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This is one of those books in which feelings fluctuate in relation to history. A single woman in her 27 years that never has lucky to get a boyfriend, in the middle of New York, land of opportunity to romancing. But then she realizes that he really wanted to stay with her (and not do anything sinister with her soul). Lia Romeo is a playwright, novelist, and author of the highly-praised humor book, 11,002 Things to Be Miserable About. I picked up this book as part of the Kindle Daily Deal on a whim and am I glad I did! I love the twist the author puts on the devil (Satan, Mephistopheles, Lucifer) where he is not the embodiment of evil. There are so few characters that are so alive to me I want to re-visit them: Eve and Roarke from the In Death series by J. Robb, Teren and Emma from the Conversion series by S. Stephens, the Vorkosigan family from the Vorkosigan saga by Lois Mc MI picked up this book as part of the Kindle Daily Deal on a whim and am I glad I did! I love the twist the author puts on the devil (Satan, Mephistopheles, Lucifer) where he is not the embodiment of evil. There are so few characters that are so alive to me I want to re-visit them: Eve and Roarke from the In Death series by J. Robb, Teren and Emma from the Conversion series by S. Stephens, the Vorkosigan family from the Vorkosigan saga by Lois Mc Master Bujold, and now Lucy and Lewis from Dating the Devil by Lia Romeo. It was a privilege to be provided with a copy of this book through Netgalley, in thanks I have provided the above honest review.

Lucy O Neill is a plain-Jane New York PR assistant with a tiny apartment, a dead-end job, and a pair of annoyingly perfect roommates. Nothing exciting ever happens to her, until one night at a neighborhood pub . Unfortunately, I have not been moved by the result.

Nothing exciting ever happens to her, until one night at a neighborhood pub . The reader follows Lucy and her two girlfriends in their outings in search of love or a one-night stand. Falling in love is accepting the imperfections of the other. I would have just enjoyed more details, more spice.

Even the interesting concept of the Devil and whether or not he is evil is brushed over in favour This is one of those cheesy, predictable books where the characters rarely show signs of having more than two dimensions, the plot never throws up any surprises and just occasionally you find yourself skimming a scene because it’s just so cringy.

Even the interesting concept of the Devil and whether or not he is evil is brushed over in favour of steamy scenes in hallways and lifts and offices and just about everywhere else.

Background characters have problems you can guess long before Lucy figures them out and the whole thing in general is as familiar and comfortable as driving home.