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The Devil’s Wife


Ebook versions can be purchased here or here.
Paperbacks can be purchased here.
Goodreads page: here.

Reviews of The Devil’s Wife can be found at the bottom of this page.

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“Sit down and open your mind. Everyone knows ‘Devil’ means ‘Darkness’ and ‘God’ means ‘Light’.
“But history is always written by the winning side.”

Lucifer Morningstar is a law-abiding, upstanding gentleman of New York City.

Lucifer Morningstar is the Devil.

The owner of powerful magic, Lucifer could have the world at his feet, if not for his apathy and loneliness. Deprived of the ability to understand the emotions of others and his power depleted, Lucifer is no longer able to help even his houseplants.

But there’s a problem with God’s plan to eliminate the Devil forever: Lucifer is fighting Her more than he ever did. He’s found a reason to survive, someone to stand by him through the rough and smooth of his life.

He’s found a new wife.

Clarissa Avario opens Lucifer’s eyes to the darkest side of the real world, full of paedophiles, murderers, rapists and thieves.

Can Clarissa convince Lucifer to do more than stand back and watch the city fall apart? The Devil will do anything to fix Clarissa’s world, including take on Heaven.

And he will kill anything, God, Demon or Angel, that gets in his way.

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“The sweetness of the relationship between Lucifer and Clarissa is a stark contrast to the graphic violence that takes place in this book. The interaction of Lucifer and his demons is much like that you would see in any extended family, and at times quite humorous. I enjoyed the way the action played out and kept the reader guessing and never letting complacency become an issue. It took chutzpah to write a book of this ilk and talent to pull it off. Well done.”

~ Wendy, YouGottaRead Reviews

Holly Hunt indeed fashions a book that gives one thought. She positively crafts unbelievable characters that this reader will not forget. The book was one that no doubt will stick in this readers mind for days to come. Intriguing, charismatic, and action-packed, Clarissa and Lucifer broaden ones views while bringing on a different kind of tender romance.”

~ Linda, Fallen Angel Reviews

“So you think you know everything there is to know about the Devil and how he lives? Think Again. Completely unique! Those are the two words I would use to describe this novel. This is one of those stories that has its high points and low points. I like my characters flawed and looking at the subject matter, you expect that going in.”

~ Bailey, Texas Book Nook

“This book makes you think, is God really cruel is the Devil really caring, and is it possible? Is Hell a country club or the place with fire and brimstone? Makes you wonder. The author has written a wonderful story, a story where you can’t help caring for Lucifer and wondering about God. As a reviewer I am often given books that I would not otherwise have ordered such as this one and once again I would have missed out on a wonderful story and one that I totally enjoyed.”

~Linda, Paranormal Romance Guild

“First of all, forget everything you think you know about the Devil, Holly Hunt has twisted things in a way that is so imaginative.”

~My Addiction is Reading

“I really liked what Holly Hunt did with Lucifer and look forward to seeing what else she has in store for us. I liked the idea of this book VERY MUCH. Giving Lucifer a bit of a human feel makes him more relate-able. Holly does in fact make him less of a fictional religious figure and more of a man.”

~Book Lady, Must Read Faster

“The book is very well written and has a nice flow to it that makes it easy to read even if its not your normal read.  It had a nice mix of action and romance which I liked.  I do have to say that I will try other books this author writes.”

~Corey, Corey’s Book Reviews

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