Friday, September 2, 2016

Review: Damned If He Does

Damned If He Does Damned If He Does by Marcella Burnard
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book was anything but ordinary. Rather than your typical angel/demon book, this story touched on all sorts of unique storyline.

Dar has been cursed to life as an incubus because of his womanizing ways as a human. It didn’t seem that bad until he finally meets a woman he can’t seduce. Satan is pretty strict in his quotas, so Dar is even more determined to figure out why his infallible power is suddenly failing him. Fiona is the woman in question and she couldn’t be less interested in Dar. She’s finally come to grips with her life as an “ace” and isn’t going to compromise herself for anyone (even her meddling sister).

What starts out as a “working” relationship between Dar and Fiona quickly morphs into a wonderful friendship. I’m not sure what I was rooting for along the way, but these two had a great relationship (even without the smutty goodness). The big bad in this whole situation is really just Satan and his determination to make Dar’s life hell (ha). These two, however, are willing to put aside their selfish desires to make this thing work between them. That’s what ultimately ends up saving the day. Love can come in all shapes and sizes.

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