Review: Lucifer's Daughter by Eve Langlais

Hi, I’m Muriel, the only white sheep in a sea of black ones, and a virgin to boot. I am determined to wait for love, but my Dad, more commonly known as Lucifer, just wants me to stop being an embarrassment. I’m hoping the hunk I met in my bar will turn out to be the one–just looking at him makes my insides melt like marshmallows over the coals of Hell, but trusting is hard when it seems everyone I get close to ends up trying to kill me.

Not only am I dealing with an extreme case of lust, there’s a new threat in Hell, one my Dad says to ignore. Something easier said than done since it seems everywhere I turn demons are trying to kill me. But I’m okay with that, because one thing I’ve learned being a princess of Hell is that sometimes I have to grab a demon by the horns and slap it around a bit.

A rebellion in Hell, demon assassins and scorching kisses, could my life get any more interesting?

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Rosalie's Review: 5/5

Angels, demons, and a plot to over-throw Hell. Oh my!

Meet Muriel, daughter of Lucifer and princess of Hell. Aside from being the white sheep in a family of black ones, she spends her evenings running her business and dodging the advances of the demons her father sends her way, hoping his half-human daughter will loosen up and start living up to the family name. Then she meets Auric and his two friends, whose secrecy and determination more than intrigue her. While in serious lust with Auric, Muriel is no fool. She’s been the target of too many assassination attempts and on the receiving end of just as many gomers who claim they are worthy of popping her cherry. From the get-go, Auric is different, and after passing a few of her “getting to know you” tests, Muriel begins to wonder if she might have just met “the one.”

Lucifer's Daughter is everything I look for in a book. Witty, engaging characters, true sizzle-off-the-page chemistry, betrayal, deceit, sex, lies, passion, love, all wrapped a well-written, involved plot that keeps you on your toes. This is truly one book you can’t afford to miss.