"I've come to count on Victoria Vane to deliver delightful, erotic romantic escapes. But this book signals a new turn in the Devil DeVere series, and it has now become an addiction for me... Suffice it to say, this is a sensational, sultry read with a complicated plot that will tantalize and seduce any readers of the Devil DeVereseries. While it might be an entertaining read for newcomers, the rewards to starting this series from the very beginning are too many to mention--and the enticements of the next new release will surely have you coming back for more!" - The Romance Reviews
"I've been hooked from the beginning, like with no other series I've ever read. It's filled with mystery, mischief, adventure, romance and oh yes, sex that will leave you gasping for breath as you soak up each page of this sensual, romantic experience." -Night Owl Reviews
"If you still haven't fallen in love with DeVere, now you'll surrender yourself. I'm getting addicted to Victoria's writing, it's like a drug." - Reading Romances
From the Inside Flap
"Why?" he asked, confounded.
"Why? Because I once confused passion for deeper feeling. I won't make that mistake again."
"But don't you remember how it was between us? I can bring you rapture. You know that. What harm is there?"
She scoffed, "Surely the same words the serpent whispered to Eve."
"The "Devil DeVere" series is a variation on the rake's progress, or the rake's reformation, except that is doesn't start with said rake as the main character--a device that is amazingly clever on Vane's part and allows her to circle in on DeVere without revealing too much at the outset. In the first two books DeVere is the puppet master, rearranging his friends' lives. But in the background, readers catch hints that there's more to him than the debauched reprobate they see. By the time we find out his story, we're invested. The series is erotic and sexy, and sometimes you want to shake the characters until their teeth rattle, but it is absolutely marvelous. This one should be read with bonbons. And a fan!" - Marlene Harris for Library Journal