Review: Book: Greed- L.J. Baker


Title: Greed

Series: Seven Deadly Sins #3

Author’s Name: L. J. Baker


Genre: Paranormal Romance

Page Count: 178 Pages


Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: Greed

Link to Goodreads: Greed

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Lucifer needs a change. After two months of the game, he’s no closer to finding true love. Between the strange break-ins, Cupid weaseling his way into the process, and not nearly enough naked fun time, the devil is ready for a little vacation. Lucky for him, the next girl is an ocean away.

Lady Valerie Kensington is royalty. She doesn’t care about titles, not like her father, who is more concerned with being fourteenth in line to the throne, than his own daughter. Valerie fills her days with spending his money, having a good time, and searching for new ways to get a rise out of her stiff father.

Lucifer sees something more in Valerie from the start. The connection between them is immediate, and beyond the greed and petty immaturity, there’s a hurt little girl who only wanted her father’s love.

Could Valerie be his soul mate? Lucifer intends to find out, and as they dodge problem after problem, there may be more immediate concerns at hand. First, they have to get through the month in one piece.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. It is on to the next sin which is Greed. Luc meets Valerie and he is wondering if she will be the one. There was a bit more exciting and there is more mysteriosus about this book. It kind of left me with a lot of question and the best of the book still has my head spinning. There are still more sins to come. We just have to see how if Luc can find his true love.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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