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    Better than the first Craig and Marisela are hot

    Seduction (Devil’s Den #2) by Violetta Rand Synopsis: Marisela Gonzalez’s luck with men has been terrible in her short life. She is running from her abusive ex-boyfriend, so she heads over to the Devil’s Den strip club where her sister used to work, determined to take charge of her own life. However, Marisela soon finds herself in trouble once again, ending up at the wrong place at the wrong time messing with the wrong guy. Unexpectedly, she crosses paths with a guy who is brave enough to stand up to her even when she tries to push him away. She begins to believe she is not too much of a damaged girl. Maybe she needs one particular man in her life more than she ever thought she would. Craig Hanson is an ex-cop now head of security at The Devils Den strip club, he has been a player for a long time. Commitment has been never in his future. So when he discovers this urgent need to hold and protect Marisela Gonzales he doesn’t know what to do with these feelings. She is the little sister of his ex-girlfriend now turned close friend, and she is only nineteen. But he can’t seem to resist her tough girl attitude and their instant chemistry is undeniable. He knows there is something else there behind her tough girl persona. What is she hiding? He plans to show her how a real man treats the woman he loves; he will protect and cherish her even when she tries so desperately to push him away. My Review: This is book two in The Devil’s Den series, we met Marisela and Craig in book one. He was lusting after her sister Robyn and Marisela was an innocent teen struggling to find her place in the world. We only got a quick glimpse of these two in the first book, but I could tell that Marisela had a crush on Craig. At the time, he only had eyes for Robyn. Even though Craig sounded like a big ole jerk, I knew there was something more to him. Finding out more about Craig in this book was amazing, he had his arrogant moments but deep down he is a good guy looking for a love. With Marisela, it took a little more for me to get into her as a character. I understood she went through a lot in her young life, the way she pushed even her sister away seemed a little unrealistic to me. When I found out about her past, I was shocked that she went through so much on her own. I guess I was just as frustrated as Craig, trying to get into Marisela’s head. When she opened up and let people in it was a beautiful thing. No one could deny these two had chemistry from the start, the sex scenes were hot, the author threw in a little BDSM I loved it. I actually thought this book was better than the first, it had a fuller story. Where the first book at times seemed a little rushed, this one had a better flow to it. The Gonzales sister’s sure know how to find trouble, definitely made for an exciting read. Loved the epilogue. I am very glad I stuck with this series the author did a better job with this one than the first one for sure, the goal is always to get better as a writer I believe. I am looking forward to delving into Macey’s story. Though she pretends to have it all together, I am thinking she is a bit of a hot mess. Can’t wait to find out. *RECEIVED AN ARC FROM NETGALLEY IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW *
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    Hotness, drama and action!

    This is the second book in the Devil's Den series. I would recommend reading them in order but you could probably read this one without reading the first. Robyn was the heroine in the first book and the heroine in this book is Marisela, her sister. She is young only recently becoming of age. She comes to the Devil's Den to get a job as a stripper. The sparks fly. Craig is taken with her. I like them together buuuuutttt the fact that he liked Robyn first kind of freaked me out a little. If you like your romance to have some serious steam and a decent plot too, these books are for you. ;-) I received an ecopy in exchange for my honest opinion. This was good but I liked the first book better.
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    Seduction

    3.5 Stars We met both Marisela and Craig in Surrender. Marisela is Robyn’s leather-wearing, bike-riding younger sister, back in town with trouble on her heels. Craig is a former cop, now the head of security at The Den and a ladies man. In the previous book, he was interested in Robyn and now he sees Marisela after almost two years, he finds himself attracted to her. He is hesitant to pursue his attraction to her because of Robyn and also because she is much younger. Seduction was more intense because of the issues in the story. Marisela is on the run from an abusive ex-boyfriend and returns to Corpus where she takes a job at The Den as a stripper, with Craig appointing himself as her protector. Soon they begin a relationship that is filled with passion, secrets and tons of drama. On the outside, Marisela appears to be a sexy leather-clad vixen, but on the inside she is a scared and scarred young woman who is afraid to admit her mistakes and seek help. Craig shows a warm, protective and possessive side to him and I really liked that he was willing to go to any lengths to keep her safe. The story was filled with angst, with the psycho ex taking center-stage. As with Surrender, there were a few things that were off, but at the heart of Seduction is a story of two very imperfect people being drawn together by a powerful force – love. *I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.*
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