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  • Sweet not dark

    Diana is in the hospital chapel on the last night of her father's life when the devil offers her a deal. Sell your soul and I will save your father. It's an intriguing storyline. It's got that forbidden fruit aspect that I have to admit is what drew me in. I've never read this author before so I took a gamble to see if this could be something for me. I enjoy a dark read, but not too dark. Having Satan as the Hero, the author could take this to the darkest level she wanted to. I've found that I like Emma Castle's writing and the way she can tell a story. However, I was surprised to find that this book wasn't dark at all. It's actually a very safe read. I did enjoy the way the book turned out and I wasn't expecting that ending. It's actually a very sweet love story. I think that sweetness took the forbidden aspect that drew me in the first place, out of the equation. I wanted this to be just a tad bit darker and for Lucian to have more of a dark intensity to him and how he was with Diana. I think expectation can change how you view a book so if you're expecting dark, this is not it. I would like to come back to this book another time and re-read it. I think going in knowing how sweet it is, I'll enjoy it more the second time around. ARC provided by NetGalley.

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  • Lovely title

    Really loved it tho kinda of cliche to me..want to see more books from this author

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  • Midnight with the devil

    I Love the end the most. I recommend it to all my friends.

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  • Date with the Devil, oh my....

    I went in thinking one thing when I started this book and came out the other getting much more. Good quick read that leaves you wanting more of Diana and Lucien.

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  • An Intriguing Story!

    A different type of story that will hold you captive, not knowing what to expect. Diane Kingston was desperate to save her father's life. Somehow her wish came true after she made a pact with the Devil, or rather Lucien, aka Lucifer Morningstar. When she finds her father has been healed, she is then accountable for her bargain and determined to carry it out. But hold on to your seat, this story will take you through the gamut of emotions from sadness, to desire and crying. A wonderful debut novel for this author and hopefully we will see a lot more soon!!

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