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Flesh and the Devil

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2007

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    Falling for a woman with secrets is more dangerous than undercover Vice Brenden Wallace could ever expect. It all started with Brenden¿s investigation of the escort service Exotic Jewels, and trying to bust them for prostitution. The plan backfired when Liadan blew his cover, ¿only to blow his mind later that night under the covers! Liadan was a creature of the night, vampyr if you will. She could not resist the spark she saw within Brenden and left her mark upon his neck. She wanted to be Brenden¿s one and only but when her body and soul belonged to something else, something evil, it was just not possible. Auguste Maximilan was the owner of Liadan and now Brenden. Only the power of the Ancient Wyr¿s hidden inside Brenden and his sister Dani, could even stand a chance against Auguste. Can love win against the forces of evil? Or will all be lost into a dark void? Devyn Quinn¿s book Flesh and the Devil is phenomenal! The warning label on the back cover tells the reader that this is a really HOT book and it is exactly that, HOT! The characters were very life like and the storyline was easy to follow allowing the reader to escape into a whole other world. The erotic scenes defined the word erotic, at some point I expected the pages to go up in flames. This book is sure to heat you up on a cold night. 5 Hearts

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2007

    Flesh and the Devil

    'Flesh and the Devil, by Devyn Quinn, comes from Aphrodisia¿s Erotic Romance range of titles. Please note, just because it says ¿erotic romance¿ on the cover that does not mean the content is tame or unerotic. Devyn Quinn is a mistress of paranormal penmanship and a delightful deviant in the art of erotica. Here she presents a neatly told tale that blends romance and the paranormal. But it is far from tame and never unerotic. Flesh and the Devil smoulders with flames that could have come straight from Hell.'

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable erotic supernatural police procedural romance

    Vice Squad detective Brendan Wallace is working undercover trying to bust up the Exotic Jewels¿ prostitute ring. He calls the company and they send him sexy Liadan Niamh, as his lady of the night. However, instead of busting her, she somehow outs him as a cop before leaving him in knots. Recently divorced Brendan cannot forget the sultry siren and tries to set up a second tryst with her. --- He soon learns how Liadan got the better of him when he realizes she truly is a lady of the night. She is a vampire. However, in spite of her attraction to the cop, she knows for his safety she needs to forget him but she cannot and he will not let her besides his desire for her there are dead females all over town with all the clues pointing towards Liadan. Concentrating on his love for her while thinking how his sister for years insisted there is magic in their blood Brendan tries to help free his beloved from malevolent Auguste, who he believes is the serial killer. --- This erotic supernatural police procedural romance hooks the sub-genre audience from the opening scene when Liadan leaves Brendan tied to a chair with the message to see her on his time not cop time and never unties the bonds of the reader until the climax. That opening encounter sets the relationship between two likable full blooded (even when she has not dined) protagonists falling into a taboo love for one another. The elements from the police procedural, romance and fantasy blend nicely together so that fans will appreciate the ties between the FLESH AND THE DEVIL. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2007

    Flesh and the Devil

    Got an ARC of Flesh and the Devil and all I can say is: GET THE BOOK! An excellent and highly charged read. The male/male scene between Brenden and the vampyr master Auguste almost singed my fingers. Smoking hot! A spicy hot vampire tale!

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    Posted December 20, 2009

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