting words such as “a” “an” “and” “or” etc, throughout the book which shows a TERRIBLE lack of detail.Second, there are punctuation errors, mostly in missing closing quotation marks – especially with long dialog that is split amongst more than one paragraph.And finally…if there are two words that sound alike but are spelled differently, this author is surely going to choose the WRONG word.In this book alone (not counting the other two in the series) these are the most glaring errors in this area:* Used Insured when she has ASSURED someone things will be okay, rather than provided them coverage in case of an accident.* Used roof when talking of where glow-in-the-dark stickers were placed (I believe she meant they were placed on the CEILING, unless they were weatherproof and the family was summoning a UFO)* Author has, thru the series, used wonder instead of WANDER but in this book has shown she knows the difference as it’s used properly here and there.* Uses heal as in how a wound heals when speaking of the HEEL of a foot.* Used bared, as in bared her soul when talking about someone who BARRED the door so nobody could get in*Used personal as in private, rather than PERSONNEL as in the department you visit when you want a jobThen we have words that were spelled incorrectly and should have been caught by spell check:* Spelled t-shirts incorrectly as tee-shirts* Spelled incrusted s/b ENCRUSTED (in fact, there’s no such word as INcrusted)Given all of these errors, I cannot recommend this book to anyone for their young adult. I’m sorry…

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    kdwarren40

    I loved following Marigold in her life in the Trilogy. She went thru some terrible things tho. I’m hoping there will be another book or two with Marigold in them. I’m hoping so!! I have to see what’s next for her!

  18. Rated 2 out of 5

    Lacemaker

    This series is good, assuming you’re extremely patient or borderline illiterate. The story is good. The first book had a few errors, but passable. The second had more, enough to be off-putting and actually pull me out of the story. Admittedly, not everyone is bothered by punctuation errors and small grammar snafus. This, the third book, I really think was written on a device with autocorrect. Sometimes every page for a chapter or more would have at least one error. I marked them in a sort of morbid fascination to see just how bad it could get. And it’s not just small things, was entire words being replaced with something else. It took me a third of the book to recognize the pattern. Going back to look, my SD card was corrupted (I should have recognized the warning signs, that’s on me) and I had to send the book back to my Kindle. Almost all of my highlights were gone. I assume the author recognized the problems and fixed them. Some errors still remained.There are still repetitious sentences like “tiny limbs flailing as much as his slight limbs…;” incorrect words that a cursory look through MS Word wouldn’t catch, such as “bare the doors” instead of “bar;” things glancing at MS Word probably would catch like “broachers” instead of brochures and the missing space in “Marigoldwas;” form of verb issues like “renewed forced” instead of “renewed force.” Thankfully the worst of the offenses are gone, or at least I can’t find them without rereading the book.I think the author was in more of a hurry with each book and rushed the process. It’s really too bad because the underlying story is good.

  19. Rated 5 out of 5

    lisarae

    engaging book with characters that come alive currently enjoyable read I have read his other books will continue to keep reading to gear Street thank you for taking two hours to make my life enjoy them

  20. Rated 5 out of 5

    Amy

    Brilliant! I am amazed that the author is so young… to be this age and have such talent, I expect a long and exciting career ahead for her.Other reviews have highlighted a large number of errors, but to be honest I would not have noticed as the book was so exciting that I could not wait to turn the page, let alone stop to correct grammar/spelling. Consider me a fan for life after this series!

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    WolfHawk

    My gosh, if this writer suffered even a small portion of the, for no better word, “dreamworlds” that are in this book I am impressed if she sleeps at all!

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