Book Review

Here’s our review of Midnight with the Devil by Emma Castle

Release Date: August 13, 2018

Cover Design: Covers By Combs


He’s sexy as sin and hotter than hell and—oh wait.

What would you do to save a loved one’s life? Make a pact with the Devil?

In Diana Kingston’s defense, it was the middle of the night in the deserted hospital chapel… surely it was just a dream. She hadn’t really sold herself to a brooding stranger to save her father’s life, right? Then she wakes and her father is fully recovered and a mysterious letter arrives from the tall, dark, handsome—um, Devil? Yep, it was right there on the contract, Lucien Star, aka Lucifer Morningstar, that had been his name in the dream… Gulp. What would the Devil himself want with her? Sex. Three months of hot, sweaty, Friday night sex.

Ooookay. Breaking a pact with the Devil doesn’t seem like a smart move. So she’ll do it—but she won’t like it. Not much anyway. But she starts liking it – a lot—and every night they spend together, she likes it and Lucien a little more. Being with him allows her naughty side to come out and play, but Diana starts to see more than just a sexy-as-sin, rock-hard … er…Anyway, he might be Satan, but even he was an angel once. Kind. Noble. And she sees glimpses of that man still inside him… But how in Heaven’s name do you save the Devil from himself?


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Our Thoughts

Here we have a new spin on a tale that we’ve all heard before. Diana is devastated that her father is dying and she is willing to do anything – literally anything – to save him. She is praying in the hospital Chapel when she is interrupted by someone she least expects. Lucien (aka Lucifer) is bored and looking for a challenge. When he meets Diana he thinks he’s found the perfect challenge. She’s pure and like a breath of fresh air to Lucien. But the trouble is – is she too addicting?

I was so excited to read this book. The synopsis alone was enough to catch my attention. I had a feeling it would be full of heat (see what I did there?) & drama, and I was not disappointed. The chemistry between Diana and Lucien was very strong from the very first time they kissed. I’ll be honest – the way the book started out I was so sire there was not going to be a happy ending to this book. I’m a hopeless romantic so of course I wanted the sweet girl and the devil to end up together (not sure I ever thought I’d say that). The author had me hooked from page one and I was pleased with how it ended. The book wasn’t too long – I was able to read through it in a day – and the pacing was steady. It really built nicely and the conclusion was almost perfect. I also enjoyed the glimpse we got of the surrounding angels – both fallen and not – and how they balanced out the light and dark in this book. Overall I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would recommend it to others who like a little dark twist to their romance stories.


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About the Author

Emma Castle has always loved reading but didn’t know she loved romance until she was enduring the trials of law school. She discovered the dark and sexy world of romance novels and since then has never looked back! She loves writing about sexy, alpha male heroes who know just how to seduce women even if they are a bit naughty about it. When Emma’s not writing, she may be obsessing over her favorite show Supernatural where she’s a total Team Dean Winchester kind of girl! Emma’s first book Midnight With the Devil will be released in 2018! Stay tuned for details.

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