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- Print Length: 78 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Irish Wolf Publishing (26 Aug. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00MR3HOSE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #427,236 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Crave (The Devil and the Diamond Book 1) Kindle Edition
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A Deal made with the devil a long time ago for the soul of the first born women and on the 7 (last one) he would make her his wife.
Elizabeth Cromwell has been in hiding and trying to figure out a way to break the contract with the devil. only she craves his desires and touch but fights it and tries to get away from him but there is no escaping the devil he is everywhere. she has to fight her desires for him. He Ends feeling sonething for her, but she is.putting up a fight .please be warned it has some smoking hot sex in this book. I loved it!
l loved the chemistry between these too and once you start reading it you'll CRAVE For More.
***I received this story for free in exchange for an honest review, see more of my review @ http://jmhoward2007.blogspot.com ***
So I fell in LOVE LOVE LOVE with this book. I usually do not go for paranormal type of material, but luckily I gave it a chance because loving the bad boy in this book.
It feels so good to be so bad. By the end of the book I was wanting more! I could not put it down. The devil comes in so many forms but he anyways comes ;)
Try it, love it and enjoy the characters with twist and turns. You will not regret it!
This is an intense read from start to finish and some readers may be offended by nuns and priests participating in orgies but as the Devil's puppets no one is as they seem which further isolates Elizabeth. Elizabeth fights him as hard as she can but he uses her own body against her in sexual dreams both day and night that are wearing her down and have her questioning her sanity. Asmodeus is a very sexy creature but his evil is palpable as he switches from charming to scary in the blink of an eye. He enjoys and admires her fighting spirit and starts to see their connection as love which brought out an interesting side to him and will be intriguing to see evolve. While reading this story I was reminded of Rosemary's Baby and the claustrophobic fears that movie engendered as Ms. Bliss has crafted a vividly detailed world full of intense emotions. As the first installment in The Devil and the Diamond series readers are immediately dragged into a dark, gritty, and highly sexualized world that leaves you on the edge of your seat waiting for more. Numerous questions remain and I'm greatly anticipating what comes next....
That said, this is a well-written story. I really loved Elizabeth and her fight to break the deal made by her fore-fathers to giveaway their first born daughters to the devil in exchange for wealth. Unlike her fore-bears, Elizabeth doesn't want to be used as the devil's whore, even though he promises to make her his queen. And I don't blame her. No matter how tempting the man or devil, nothing beats being able to choose who you give your body and heart to.
Asmodeus is a tempting as they come and also as devious. He uses several ruses to try to get Elizabeth to succumb, including the nuns who were supposed to be giving her shelter. I felt a whole lot better when I realised the nuns were never really true nuns, otherwise it would have been a little bit too far for me.
Did I like Asmodeus? No? But I liked that we got to see things from his point-of-view too. Do I want Elizabeth to get away from him? Yes. But I fear it might be a little too late and that she is already lost to him. The devil is very devious and he would use whatever means to get her. Even using charm and seduction as opposed to force.
But we will have to wait for the next book to find out. Yep, this ends on a cliff-hanger.
Anyhow, I'm hooked and I can't wait. A solid read.