Midnight with the Devil
A Dark Romance Novel
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?
I finished this book in one day. I absolutely loved it! I didn’t want it to end.
Such a Disappointing Ending.
It took me a bit to get into the book. I started by reading the sample and I hadn’t really been drawn into the storyline by the time I had to make the decision to buy it or not. I had nothing else to read, so I decided to buy it. Thankfully it got better, I was enjoying it and the plot started to build. Then all of a sudden the story took an unexpected turn and it completely flatlined. Imagine watching a movie. You’re just starting to get really into it, the plot is building, it feels like the climax is close, then someone walks in, turns the TV off and says, “They live happily ever after! The end!”. That pretty much sums up this book. It was by far the most anti-climactic book I have ever read. So bizarre. There was so much potential.