- File Size: 552 KB
- Print Length: 241 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1625266731
- Publisher: Solstice Publishing - Summer Solstice Imprint (November 2, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0774X3XFX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #620,171 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love this interpretation of the great war between the angels and results of the fallen. The politics are fascinating. Everyone is required to follow protocol. Even Lucifer needs to request permission before acting on certain desires.
Cora and Andrew have fallen into the same trap as thousands of other loving couples. Stress has put a strain on their relationship. Blame has been placed squarely on each other. The pair have no reason to believe the fault may lay on an unseen entity. Separation is inevitable.
The separation was just what Xander and Devin needed to proceed with their plan. The relationship needs to end. Cora and Andrew must remain apart.
I experienced a lot of anger towards the characters in this book. I was angry with Andrew for nearly the entire first half of the story. Cora would have been fine if she didn’t let Marilyn back her into a corner. So much anger there. I had high hopes for Devin, but that kept getting squashed. Cora had me confused, but I figured out why towards the end.
This book had the near-perfect ending. I loved all the self-realizations. I ended the book with a tear in my eye and a smile in my heart.
This book is wonderful; it pulls you in by about halfway through the first page and holds your attention consistently to the very last page. Each character is so well defined that you feel for each of them and have to keep reading to find out how it ends. The depth of the emotions that this book pulls from the reader is superb! The story will shake up everything you thought you knew about demons, lust, and love.
Tamayo's a skilled writer who comes up with unique and interesting characters and plots. This story is no exception. The heart of this book is a love triangle between Cora, Devin, and Andrew. Cora and her husband, Andrew, have been trying to get pregnant for a long time but had several miscarriages. Andrew has been a real jerk about it too. So, when Devin, the demon of lust, gets sent to seduce Cora because of a prophecy surrounding Cora's child, you find yourself rooting for him. The characters shift and grow throughout the story and, without spoiling the book, the ending is fantastic. The book is interesting, well-written, and a fun way to spend an afternoon.
Cora loves her husband, but tensions have built to a point that may be impossible to return from. Andrew’s departure from their marital home opens the door for a demonic intervention into their lives. Devin’s male beauty, virility and demonic magnetism prove too much temptation for a woman in love, but scorned. Andrew slowly realizes how important his marriage is to him, but perhaps too late!
Rachael Tamayo’s novel builds in tension, and plot twists as the main characters are drawn deeper and deeper into Satan’s master plan. Their attempts to find their way back to each other, while psychologically dueling with all too human doubts and jealousies, are in direct opposition to Lucifer’s plan. Tension is increased as the lustful demon, Devin, pulls out all the stops to ensure his master’s success.
A real page turner that may make you question your beliefs. It will definitely entertain and leave you wanting to follow Andrew and Cora’s story just a little further...
As for Andrew, I was on the fence in the beginning. The way he just left her and was rude when she contacted him made my hackles rise. Then to run back because of jealousy didn't help, but in the end, I forgave him. He never gave up on her and proved his worth.
The title "Lucifer's Game" is very appropriate for this twisted tale of a devil who wants to make sure a special child is never born.
A woman prophesized to bring the one child into the world, who will end Lucifer's reign; the woman chosen to rid world of evil once and for all. Lucifer sends the demon Lust to keep this woman away from the man who will father the special child. Should be easy, right? Well, think again.
I loved this book from line one, and when Devin made his ppearance I could no longer put it down. Looking forward for the next book by this author.
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