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Publisher Description

New York Times bestselling author Gena Showalter returns with a sizzling Lords of the Underworld story about an iron-willed sovereign and the somber beauty who melts him with a glance…

Possessed by the demon of Misery, Cameo isn’t allowed to experience joy. If she dares, her memory is wiped clean. With no other recourse, she sneaks into a land more fantastical than any fairy tale, determined to find the one man with the key to her redemption.

Lazarus the Cruel and Unusual rules his kingdom with a single unwavering focus: to build his army and annihilate his enemies. Nothing distracts him—until Cameo. He is relentless in his quest to make her smile…and seduce her into his bed.

As dark forces conspire against them, threatening to destroy the fragile bond they’ve forged, the once-calm Lazarus grows crazed. Every heart-stopping kiss and wicked touch causes Cameo to teeter on the brink of happiness. But if she falls, she risks forgetting him forever…

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
June 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
384
Pages
PUBLISHER
HQN Books
SELLER
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Kirakira2013 ,

Excellent!

This book was absolutely amazing!!! It's intrigued me about what's to come next. I'm hoping that some of the plot twists dealing with Gilly and William end up with them being together!

Feelrefreshed ,

Loved it

Sweet, sexy, loving

Heyyyyalllofyouuuthisisit ,

There was no party in my pants🤷🏼‍♀️

The dialogue of century old immortals, especially those filled with misery, should not be "speaking of a party... I'm inviting myself to the one in your pants." First off normal, non creepy, adult males do not even say that when attempting to seduce a woman. Second horny teenage boys rarely say that stuff unless joking. And yet this book is filled with the same nauseating language.
I loved the idea and the storyline of the book. But I could barely get into it because the "pickup lines" and "come-ons" and the general voice the characters were given was just off-putting.

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