Dahlia Clark is a Hell Broker. You want to sell your soul, she’s your girl.
The only problem? She’s not seen her boss, Luc, in over two centuries.
Not since he forced her out of hell, out of his bed and condemned her to be his eyes and ears on the surface.
As far as breakups go, it could have been better!
When Dahlia meets Samuel Rose, a male incubus with the London Underground scene wrapped around his finger, things are looking up in the romance department.
At least she can dust off a few of those cobwebs.
Lucifer doesn’t like it when people play with his things.
It doesn’t matter that he dumped her over two hundred years ago. The Devil wants Dahlia back, whatever the cost.
“I plan to claim you. Mark you. Never again will you question my love and loyalty to you.”
You know, I wasn’t 100% sure what to expect when I picked up the Devil’s Advocate. I mean, it’s not everyday that you meet the woman who wants to buy your soul. Dahlia is one unique creature with an even more interesting job. As a Hell Broker, she is the eyes and ears for Luc; although it’s been more than two centuries since she’s seen him. Luc may have broken Dahlia’s heart, but he is never too far away. And when Samuel enters the picture, that just might be the push Luc needed to reclaim Dahlia for his own….
Overall, I thought this was a really intriguing book. I thought it was dark and really unique. I loved how original the story-line was and how the characters pulled you into their story. This book is dark and sexy with some surprising twists and an ending that leaves you begging for more.
I think this author has a ton of potential in the paranormal romance world and I look forward to seeing what she’s got in store for us next.
*I was provided an ARC copy of this book, in exchange for an honest review*