Summary

It drives my dad nuts I'm such a Goody-Two-Shoes, but the fact that I'm a virgin makes smoke pour from his ears. See, I'm determined to save myself for love, but Daddy dear, more commonly known as Lucifer, just wants me to stop being an embarrassment. Would it kill you to sin a little?
Maybe he'll get his wish, because I met an intriguing hunk last night in my bar. Could he be the one? He certainly melts my panties like marshmallows over the coals of Hell, but do I dare trust him? My last boyfriend thought he'd gain infamy by killing me. He's infamous all right. Dad had him mounted on a wall, his version of modern art, titled, "Touch My Baby Girl and Die".
My love life isn't the only thing I've got to worry about. There's someone threatening the denizens of Hell, and while my daddy says to not worry my pretty little head about it, I am involved because whoever is behind the attacks keeps coming after me.
Bring it. I'm not afraid.
©2015 Eve Langlais (P)2016 Tantor
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5 out of 5 stars
By Ms. S. Steele on 07-10-17

A great story with a lovely audio

The audio is clear as a bell and the narrator has a lovely tone of voice, plenty of expression and a pleasure to listen to

The story is great, with a kickass heroine and moody bad boy hero, I am excited to resd/listen to book two in the series

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5 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 11-06-18

Lucifer has a defying daughter - the was so funny

Muriel was such a hoot to get to know. A goodie-two-shoes that her father, Satan, wants to have her muddied up - just do some bad things here or there, even if its a little lie. Or just to lose her V-card. Lucifer is so funny trying to convince her to sin a bit - he is trying to be such a good dad.
But Muriel just isn't wired that way. She wants to love a guy before she just loses that card of hers. And she can kick the butt with the best of demons out there. Well dad being Lucifer means you need to learn how to protect yourself, especially while living in hell. She has sisters that are succubi's (and one of them is named Bambi).
Auric walks into her bar with his friends and she just like-likes him. But he ask many questions and Muriel answers them quite honestly, with a bit of a stretch. Her attraction for Auric grows. But she needs to find out what this brooding Alpha male is after.
Lets find out what this male is after and what will the outcome be.
I totally enjoyed this book and can't wait to find out what happens in the next installment.

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4 out of 5 stars
By james on 26-03-18

Sounds like Robyn Petermans Hell on Heals series

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

This reminded me of the plot to one of Robyn Petermans books that is why i picked it..it is VERY similar.

Did Rebecca Estrella do a good job differentiating all the characters? How?

The narrator is ok..

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