What do you do when the devil has marked you for himself? Run and hope he catches you.
Lucifer. King of Demons. Absolute monarch of the inferno. Emperor of Hell and tormenter of my soul.
What do you do when the devil claims you as his own? Run as fast you can… and hope he catches you.
They call me bad luck Sophie. Bobby almost died of anaphylactic shock the day he tried to kiss me and Obi broke out in hives when we tried to make out. To be a cursed woman in Salem is probably the cliché of the century but here I am, twenty-two and a virgin because no boy in town will touch me with a wooden pole. I find out it’s because Lucifer marked me for himself and placed a curse on me so I will remain unspoiled. Now that he’s here to claim his prize, I want nothing to do with this king of demons and his deliciously hard body. Can I fight off his obsession until he lets me go, or will I give in and let him claim me for his own?
A girl once showed me a sliver of kindness and in a fit of stupidity, I bound her to myself. Now that I am banished from my realm. I need her light to get back through. I have sworn off women and relationships, I don’t need her reminding me of things I once felt. I have lost many loves and I will NEVER put myself through that again. But lust, that I can serve, every single day of the week. If Sophia thinks she can resist me, she has another thing coming.
I was lucky enough to receive this book from BookSirens. I hope the prospective reader will read this review fully before making any prejudgments on the book. I will give the book my thoughts. These thoughts are completely my own and not swayed in any way by anyone else’s reviews or opinions.
This book was interesting to read. I found that the characters were well written. I did think that the way the story was told through Sophia. The chemistry was nice. It started out almost friendly and then turned into something more romantic. I also liked that Sophia wasn’t a damsel in distress or a wilting flower. She is strong in her own right. I think that Lucifer, or Luce, spoke with such wit and fun. He was smart and entertaining. This is a large plus when thinking about the discussion of characters.
While this book had some moments of entertainment, I found that the book went from zero to one hundred extremely quickly. There was no part where I felt like the train slowed down. While I love that, I did find it to be rushed in some areas where I was craving more development. The last sections of the book are so fast that it makes the whole book feel like I am getting whiplash. I must admit, I was not a huge fan of that.
My Rating: I rate this book 4 out of 5 stars. this book had some lovely positives and not something that I usually read. I wouldn’t mind reading more books of this type and it is interesting to try something new. I do think that readers will enjoy the storyline, even if it does go quick. I would say that readers would find this book has a lot of wit and enjoyment.