Review: Cedric the Demonic Knight (The Cedric Series Book 1), by Valerie Willis 2


4 out of 5 Stars

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If you like historical, medieval, paranormal, fantasy, folklore, wizardry, witchcraft, and most of all love and romance, then you should read this book. The Author weaves all of these elements into the story of Cedric and Angeline.
Although a couple of times I found small parts of the story to be a little confusing, I really enjoyed reading this book and have already moved on to the next one in the series.
Only for mature readers due to violent and sexual scenes.

Reviewed by Vampire Fan

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


Lord Cedric du Romulus may be a powerful knight, but he’s no human nor does he like masquerading as one. He is a mixed blood demon made by Sorceress Morrighan in her quest to create an army of powerful underlings. Seeking out ever-stronger enemies, he devours them for their power; nothing is safe from his fangs whether they are beasts, demons, or magic wielders. When he finds himself staring at Morrighan’s castle, will he be able to follow through with his life’s ambition and leave behind his lover and wife, Lady Angeline who herself is an heir to a legacy of unknown magic.

Romasanta: Father of Werewolves

The Cedric Series Book 2


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Romasanta finds himself a cursed man and struggles with his internal demon, literally. All his troubles start with a stone and after that he will be losing everything he’s ever loved. Faced with clinging on to what little humanity he has, he will lose it many times before reaching the end of his journey. His life’s tale will take you through time to see how every lore, every moment in history tied in with wolves all come back to him. They call him the Ancient One, others simply refer to him as the Father of Werewolves, but we know him by his name, Romasanta. Many battles will be fought before he gets closer to his goals, but will he be ready to finish what was asked of him at the very beginning of his horrible fate. Will he be able to return the Eye of Gaea and free the love of his life from the laurel tree in the Black Forest?

Coming Soon….


The Oracle

The Cedric Series Book 3


With Angeline back in Cedric’s arms and the Eye of Gaea in Romasanta’s grip, the next step in their journey begins. Knowing they will be facing the mother of dragons, Delphyne, at the top of Mt. Parnassus, they assemble a group to traverse the barrier which dissolves any technology and renders gunpowder useless. The question weighing on their minds is if two werewolves, the incubus King, and a demonized sorceress is enough to fight their way to see the Oracle?


About the Author

Valerie Willis, a sixth generation Floridian, launched her first book, Cedric the Demonic Knight, at the start of 2014 on Since then, she has launched the second book to The Cedric Series, Romasanta: Father of Werewolves (2015), with several installments to come in this high rated Fantasy Romance Series. She pulls in a melting pot of mythology, folklores, history and more into her work with a remarkable amount of foreshadowing that makes reading her books a second time exciting. Also she recently published Rebirth the first book in her Teen Urban Fantasy, the Tattooed Angels Trilogy. Currently on the table to be completed is book two for the Tattooed Angels Trilogy, Judgment and book three in The Cedric Series, The Oracle.



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  2. Thank you so much for this awesome review! So glad to see you are reading the next one in the series! I look forward to seeing what you think of how the story rewinds and evolves from Romasanta’s tale and I am working hard on editing book 3 “The Oracle” and writing book 4 “Eye of Gaea” right now <3.


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