Midnight With the Devil

Midnight With the Devil

by Emma Castle

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BN ID: 2940155646624
Publisher: Emma Castle
Publication date: 08/13/2018
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 54,751
File size: 728 KB

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Midnight with the Devil 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Momma_Becky 3 months ago
A solid idea with a lackluster execution. The story is surprisingly light considering the subject matter - not so light as to be considered a RomCom, but pretty light nonetheless. That, I could've been okay with, but from start to finish, I couldn't escape the similarities to the television show. The storyline and characters are more simplistic than the show, but the sexy playboy persona, the deal maker, a good-hearted human who may be Lucian's downfall or saviour, depending on how you look at it, the nightclub - it's all there. All of that aside, I didn't find these characters particularly likable, and the story just didn't pull me in. It's a fairly quick read, so I did finish it, but it isn't something that I would reach for again or that I would think of to recommend.
AT_202 4 months ago
I don’t even know where to begin because this book was so good! I expected one thing - the Devil takes an innocent female soul in exchange for the life of a loved one and they fall in love - but it is much more than that. Emma Castle’s take on the devil is different than what I’ve read before and in a good way. Lucien Star, aka the Devil, Satan, Lucifer, fell from grace many years ago due to his pride. Charged with guarding hell, he needs to find a pure soul to keep the gates of Hell closed. Diana is desperate. Her father is dying and she would do anything to keep him alive - including making a bargain with the devil. The two characters are interesting. Lucien is arrogant, somewhat selfish, and a bit of an alpha male. Diana is kind-hearted, compassionate and a strong character learning what it is like to give herself to Lucien. The two are so different that they make an unlikely pair. I really enjoyed watching how their relationship evolved and talk about those steamy scenes! I really enjoyed Midnight with the Devil. The ending was phenomenal and I loved the epilogue. The book was entertaining and moved at a good pace. The characters were well developed with both strengths and flaws. I liked the secondary character of Amara and I think I would have liked to seen more of her in the book. This is my first book by Emma Castle and it will not be my last. I received this book as an ARC and I voluntarily leave this review.
SexyVixenReader 5 months ago
I went in thinking one thing when I started this book and came out the other getting much more. Good quick read that leaves you wanting more of Diana and Lucien.
Anonymous 8 months ago
This is the type of book that will stay with you for a very long time. The saying for book lovers: I have lived a thousand lifetimes was captured in this fantastic read!
georgia1 8 months ago
A different type of story that will hold you captive, not knowing what to expect. Diane Kingston was desperate to save her father's life. Somehow her wish came true after she made a pact with the Devil, or rather Lucien, aka Lucifer Morningstar. When she finds her father has been healed, she is then accountable for her bargain and determined to carry it out. But hold on to your seat, this story will take you through the gamut of emotions from sadness, to desire and crying. A wonderful debut novel for this author and hopefully we will see a lot more soon!! Lori Dykes
Bookbytch5 9 months ago
It’s the first book by Emma Castle, This story grab me from start to finish. its an incredible, amazing, beautifully heartbreaking. its all about Diana and Lucien (aka Lucifer Morningstar). OMG there are some of the steamy scenes that are HOT AS HELL. A must read, I was gifted a copy from Emma.