Paramour for the Devil

Paramour for the Devil

by Savannah Hill

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Darkly erotic. Supremely powerful.

Haley Hawthorne is a witch. She shuns her paranormal gifts, instead escaping into a mundane, reclusive life as an accountant for her Uncle Eli's firm. Five years earlier, Haley was kidnapped by Raden, brother of Lucifer, and held captive as his personal sex slave. She escaped but still bears the scars, both physical and emotional. Now she's turned away from both magic and sex, and she's certain nothing will ever bring those lost things back into her life...

Damian, son to Lucifer, has renounced his right to the throne of Hell and has become a soldier for Adversus, hunting evil supernatural creatures on Earth. Unfortunately, he's powerless to witches, and this witch can read his mind. He can't decide what is more dangerous--the irresistible attraction he feels for her, or the intoxicating peace she gives him. One thing is certain, they both share a tortured past.

After Damian rescues her from an attack by monstrous djinn, Haley discovers the dangerously seductive soldier has secrets of his own. One of them is the collection of whips, ropes, handcuffs, and leather riding crops he keeps locked away, though he refuses to show her his "Master" side. As her trust in him grows, she finds herself increasingly intrigued by all the kinky things he's hiding. But Damian has been given a new mission to kill a monster. A monster that turns out to be her uncle...

Reader note: contains alpha male, light BDSM elements including spanking and bondage, paranormal fantasy elements including demons, and hot scenes intended for adults

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157249816
Publisher: Etopia Press
Publication date: 04/23/2017
Series: The Hawthorne Witches , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 343
File size: 811 KB

About the Author

Savannah Hill is an erotic romance novelist diligently working to create a world that readers can truly experience and enjoy along with her. Captivated by romance at a very young age, she began writing love stories in grade school, always imagining new scenarios and characters. Addicted to her passion, her first novel, Paramour for the Devil, is the story that invaded her dreams until the final chapter was written.

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Paramour for the Devil 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
CrystalMarie218 More than 1 year ago
This was a really good paranormal read for me. Granted it didn’t draw me in completely and leave me hanging for more, but I did still enjoy it. Damian and Haley were really good characters, and they were a great balance between the two of them. I do have to say that even with everything Haley had been through the strength that she portrays was just awesome. And the courage that she shows was great. While yes, at times you could tell that she was scared and upset, that was to be excepted. There’s a lot that happens in this book and it did keep me reading further into the book. I do have to say that you do have to pay attention to this book or you could get confused about what is happening. Overall, I would say that I will be keeping an eye out for the second book in this series. Reviewed by Crystal Marie for Crystal’s Many Reviewers *Copy provided for review*
RomanticReadsandSuch More than 1 year ago
I still read the occasional paranormal romance but it’s definitely not my main genre right now so I’m not sure what all is out there. Which means I’m not the best to say how original this world is :), but I think that Hill does a great job of creating one that is interesting. It’s got just the right touch of real world to make you think that it could be happening around you but yet be full of witches, demons, monsters and supernatural soldiers. Haley went through something horrible and I’m impressed by how well she’s recovered. She’s still not completely healed and hesitates to get intimate with any man, especially the nephew of the man who held her captive (and someone who saw her in that situation). But being able to see into Damian’s mind helps I think. She starts to understand him a little better and see past who he used to be. Damian may be the son of Satan but he is now working for the other side, fighting demons and monsters. Working with her brothers introduces him to Haley and spending time with the sexy witch draws him in. But can he breach the walls that her time in Hell built … and what happens when he’s ordered to kill her uncle? I love the relationship and trust that builds between these two. They each have reasons to be wary of the other but time (and the glimpses they get of each other’s thoughts) start to forge something sweet. Damian is amazingly patient and understanding of all of Haley’s hangups. And she’s definitely strong, she just has to remember that. There’s danger mixed in with the love story, as expected with most paranormal romances, and it adds that extra oomph to the book. Because it is the first in the series, there is a lot of extra explanation that has to happen, but I don’t feel like it bogged things down. I do, though, think there were times where it might have been missing some of the history related to this story. I’m not sure if that was intentional or not, because they weren’t big things but just enough that I wanted a little more info. I’m curious to see where Hill goes from here and whether we get some of those answers when the rest of the Hawthornes gets their stories. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Haley is a powerful witch, although she keeps her powers as muted as possible, as with the rest of her life. 5 years ago, she had been enslaved by Lucifer's brother. When her brother starts working with Lucifer's son Damian, one who betrayed his family to work for the greater good, she can't get him out of her head. Damian has his own issues. When he was younger, he was enslaved by a witch. Since then, his disdain for them makes him avoid them at all costs. The problem is, since seeing Haley, he can't get her out of his head either. This was a great story. It had some pretty hot scenes in it and it moved really fast, especially for being almost 300 pages. There were some great characters built within the story beyond just the hero and heroine. I loved experiencing Damian's inexperience at any kind of relationship and trying to figure it out as he falls for Haley. While Haley is basically hiding out in the beginning of the story, so it's hard to see her inner strength. But as the story progresses, she really comes back into her own and her strength definitely give's Damian's a run for it's money. There were just a few things that I didn't care for, but it didn't deter from the book at all. I can't wait to read more about Haley and Damian. I highly recommend it to anyone that likes these genres. **I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review**
Crystal61 More than 1 year ago
I really did enjoy this story. The idea of one of Satan's sons helping to rid the world of evil and falling in love with a good witch was interesting. There was plenty of action and lots of hot sex to keep my attention. A couple of times about three quarters of the way through the book, I felt the sex actually took away from the action and story. Haley could have been in more danger considering her captor that she escaped. Some of the action was downplayed once it was over. But the chemistry between Haley and Damian was hot, bringing such emotional opposites together. A brooding male, not very trusting of witches, and a good witch who, despite torture, retained a good heart and innocence. I would love to read more of Savannah Hill. I did receive this book for an honest review and do recommend it to those with a love for hot paranormal romance with a dash of suspense.
Jitz More than 1 year ago
I received a free copy of this from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. Thank you so much for writing this Savannah! I love your take on the paranormal and the Devil's spawn. I totally enjoyed reading this, it was well written. I actually read it in one sitting (got a sore butt from this one), lol. Wow, the chemistry between Damian and Haley is smoking hot, that tongue! The action scenes, were as hot as the sex scenes. I was kept interested the entire time, itching to turn the next page to see what was next! I cannot wait to read more from this Author. Highly Recommend to anyone over 18 who loves a wicked read.
Arch_Angel More than 1 year ago
3 1/2 Stars for this book. While Damian may be the youngest of the Devil’s brood, he is destined to be his father’s successor. But after being left in the torturous hands of an evil witch for 3 years, Damian is not inclined to step up to the plate and has chosen a more noble path in the human realm. Haley is a mousy, withdrawn young woman, who just wants to fly under the radar and live a quiet inconspicuous life. For the last five years she has looked over her shoulder and feared the darkened streets and the shadows. After months of torture, sexual abuse and unspeakable degradation while the captive of Damian’s uncle Raden in the bowels of Hell, Haley’s fragile, reclusive and is happy with her solitary existence. Damian and Haley are the primary characters in this story about an Order of hunters called the Adversus, and the young people with unusual gifts that are soldiers, or healers in their ranks. While the story had some exciting moments and elements of danger, it was essentially about the relationship between Damian and Haley, which was mostly sex. Don’t get me wrong, I love a HOT story as much as anyone, but I felt that the book lost momentum through the middle as the couple were always in the throws of lust, and not much else was happening. The story had so much promise, but other than one feeble attempt by one of Raden’s demons to recapture Haley, she was never really in any danger. And after being told that Haley was prophesised to result in Damian’s rise to power in Hell, nothing more was mentioned. So while Paramour for the Devil casts an interesting view on Satan and his sons, I felt the book was too long based on all the sex scenes, left issues unanswered and that it finished abruptly.