Friday, January 26, 2018

The Devil in Disguise by Cynthia Eden [Review]

 The Devil in Disguise by Cynthia Eden
The Devil in Disguise (Bad Things #1) by Cynthia Eden
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: April 29, 2017

Bad Things
1. The Devil in DisguisePaperback | Kindle
2. On the Prowl
3. Undead or Alive
4. Broken Angel
5. Heart of Stone
6. Tempted by Fate

Cynthia Eden
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Don’t make the devil angry…

Luke Thorne loves having one hell of a good time. As the ruler of every dark creature to walk the earth, he certainly has more than a bit of a bad side. He lives for danger and isn’t the type to lose his heart—mostly because he doesn’t have one. Then she walks into his life.

Mina James is seduction in the flesh, a perfect temptation that the devil himself couldn’t pass up. Too late, Luke realizes he’s let a real siren into his life, a woman who is bent on using his dark powers to free herself from hidden enemies. Since Luke isn’t the type of man to be used, he should walk away from her, but…something about Mina draws him close.

Soon he’s realizing that she isn’t who she appears to be. Not dark and cold, but burning red hot. Mina is a woman fighting for her life—and the Lord of the Dark suddenly finds himself in an unlikely role…hero. Luke isn’t going to let her enemies destroy Mina. He will fight heaven and hell to keep her. But in the end, the secrets they both carry may just rip apart a love that should never have been…

There are Bad Things in the world…very, very bad. Are you ready for them?
Thoughts on The Devil in Disguise: The bad guys and good guys are a little tangled up in this series. Because Luke seems like he's the epitome of bad, but he does some very good things at times. And those good guys have completely crossed a line and are doing things that make the Lord of the Dark look like a choirboy.

You know, if the Lord of the Dark COULD look like a choirboy.

But I digress. Lines are blurred and both Mina and Luke have a lot to lose when good and evil clash. She's not exactly what she seems, but, then, neither are Luke or his brother. So, you know, it all evens out. RIGHT?

Dark, dangerous, and twisty (with BONUS shapeshifting!), this is a series I think I'm going to enjoy!

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