"Tastefully written and truly captivating, A DEVIL NAMED DESIRE is a story about love and redemption for all creatures, even fallen angels." - Dark Faerie Tales Reviews
"Terri Garey is a superbly wonderful storyteller. A Devil Named Desire is a captivating novel brimming with wickedly attractive and extremely fascinating characters, loads of wit, passionate scenes, and just the right amount of action to keep you invested." - Romance Junkies
"Once again, Terri Garey gives a hero and heroine that you root for, worry over, and can't wait to see lose their respective undergarments." - GraveTells PNR News & Reviews
"A great story of good and evil, angels and imps, and the power of love." - RT Book Reviews
From the Inside Flap
"I'd really like to kiss you."
And then she did, and Gabe's universe expanded to include the sensation of soft lips on his own, the exchange of warm breath, and throb in his lower belly that was near pleasure/pain. He had no idea why he let her do it except that she seemed so precious and fragile, so vulnerable, as though she offered him her loneliness and her sorrows along with her body.
Heaven help him, he could not help but drink them in.
Closer she moved, and closer still, until her breasts were against his chest, and it was this that broke the spell; the desire to put his arms around her and drag her even closer came over him like a wave, and with it came the knowledge that if he let it, he would drown.
"Abruptly he jerked his head back, ending the kiss. "Stop," he whispered, looking into her eyes. "You must stop."