I don't think I've ever read a series I've enjoyed more! Usually you like one or two books, but you may not be thrilled with each and every book in that series. That's positively NOT the case for me this time. I adored Ms. Vane's intricate, devilishly erotic, uber-sexy, Devil DeVere series like no other! The books weave with each other like puzzle pieces and you absolutely cannot miss any of them (and you won't want to either). Each character is essential to all the others for the complete make up of the stories. You won't want to miss a single detail and because you'll be so engrossed and the books are so well written, you'll catch every little bit without question. Diana and DeVere have a love/hate relationship that will keep you on the edge of your seat with anticipation and will leave behind a tickle in your tummy. They may manipulate everyone and everything within their means to acquire their pleasure, but the reader will be very glad they did (oh yeah!). It's the perfect blend between erotic pleasure and fun-filled aggressive by-play between the hero and heroine. I loved it and in my opinion, The Devil's Match is a Must Read! Oh heck, when it comes to The Devil DeVere series…they're all KEEPERS!
Diana and DeVere had been lovers, but he left her abruptly, leaving behind a broken heart and a thirst for revenge. When DeVere returned and wanted to rekindle their passionate affair, the devious manipulations between the two begin. Will either of them be able to keep their heart intact…will they even want to?
The devil is the true tempter of women
In this fourth installment of the award-winning Devil DeVere series, Diana has come to London as her goddaughter's chaperone. Wanting to avoid her erstwhile lover at all costs, she nevertheless has no choice but to appeal to DeVere for help when Vesta mysteriously disappears. Although once nearly consumed by her passion for DeVere, four years has reduced the former inferno to bitterness and ashes.
Ludovic's time abroad has only served to deepen his debauchery. He's become jaded, world-weary, and bored. He also recognizes with self-annoyance that the marks of his discontent have only increased upon a certain person's arrival in London. When Diana makes her appearance in his den of iniquity in all of her glorious self-righteous fury, he suddenly feels alive again.
"Damn you to hell, DeVere!" she cried, jerking out of his hold. "Yes, I want you now, but I would despise myself for it the moment we finished."
"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."
While DeVere is once more hell-bent to have Diana back in his bed, she will do whatever it takes to bring him to his knees.