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by Ann Mayburn
Released: June 24, 2011
Series: For the Love of Evil #1
Published by Decadent Publishing
I loved the setup of this story and the world. Demons and humans and angels. Natalia has been living as a human without knowing she is actually the daughter of Asmodeus, High Prince of Hell and Keeper of Lust. Asmodeus, as well as his minions, have certain urges and his daughter is awakening to her own base urges, while in the mortal world, without any guidance.Asmodeus is fighting Belal, Keeper of Sloth, who wants to take over the mortal world. The key to stopping him will be his half-demon daughter. So he sends his trusted guards, Raum, to help her and at the same time put a stop to Belal.
We obviously have Natalia, who is a very likeable heroine. She is struggling with her desires and her attraction to not only one but two men, as well as her blood thirst. Raum is a sexy as all hell (pun intended) demon. HOT HOT HOT. I even liked Gregor in all his bad boy glory and how they all fell in love and connected.
I think what I liked the most about this story is the fact that the author decided to make this historical, I think it adds another level of taboo to Natalia’s awakening and made the story even more interesting.
I am definitely looking forward to reading the next installment in this series! I can’t wait.
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