Mated to the Devil

Mated to the Devil

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by Eve Langlais
     
 

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Not all pleasures are a sin...

Forbidden passion, seduction and more... Mina was a good girl who tried to walk away from the golden eyed devil but found herself seduced instead.

Mina wants to put her seduction by a golden-eyed devil behind her, but the birth of her son, Jacques, renders that impossible. She tries to forget the only man who ever roused her passion,

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Not all pleasures are a sin...

Forbidden passion, seduction and more... Mina was a good girl who tried to walk away from the golden eyed devil but found herself seduced instead.

Mina wants to put her seduction by a golden-eyed devil behind her, but the birth of her son, Jacques, renders that impossible. She tries to forget the only man who ever roused her passion, but when she notices her son exhibiting strange behavior-and less-than-human characteristics-she must face her past and learn to trust, and love, again.
Howling drunk, the one thing Remy clearly remembers is seducing Mina. A pity he didn't think to get her address, especially since he marks her as his mate. When she disappears, he's got plenty of time to regret, but he doesn't get a chance to atone until she comes back into his life with an unexpected surprise.

Thrust into the role of father, Remy works to bond with his son while gaining forgiveness. But will he get the chance to truly make Mina his mate before danger threatens their fragile happiness?

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ISBN-13:
9781532868375
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/22/2016
Pages:
194

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Mated to the Devil [Werewolf Erotic Romance] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow what an emotional roller coaster this story was. Usually Eve's books are chock full of giggling one liners, but in this one she tackled some serious issues and brought me to tears more than once. But she also made me smile. I was utterly captivated by the characters. As for the hot scenes while explicit they were also sweet and just right for this story. Probably one of her best.
MyReadingObsession More than 1 year ago
MATED TO THE DEVIL‏ introduces us to Mina, a girl who has been raised by a family that takes religion to the fanatical level, and Remy a werewolf who is a frat boy in college. As is the case with the shifters in Ms. Langlais world Remy could scent that Mina was his intended mate from the first whiff. Poor Mina has been dragged along with her wilder cousins to a frat party and is surrounded and subsequently man handled by drunk frat boys, when she is saved by Remy. Some of the things I love about shifter romance is the alpha male, take charge, protect and possess, mate for life heroes. We are given the chance to see what happens when things don't turn out the way that our alpha male had planned. I love also that Ms. Langlais heroines are spunky and have a backbone and Mina doesn't start out that way but she sure learns to stand up for herself. The heat in this book is pretty steady through most of the book and has a bit of kink as well.  MATED TO THE DEVIL‏ provides a devilishly good read and several a hot as hell sexy scenes with our hot werewolf hero and his mate. This book is on the shorter side so it is something that you can read and enjoy in a weekend if not just a Saturday.  I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is different from most of the other books i have read by Eve but it was a wonderful and lovely read. She has yet to have a bad story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another homerun. Pulls you in from the first chapter to the last nail bitting page. WOW!
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I can not believe this is the same author of Bunny and the Bear series. I loved Remy, Jacques and Pierre. But the Mina and he's the devil thing got old fast. Real fast. Mina's character just seemed so old. Throw in the continues comparing Remy to the devil and she unlikeable. But she was great as a mommy. This book and characters had so much potential. Just took too long to get from A to B to C.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Patti, Book provided by Amira Press, and Review originally posted at Romancing the Book. Take a smokin’ hot Lycan who has found but then lost his mate, a woman who has tried to leave said Lycan in the past and a little boy who is displaying some very strange behavior; put them together and you have the recipe for a page flipping good time. Mated to the Devil is high on my list of great reads this year. From the first page to the last it had me wanting more. For a college student, Remy’s character seems to act typical for his age. Immature and impulsive he quickly lives to regret the one night of drunken lost control. Plus his father being there in the morning helps him see the light! I could tell he had it in him to be more than just a dumb kid from the start and he didn’t let me down. His passion is obvious from the very first pages and it never cools. I adore hot men in novels, they never disappoint me. They are oh so protective and when the bad boys come around they are always so good. Mina’s back story is one that is pretty bleak. Some of what happens to her seems harsh and her family is awful but she manages to grow up quickly, pull through and keep going. I couldn’t get myself to care too deeply for her though because her behaviors were generally inconsistent. I kept feeling like her story skipped or had holes in it. While typing this it hit me that I felt like she was living more on autopilot most of the time. I think I expected more fire from her. I really liked Jacques, their son, he has a great personality and even as young as he is he was already showing what kind of qualities he was going to have as an adult. If we could rate in half stars I would give it four and a half stars. My only complaint would be that I thought that Mina’s side of the story and also how they are found needed something more. Mina felt a little hollow to me but maybe this will become a series and some of the vagaries I sensed will be explained. I thoroughly enjoyed the story and encourage you to read it.
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Judy-Ree More than 1 year ago
I first heard about Mated to the Devil by Eve Langlais on a soon to be released listing somewhere. Eve Langlais is a hit or miss author for me. Either I really like the book, or it really tanks for me. This was one of the hits. The story opens with Remy, at one of his college fraternity's parties, drunk and scenting his mate. He follows the scent and finds Mina. Mina is a very innocent, very sheltered young woman who made the mistake of allowing her cousins to drag her to a frat party. Mina's first sight of Remy, his eyes are glowing from the wolf's excitement of a hunt through the party to find it's mate. Since Mina's parents are religious fanatics, her first thought is that he was the devil. And when her body responds, just standing next to him, she is sure of this. When Mina retreats from him, Remy drowns his sorrow in more alcohol.  Mina finds the cousins who brought her, at her Aunt's insistence, and begs to go home. But they are busy drinking and making out with guys and urge her to just cut loose and have some fun. One of the guys at the party offers to let find some quiet time in his room. But when they get to the room, him and his buddy start to try and rape Mina.  Remy, by this point is beyond wasted. He decides to head up to his room and sleep it off. But on the way there, he once again smells Mina. And then he hears her. Pleading for the boys to stop and to not hurt her. Let's just say the wolf goes off the collar at that point. So Remy bursts in, beats the ever living tar out of the 2 boys and they carries Mina off to his room. In his drunken wolf ridden mind, the boys had attempted to take what was his because he hadn't marked her yet and decides to rectify this. Mina attempts to dissuade him, but her refusals are weak and he quickly uses her own body's response to over come them. They both pass out afterword.  Mina wakes up and leaves, but Remy still very drunk sleeps till his father, a sheriff, wakes him the next day. Remy is being expelled from school for putting the 2 boys in the hospital. Remy explains to his father what happened, everything that happened, including marking his mate. The only problem - he never got her name and has no way of finding her. It's not until they finally find Mina's Aunt that the real worry started though. When she tells them that Mina was thrown out of the family for being a whore. It will take five years before they meet again and the story truly starts. I really liked this book. The story was so good, I didn't even mind shedding a few tears throughout it. (And I won't read a book or watch a movie knowing I will cry during it.) Mina has a lot to overcome due to the way she was raised. There are times when she starts to comes across as weak, but when put to the test, finds her strength. Mina impressed me time and again. I gave this book 5 stars on Goodreads. It is definitely worth a reread.
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ElaineReads More than 1 year ago
Title:   * Mated to the Devil Author: Eve Langlais Series: n/a Genre: Paranormal Romance Publisher: Amira Press Format: ebook Date/Year: March 29, 2013 Reviewed by: ElaineReads *This book was provided to me by the author for review. Summary from the publisher:  Not all pleasures are a sin... Mina wants to put her seduction by a golden-eyed devil behind her, but the birth of her son, Jacques, renders that impossible. She tries to forget the only man who ever roused her passion, but when she notices her son exhibiting strange behavior—and less-than-human characteristics—she must face her past and learn to trust, and love, again. Howling drunk, the one thing Remy clearly remembers is seducing Mina. A pity he didn’t think to get her address, especially since he marks her as his mate. When she disappears, he’s got plenty of time to regret, but he doesn’t get a chance to atone until she comes back into his life with an unexpected surprise. Thrust into the role of father, Remy works to bond with his son while gaining forgiveness. But will he get the chance to truly make Mina his mate before danger threatens their fragile happiness? My Musings:  I had great hopes for this book. Unfortunately, the entire plot is based on what has to be the most objectionable trope in romance literature. The entire relationship originates with Remy forcing himself on Mina. He, of course, brings her to orgasm and she remembers that night as the most pleasurable of her life.  Mina and Remy meet when she is 19 and he is 22. Mina has been raised by parents who are religious fanatics, and she, of course, is a virgin. While visiting cousins, she attends a college party where she is almost raped by two frat brothers. Although rescued by an extremely drunk Remy, he proceeds to forcibly seduce her.  And that is where my problem with the book begins. Forcible seduction is just another way of saying rape. Mina fights him and begs him to let her go. Remy continues to be "seduce" her and ends up impregnating her.  The story picks up five years later. Mina has an adorable little boy who happens to snarl and growl and whose eyes sometimes glow. Because she could never find Remy when she discovered she was pregnant, she has been forced to survive on her own and has no idea what is going on with her son. Remy has tried to find her, but he never found out her name before passing out.  The entire forced seduction aspect negatively colored my opinion of the book which is a shame. After Mina and Remy finally find each other, their relationship develops into a caring and loving one. I loved Remy's joy when he found out he had a son. Pierre, Remy's father, is so proud to be a grandfather and the most likable character in the book. There are indications that a sequel may be coming and I hope it is about Pierre. Obviously, I liked the book well enough to want to read the sequel. Without the objectionable beginning, I would have rated it a 4 or 4.5. Hopefully, her next book will not contain such jarring content.  Ratings:  Overall: 3 Sensuality level: 3.5 (MF vanilla sex, but the language is explicit)
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FranJessca More than 1 year ago
I am a HUGE fan of Eve Langlais's books and I have to admit this is by far my FAVE book from Eve due to the emotional ride that Eve put me through in "Mated to the Devil".  I'm used to her humor in books and was not prepared for an emotional one that made me realize how cruel the world is...even when it's paranormal.   One night at a frat party, Mina ends up not only raising concerns in her head that she should not be at the party due to her fear of her parents finding out, but her concerns with the guy who she cannot seem to get enough of seeing.  Remy never thought he would find his mate while during unlucky circumstances.  Now he is determined to find out more about her and claim her.   That one night of passion will leave Mina wondering what Remy is and why now she is concerned about her son, Jacques and his glowing eyes.  What was Remy...was he the devil? Remy has been not himself since that one night of passion and his father has been trying everything to find out about the woman who claimed his son's heart.   When they do find her, they will find out Remy not only had one night of passion, but became a father to a very adorable child. I could go on and on, but I do not want to spoil it.  Eve gives you a book where two characters who are raised differently.  Mina is from a very religious family and her parents will disown her if she does anything that is not in their religion. Remy is the shapeshifter who is supposed to be laying low while in college, but becomes too lovestruck the minute he sees Mina. How Eve wrote Mina and Remy together was perfect. Mina needed Remy for what her parents did to her and she needed someone to remind her the world was not there to judge her or make fun of her.  Remy needed Mina because he needed someone to love and be loved back. This has to be one of the best dark paranormal romance books I have read so far this year.  Eve did a splendid job on everything about this book. Although, the first half may be kind of too much to some readers, to me, it was not what some readers would think.  Eve does a fabulous job of explaining Mina's reaction to what happened in detail and how she felt what happened between her and Remy.   She may have been a little scared because she thought he was the devil at first or son of the devil, but once she realized the truth, she definitely understood the world better. Mina is a very strong heroine at the end, even when she was put through hell with her parents and what happened to her.  She had such a strong little man to help her along the way too, Jacques...her adorable little boy, who you will find out about when you read this book.  He stole my heart every time he was mentioned.   I give this book 5 full moons and highly recommend it to paranormal romance readers and fans of Eve Langlais.   Be prepared for an emotional ride though because Eve will bring out the tears in this book.  Have a box of tissues handy...I did warn you.  =)  
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