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Duanuan loves being a demon of lust. Great benefits, all the sex he could ever want. He had no ambitions of moving up. Then one day, Pan, the King of Lust, tells Duan that he wants Duan to be the new Prince of Lust. How could he refuse? Only catch is that he has to seduce and damn a good soul meant for Heaven. As icing on the cake the meatpie that Pan has picked is the spitting image of Jezebel, the sexy seductress that left hell, and Duan for Earth and love. UGH! Duan thinks that the seduction will be a quick and easy job, after all, he's been seducing women for thousands of years. What he doesn't expect is to fall in love with the beautiful, charming, and fragile Virginia. As an added difficulty, all of hells elite is coming after him. Someone from hell has put a bounty on his head. If quitting this assignment was an option Duan would pick it, but the only out is his death. How will he ever pull this one off in time???
I really liked this book. I think Duan is such a fun character and Virginia was easy to fall in love with. Plus, there was flashes of the sexy Jesse, who has kept us captivated for the last 2 books. With a very unexpected ending this book was a great read. 4 stars
I'm actually very happy with Daun's story. I think Jackie Kessler did a very good job writing in the first person, male point of view. I found Daun to still be funny and sexy, and the same character I enjoyed when he was first introduced. I'm also very happy with the ending. I thought he was going to get the girl and live happily ever after, but I think the twist at the end made more sense, and it just means more stories involving Daun as the main character (hopefully) in the future. Altogether, a great addition to the series.
This book hit my "just ok" radar, not the: good (4 stars) or great (5 stars). Don Juan just didn't do it for me, he wasn't very likeable, also the romance was very much lacking in this book. Jezabel in the previous books was great as was the romance.
I don't generally read books with a male prespective, but I took a chance and won, big time! Duan is hot, smart, and deliciously conflicted. With an ending that I never saw coming, this book is a definate must read of the series, and stands alone too!