This is the first book in the Married to the Devil series.
I’ve made a deal with the devil . . .
Things that weren’t on my wedding planning to-do list:
- Have a bachelorette party in Vegas. I’m a master’s student in classic literature, not a party girl.
- Let my girlfriends convince me to go out anyway . . .
- Get drunk. Too drunk.
- Wake up married—to the wrong guy.
Now it’s my wedding day and I don’t remember marrying the sexy billionaire lying in the bed next to me or getting the tattoo on my arm. It doesn’t matter that he’s as hot as hell—I’m not about to go along with wedding vows I have no memory of.
But my new husband seems convinced we’re meant to be together. He tells me my life is in danger and I’m safest with him. That the fate of the world depends on it.
I say I need to leave. Now.
Then he kisses me, and his lips are like fire.
It’s one HELL of a kiss.
Looks like I’m not going anywhere after all. Or more likely, I’m headed straight to hell . . .
I loved reading this book. The characters were great and I enjoyed the storyline.
I absolutely loved Luke. For the devil, he was incredibly charming. I admired his devotion to Evie, although I guess he had known her for an eternity. Evie was also a good character. With no memory of marrying Luke, I understood why she lost her mind that morning. He was a sexy catch though and she should have accepted it a lot quicker than she did. I felt sorry for him, losing her so many times and then getting her back just for her to forget the entire night.
I like the storyline with Evie getting her memories back. I ultimately liked her accepting her marriage to Luke and discovering that she does indeed love him.
The banter between them was brilliant and I loved his sense of humour. Her friends were great too.
They were both pretty hot together. The devil may as well be a god in bed.
I liked the plot between Lucifer and hell, with the Angels. It’s quite nice for the Angels to be the bad guys. The ending leaves you intrigued to what will happen next since they are planning something.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and I’m looking forward to reading the next one. I would definitely recommend it.
My rating: 5/5*