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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 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’. Cute in a twisted way. 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. Being a princess of Hell means that sometimes I have to grab a demon by the horns and slap it around. It’s what keeps my ass looking great. Nothing in my life is ever simple, and I blame that on my dad, Lucifer. Assassination attempts, hellhounds, and a rebellion in Hell? A piece of cake compared to the turmoil in my heart. No one ever told me love would be the toughest battle of all.


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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 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’. Cute in a twisted way. 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. Being a princess of Hell means that sometimes I have to grab a demon by the horns and slap it around. It’s what keeps my ass looking great. Nothing in my life is ever simple, and I blame that on my dad, Lucifer. Assassination attempts, hellhounds, and a rebellion in Hell? A piece of cake compared to the turmoil in my heart. No one ever told me love would be the toughest battle of all.

30 review for Lucifer's Daughter

  1. 4 out of 5

    Cece ❀Rants, Raves &Reviews❀

    So what all do you need to know about our girl Muriel Well she owns a bar. has some boy trouble. and... oh yah, she's Lucifer's daughter Muriel, the virgin daughter of Satan, has been saving herself for love with the perfect man while making her dad the literal laughingstock of hell. When suddenly... “Speaking of lust, look what just walked in. Three hot and sexy hunks. A come-fuck-me vibe practically oozed from their skin. Seriously, if I could have bottled these guys, I would have made a for So what all do you need to know about our girl Muriel Well she owns a bar. has some boy trouble. and... oh yah, she's Lucifer's daughter Muriel, the virgin daughter of Satan, has been saving herself for love with the perfect man while making her dad the literal laughingstock of hell. When suddenly... “Speaking of lust, look what just walked in. Three hot and sexy hunks. A come-fuck-me vibe practically oozed from their skin. Seriously, if I could have bottled these guys, I would have made a fortune even greater than the creator of Viagra did.” This book was hilarious!! I just adored the style and the humor. Then add in some seriously sexy scenes with one yummy hottie and I was eager to keep reading! My favorite part about our heroine is that she has values and wants to be good -- but is willing to fight to be that. I was kinda worried we were gonna get a shy wallflower. But instead we got a bloodthirsty princess of hell that is just doing things her way “I’m coming with you.” Auric moved to a cabinet against the wall. When he opened it, I almost clapped my hands in glee, for my handsome suitor had almost as many cool toys as I did. Swords, knives, guns, and, yes, even a flamethrower. I could feel another piece of my heart swinging in his direction, and I had to stifle an urge to throw my arms around him and kiss him silly.” As the first of the reverse harem, Auric was a great fit who really kinda establishes himself as someone for Muriel's to lean on. Where he is stoic and logical, she was coy and sassy. Now I have to say it... I keep finding these goddamn reverse harems that aren't actually having more than one love interest Bitch. If you say this a reverse harem… then give me a goddamn reverse harem In this book there was only one main love interest for our heroine. Sure it impliedddddd we getting more in the series. But you couldn’t even start us with two?? But with our ONE love interest, the book really kept the chemistry and intensity building both in the casual flirting and fight scenes. i love love sexy banter both in and outta the bed, which made the climax of the book even better “He wore the same leather duster of the previous evening, and, once again, I enviously admired it. Unable to resist, I reached out a hand and stroked its supple surface, feeling a thrill that my hand strayed so close to his actual body. “It’s so soft,” I murmured. “Not for long, if you keep stroking it,” he drawled.” We have some interesting secondary characters from anxious dad, Lucifer, the teasing incubus sister, Bambi. But sadly we didn't really engage much with, so I'm guessing they gonna be some recurring info-dumping type characters who will pop up as needed “For the world’s biggest slut, Bambi was an awesome big sister. And no, that wasn’t an insult; Bambi took pride in winning the title year after year.” If you’re looking for something fun -- urban fantasy reader erotic romance -- that has great sexual heat, give this short, unique story a try! It's a quick read that keeps you engaged the entire time!!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bark | Ladies Of Horror Fiction

    4 1/2 Stars Muriel, virgin daughter of Satan, has been saving herself for love with the perfect man while making her dad the laughingstock of hell. His incessant nagging gets on her nerves but it’s not easy finding the right guy. He can’t be 100% mortal or she’d likely crush him in the heat of the heat of the moment, he has to be super-hot and honestly not any old guy will accept Satan as a future father-in-law. She resigns herself to a future of longing and nagging . . . Muriel no longer lives i 4 1/2 Stars Muriel, virgin daughter of Satan, has been saving herself for love with the perfect man while making her dad the laughingstock of hell. His incessant nagging gets on her nerves but it’s not easy finding the right guy. He can’t be 100% mortal or she’d likely crush him in the heat of the heat of the moment, he has to be super-hot and honestly not any old guy will accept Satan as a future father-in-law. She resigns herself to a future of longing and nagging . . . Muriel no longer lives in hell under Satan’s thumb but in a realm populated by humans and supernaturals that is very much like the mortal realm only with things like the “Damned” network and Survivor: Burn In Hell. Sounds like a fun place to me! She owns a bar that is popular with the supernatural beasties because she is a “null” which makes the 100’ surrounding her a magic-free zone. One night, soon after another nagging visit from Satan, a hunk named Auric and his two gorgeous pals show up. She assumes Satan is testing her. But instead of wooing her, Auric is almost gruff as he demands to meet the owner of the bar. She refuses to answer him honestly, hell she’s been dodging assassins most of her life, but something about him fuels her lust as no other man has done. He’s hiding things as well but their connection is something neither can resist for long and once he kisses her he may just lose her virginity after all. Though this story doesn’t hold any major surprises, especially when Auric’s secret is revealed, it was cute and pure sexy fun and so very easy to read. Muriel is funny and sarcastic and even though a virgin by choice, is not a prude. She can take care of herself but Auric, big He-man protector hasn’t a clue and assumes she’s a helpless little female. When he attempts to “save” her from a hellhound, not knowing she’s a daughter of Satan this fun exchange happens: My heart fluttered. He’d called me pretty. He’d wanted to protect me. How cute–but so unnecessary. “I appreciate the thought behind it, but really, I can take care of myself.” “Even against hellhounds?” he said skeptically. “Piece of cake,” I boasted. That wasn’t, technically, giving anything away. Lots of special folk could take care of hellhounds. “Just who and what are you?” asked Auric. His questions were getting repetitive. I rolled my eyes. “I told you, my name is Muriel.” Auric crossed his arms over his chest–did I mention he had a really broad chest?–and gave me a stern look. Oh, please, once Satan gave you ‘the look,’ all other looks paled in comparison. I just glared right back at him ‘til he sighed with exasperation–another sound I was familiar with. This story wraps everything up in a satisfying way but it could have been another 300 pages and I bet I would’ve enjoyed reading more because I loved the writing style so much. There aren’t a lot of writers I’ve found who can balance such strong sexual tension with a fun paranormal plot without their characters coming across as obnoxious or silly. This author succeeds for me and if these snippets make you grin you may want to check it out too. Satan is hilarious as a frustrated daddy. "I don’t know why, but I’m attached to you, too,” Satan said grumpily, hugging me back. I cherished moments like that; they tended to be few and far between. “Try to be bad,” he said, before popping out of sight.” And Muriel’s sense of humor just completely won me over “Rolling my eyes, I again had to question why men had to be so stubborn. “Seriously, Auric, you do not want to mess with this thing.” “I’ve dealt with demons before,” he said, pulling out a sword from behind his kitchen counter. I had to admit being impressed–his sword was long, shiny, and hard. Wait, that didn’t sound right. Needless to say, he had a big one; and judging by the way he moved it, he also knew how to use it. Damn, I was even hornier than before. But right after I finished admiring his sword, I clued in to what he’d said. “What do you mean, you’ve dealt with demons before?”

  3. 4 out of 5

    UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish

    When Lucifer figures out who’s trying to overthrow him, there’s gonna be Hell to pay! In the meantime he has to deal with his incredibly rebellious daughter who’s driving him crazy with her embarrassing disobedience! He's a laughing stock and worst of all, she refuses to give up her virginity, insisting she’s waiting for the right man to come along – someone she (*gasp*) loves. *heavy sigh* Where did he go wrong? Auric is hot and alpha and if he hopes to have a future with Muriel, he’ll have When Lucifer figures out who’s trying to overthrow him, there’s gonna be Hell to pay! In the meantime he has to deal with his incredibly rebellious daughter who’s driving him crazy with her embarrassing disobedience! He's a laughing stock and worst of all, she refuses to give up her virginity, insisting she’s waiting for the right man to come along – someone she (*gasp*) loves. *heavy sigh* Where did he go wrong? Auric is hot and alpha and if he hopes to have a future with Muriel, he’ll have to stand up to her father, Satan himself, and Auric is just the man to do it! The bottom line - Lucifer’s Daughter is a fun, humorous, light story that’s easy to read and had me grinning at some of Muriel’s antics and thoughts. It’s a great start to the Princess of Hell series and I’m looking forward to reading more! If you’re looking for something different, something with tongue in cheek humor and a good dose of sexual heat, give this short, unique story a try!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lover of Romance

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance In Lucifer's Daughter we have a beginning of a series that took my breath away and is very rare for a freebie on amazon. But its Eve Langlais so I don't know why I am so surprised. I will say that this is NOT a book to take seriously. Folks....just laugh and cry along with this story because its meant to have fun with and entertain. In this book we have a story about a young woman, who doesn't quite fit in to the norm of what is expected of This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance In Lucifer's Daughter we have a beginning of a series that took my breath away and is very rare for a freebie on amazon. But its Eve Langlais so I don't know why I am so surprised. I will say that this is NOT a book to take seriously. Folks....just laugh and cry along with this story because its meant to have fun with and entertain. In this book we have a story about a young woman, who doesn't quite fit in to the norm of what is expected of her. Muriel is Lucifer's daughter, and unlike her siblings, she doesn't want to go down the dark and dreary path of hell. She is a virgin, and is waiting for the right man and for love. Her father is appalled that his beloved daughter is so unlike him. And the one man that Muriel falls madly for, is the last man that Lucifer would ever choose for his daughter. This was a highly entertaining book that kept me laughing and lively all the way through. I do not mind the whole "virgin" element at all, I feel like its rarely used anymore and it definitely worked for this book. We see a heroine that is striving to mostly be "good" and she wants a lasting relationship and not mindless sex that has no meaning. So brava for her, its what is important for her and she stands her ground and I loved that about her. She isn't afraid of standing up for what she believes in and I admired this quality in her.And her relationship with her father is so hilarious. I love seeing how they interact with each other. “You’re making me look like a bad parent. My minions in Hell are mocking me. There have even been rumors I’m no longer fit to be the Father of All Sin since I can’t even control my own daughter.” “Whatever happened to being rewarded for rebellions against our parents? I thought that was a huge sin.” “Rebelling with kind acts and the truth wasn’t what I had in mind!”   Lucifer’s brows shot up. “What do you mean you just talked? Where is this idiot? I’m going to have a talk with him about defiling my daughter. Maybe he needs pointers.” “Dad!” I squealed. “That is so gross. And he doesn’t need any help. I told you I’m not having sex until I’m in love.” I truly had a blast with this book because it had plenty of smexiness, laughter, adventure and suspense and a teaser in the end but our couple gets their happy ending. The only downside I had for this book, was after reading learning about the rest of the books in the series that revolve around this heroine. I am not sure if I will continue in the series, since each book she adds on a new man to sleep with. And boy am I super picky about menage set ups and not sure it will work for me but I am so curious about what will happen with the villains in the story. Overall, this book was a fun and sexy story that didn't disappoint and made me realize why I love this author's style of writing. Be ready to be entertained. Have you read Eve Langlais before? Do you like her style of writing and diversity in romance? What are your thoughts on virgin characters in romance?

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jo ★The Book Sloth★

    What does every father want from his daughter? Good grades at school. Nice overall behaviour. No lying. No whoring around. Waiting for love before giving it up... Well someone better send this particular father the memo because he obviously missed it. Sadly (or not) that's to be expected when you are Satan's daughter. Muriel is the embarassment of the family. A good girl in a bad world. She doesn't lie much, she doesn't deceit, she doesn't even sleep around. Poor old daddy has become the butt of every What does every father want from his daughter? Good grades at school. Nice overall behaviour. No lying. No whoring around. Waiting for love before giving it up... Well someone better send this particular father the memo because he obviously missed it. Sadly (or not) that's to be expected when you are Satan's daughter. Muriel is the embarassment of the family. A good girl in a bad world. She doesn't lie much, she doesn't deceit, she doesn't even sleep around. Poor old daddy has become the butt of every joke in Hell. But a girl must do what she has to in order to survive in the unforgiving world of bad creatures. This is not a "serious" book. No one would ever read it for its literally value. It is a comical depiction of Satan and his minions with his "nice" daughter as a protagonist. It actually reminded me the movie Little Nicky where Adam Sandler plays Devil's failure of a son. It was light and funny, it could have easily passed as a satirical re-telling of many Devil related PNR books. The scenes were like they played out in fast forward. Everything happened in the speed of light. My facorite person by far was Daddy Dearest. Every time he talked about how Muriel should defile herself in some way I laughed my ass off!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Danielle (Danniegurl)

    FREE on all platforms today! 8/8/17 ______________________________ Review: The book is actually kind of funny and great. I was super into it until we started declaring ILYs so quickly. I didn't like that, I would have liked to have seen them work for it especially with Auric being kind of an asshole to her. Still the plot is ok for a 79 paged book. If the book had more development and less superficial feelings this could be really good. See Muriel is Satan's daughter. And a virgin to boot....and the FREE on all platforms today! 8/8/17 ______________________________ Review: The book is actually kind of funny and great. I was super into it until we started declaring ILYs so quickly. I didn't like that, I would have liked to have seen them work for it especially with Auric being kind of an asshole to her. Still the plot is ok for a 79 paged book. If the book had more development and less superficial feelings this could be really good. See Muriel is Satan's daughter. And a virgin to boot....and there is some unrest happening in Hell. So while this is going on Auric and his band of merrymen show up. He's kinda a dick and then does like a 180. IDK the whole thing I enjoyed really, all of it, up until they started declaring feelings without having shown us, the reader, their feelings. Sure they told us but they never did show us. Anyways I'm all for suspending belief and all that but it was going so well because I could see this being a series and then by next book we could put them together. I don't know, I'm rambling so I liked and disliked the book. It was going to be a 4 up until that point.

  7. 5 out of 5

    ☼♎ Carmen the Bootyshaker Temptress ☼♎

    Rated 3.5 stars

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    This book was such a pleasant surprise. I have read Eve Langlais books before and while they were enjoyable, I also found them shallow. This book really notched her up in my opinion. An intriguing idea, daughter of Satan and not only his daughter but his virgin, "undefiled" daughter. I loved Muriel, a great character. Having Satan as a father made for some very amusing moments. " It wasn't bad enough you got straight A's in school. Oh, no," he said, warming up. "You just have to be a virgin too. You This book was such a pleasant surprise. I have read Eve Langlais books before and while they were enjoyable, I also found them shallow. This book really notched her up in my opinion. An intriguing idea, daughter of Satan and not only his daughter but his virgin, "undefiled" daughter. I loved Muriel, a great character. Having Satan as a father made for some very amusing moments. " It wasn't bad enough you got straight A's in school. Oh, no," he said, warming up. "You just have to be a virgin too. You're twenty three years old. It's just wrong", she shouted." I raised you to be more evil than this." and No respect, which would usually make me proud, but you're not following through with vile acts. You're making me look like a bad parent. My minions in Hell are laughing at me. There have even been rumours I'm no longer fit to be the Father of All Sin, since I can't even control my own daughter. " I was chuckling out loud and loved that Muriel sticks to her guns. This is not a long story, I read it in one sitting. It was incredibly easy to get into. Auric, you will find out all about him, was a great hero and romantic interest for Muriel and I loved the mystery surrounding him. All in all this was a great, sexy, paranormal romance book for me. Very satisfying. I will be reading more of this series. I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Laurie Garrison

    Lucifer’s Daughter is a witty sexy and fun to read. Eve created a fun and exciting world and the main star is no less than the Princesses of the devil herself Muriel. I really enjoyed this book, but again I love reading books that make me laugh and enjoy the lighter side of things. Eve hit the nail on the head and made the perfect daughter for Satan. She is rebellious and values her virginity among other things. Until a hunk entered her bar, but wait this is no ordinary hunk he is special, you’l Lucifer’s Daughter is a witty sexy and fun to read. Eve created a fun and exciting world and the main star is no less than the Princesses of the devil herself Muriel. I really enjoyed this book, but again I love reading books that make me laugh and enjoy the lighter side of things. Eve hit the nail on the head and made the perfect daughter for Satan. She is rebellious and values her virginity among other things. Until a hunk entered her bar, but wait this is no ordinary hunk he is special, you’ll have to read and find out who Auric really is and way he makes Satan mad for being around his daughter. I loved the fun characters and the whole over throw Satan storyline. The action and hot wicked sex made the book flow really well. Now, on to the next daughter of Satan’s adventure. This book is in Muriel’s POV.If you’re an urban fantasy reader that likes some erotic romance please give this a try. Muriel is strong and has plenty of powers.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alatea

    3,5* I enjoyed it, especially the beginning. And every time the devil showed up. And... well, that might be it. Nothing too special or too clever - story line is quite plain, characters aren't too deep and plot twists aren't too twisty. Heroine and her dirty mouth (story is told from the 1st person perspective) made me a bit uncomfortable as I love listening audio books while I'm walking, shopping or doing other ordinary things, so hearing about.. um... a lot of thinks... made me blush. I don't k 3,5* I enjoyed it, especially the beginning. And every time the devil showed up. And... well, that might be it. Nothing too special or too clever - story line is quite plain, characters aren't too deep and plot twists aren't too twisty. Heroine and her dirty mouth (story is told from the 1st person perspective) made me a bit uncomfortable as I love listening audio books while I'm walking, shopping or doing other ordinary things, so hearing about.. um... a lot of thinks... made me blush. I don't know what people would think of me if they find out what I'm listening to... So having in mind that the story was simple yet naughty, I enjoyed it a bit too much. Seriously, what's wrong with me? Even loosely adopted gods and deities didn't bother me. And I'm one of those who might get fussy when history and mythology is concerned. But I overlooked everything. Even the sassy dialogues and that "looking for the ONE" thing. So, yeah, a good read.

  11. 5 out of 5

    I ♥ Bookie Nookie (bookienookiereviews.blogspot.com)

    So what you are telling me is that Muriel is the daughter of Lucifer and not only is she a virgin, but she also has a good sense of humor? Oh yeah! This book is sexy and funny and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for Muriel...as trouble seems to follow her, I am sure it will be exciting. ✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews ___________________________________________________ If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out! Menage Readers Erotic En So what you are telling me is that Muriel is the daughter of Lucifer and not only is she a virgin, but she also has a good sense of humor? Oh yeah! This book is sexy and funny and I can't wait to see what the future has in store for Muriel...as trouble seems to follow her, I am sure it will be exciting. ✳✳ Reviewed on I ♥ Bookie Nookie Reviews ___________________________________________________ If you like this type of book, you might enjoy one of these groups. Check us out! Menage Readers Erotic Enchants Bookie Nookie's Erotic Lending Group

  12. 5 out of 5

    N.N. Light

    One of the funniest romantic comedies dealing with Lucifer (or to be more precise, his daughter) I've ever read! Hilarious, snarky and had me laughing so hard. I mean, it must be tough to be Lucifer's daughter. A must read and highly recommend! My Rating: 5 stars

  13. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    This book was just meh for me. I wanted to like it. I tried to like it. But I just didn't. There wasn't enough keeping me interested in the story really. Muriel is the daughter of Lucifer. She's part human and she's Lucifer's favorite child. Of course he denies this because he's got a reputation to uphold. And even though she's his favorite child he's also trying to corrupt her because she a virgin. Yes. A virgin. The child of the Devil himself is a virgin and holding herself out for love. Of cour This book was just meh for me. I wanted to like it. I tried to like it. But I just didn't. There wasn't enough keeping me interested in the story really. Muriel is the daughter of Lucifer. She's part human and she's Lucifer's favorite child. Of course he denies this because he's got a reputation to uphold. And even though she's his favorite child he's also trying to corrupt her because she a virgin. Yes. A virgin. The child of the Devil himself is a virgin and holding herself out for love. Of course she meets her man and it's love at first sight. Which I must mention I absolutely hate. The two of them spend most of this book together fending off demons who are trying to kill her to get at the devil. There's a rebellion brewing and they're gunning for Muriel since she's Lucifer's favorite. But she's powerful and her power only growsw througout the book. The ending intrigued me a bit but not enough to want to continue the series unfortunately. So this will be me parting form the series. ):

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    My Review: All Muriel wants is to have a normal life and the chance to find love; her one and only who'll finally rid her of her pesky virginity. What's wrong with wanting to wait for love anyway? Well one person finds the idea revolting. Of course Satan wouldn't want these sort of life's pursuits for his daughter, a Princess of Hell. He wants a sinner, a daughter who'll defile her body, outsmart him with cunning lies and disobey him at every turn. Instead he'll have to take pleasure in the one f My Review: All Muriel wants is to have a normal life and the chance to find love; her one and only who'll finally rid her of her pesky virginity. What's wrong with wanting to wait for love anyway? Well one person finds the idea revolting. Of course Satan wouldn't want these sort of life's pursuits for his daughter, a Princess of Hell. He wants a sinner, a daughter who'll defile her body, outsmart him with cunning lies and disobey him at every turn. Instead he'll have to take pleasure in the one fact that Muriel doesn't want to wait to get married to loose her virginity. And if that's all the sin he'll get then he'll take it. While Muriel does wish for normal, this area of her life proves to never work according to plan. Running her bar Nexus, Muriel had once thought to appeal to the locals, humans more specifically. Instead, Nexus became the number one hang out place for the seedier underworld locals. This she can handle but her love life? Forget about it. Having an unattainable list of requirements for the one, Muriel risks the chance of never finding love but her luck is soon about to change when a gorgeous leather-clad, hulk of man proves to be everything she's ever wanted and more. Now if only she can subdue the pesky demon assassins that have chosen this exact moment in time to overthrow her dad in Hell. The inconvenience of all could effectively curtail a romance that feels more than meant to be. The Heroine: Muriel is sassy, caustic, stubborn and brave. She's a person who knows herself and is strong in her resistance to fall for anything short of her ultimate desires. She loves her family, most especially her father and she doesn't care what being the daughter of Satan makes her except when it interferes with her love life. Men tend to run screaming at the discovery of her parentage except for Auric, the leather-clad, sword-wielding hottie couldn't care less who Muriel's father is. For the first time Muriel is met with total acceptance, love and chivalry. What woman wouldn't melt in the face of that? The Hero: Auric's a man of few words and Muriel's vivaciousness and coy games leave him more than speechless. He's a man who doesn't change his mind once a decision has been made but Muriel has him rethinking his way of life within hours of meeting her. For the first time he finds what it means to live again and fights for every opportunity to make Muriel his forever. My Final Thoughts: LUCIFER'S DAUGHTER is a well written short that moves steadily with just the right amount of mystery to keep you flipping the pages. Its characters are bold and unique enough to hold their own against the melee of grays that effectively toss out the stark white and black lines of good verses evil. Langlais effectively talks readers into tossing out all our preconceived notions of Lucifer and his typical role in the paranormals of today as well with his heart and his role as a father who just wants to see his children happy. There's a distinct undertone of humor to LUCIFER'S DAUGHTER, a modernness that makes you think this is all occurring down the street of every day life. And Muriel resembles everyday girls with her dreams to find her one and only and live happily ever after. It's especially heartening to read of heroine that will not let her dreams go even in the face of powerful adversity. The mystery of Auric was my favorite. It sneaks up on you, well at least it snuck up on me. I had no idea he would turn out to be who he is and I have no intention of divulging his identity here. The mystery is too fun and nicely played out in the novella. For paranormal lovers who require an eclectic mix of characters tossed with some steam and a dash of Lucifer, look no farther than LUCIFER'S DAUGHTER.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms

    This review was originally posted on (un)Conventional Bookviews Lucifer's Daughter is Fun, feisty and with enough action to keep you compelled and immersed in the story from start to finish. Any time I pick up a Langlais book, I'm pretty sure I'll get lots of humor, lots of sexy hotness, and a good story to entertain me. That's also what I got with Lucifer's Daughter, Muriel was a hoot, and her being a virgin made dear old daddy Satan mad! She really needed to sin more - if not, people might t This review was originally posted on (un)Conventional Bookviews Lucifer's Daughter is Fun, feisty and with enough action to keep you compelled and immersed in the story from start to finish. Any time I pick up a Langlais book, I'm pretty sure I'll get lots of humor, lots of sexy hotness, and a good story to entertain me. That's also what I got with Lucifer's Daughter, Muriel was a hoot, and her being a virgin made dear old daddy Satan mad! She really needed to sin more - if not, people might think he was failing at being bad. Muriel had decided to wait for love before sharing herself fully, though, both because a lot of guys would do anything to tap Lucifer's Daughter... and others would do anything to kill her. Enter Auric and his friends, and the chemistry went through the roof! As did the fun and the action. Someone was staging a coup in Hell, and they weren't averse to using Muriel to do so. Good thing her magic was getting stronger every day, and when she was attacked, she was faster than the devil himself ;)  Needless to say, Lucifer's Daughter was a hoot! It had all the action, a lot of goofiness, hot smexiness and a good story, too. I can't wait to come back to this series soon, and I'll continue with the audio version, as Rebecca Estrella did a really good job with the narration. “Sorry, I got hung up or I’d have been here earlier. I made sure I made it for closing, though. I didn’t want the streets to suffer if you walked alone.” “For the world’s biggest slut, Bambi was an awesome big sister. And no, that wasn’t an insult; Bambi took pride in winning the title year after year.”

  16. 4 out of 5

    Mandi Schreiner

    Muriel owns a bar, has boy trouble and just happens to be Satan’s daughter. She is a princess of Hell, but loves the color pink much to her father’s dismay. She got straight A’s through school and at 23 is still a virgin. This makes the devil weep. He wants his daughter to be evil! To do dirty deeds! Instead, she is waiting to have sex until she falls in love and is very happy being a bartender. When three very smexy men come into her bar one night, one of them, Auric catches her eye. Very physic Muriel owns a bar, has boy trouble and just happens to be Satan’s daughter. She is a princess of Hell, but loves the color pink much to her father’s dismay. She got straight A’s through school and at 23 is still a virgin. This makes the devil weep. He wants his daughter to be evil! To do dirty deeds! Instead, she is waiting to have sex until she falls in love and is very happy being a bartender. When three very smexy men come into her bar one night, one of them, Auric catches her eye. Very physically attracted to him, he doesn’t even run screaming when she finally admits who her dad is. Auric has secrets though, and every time they get around to what he is, he changes the subject. Auric starts to follow Muriel around, making sure she is safe (although being Satan’s daughter – she is pretty kick-ass herself.) When Muriel realizes someone is trying to overthrow dear old dad, she becomes a target. Lucifer’s Daughter is a very cute, light-hearted paranormal novella that I read in one sitting. Told in Muriel’s point of view, she is quite snarky and humorous. Especially when we first meet her father, Satan: “It wasn’t bad enough you got straight A’s in school. Oh, no,” he said, warming up. “You just have to be a virgin, too. You’re twenty-three years old. It’s just wrong,” he shouted. “I raised you to be more evil than this.” I love that although her dad is the devil but he really does care for her, although he might not always show it. Her mother ran off when she was young and they have this deep father-daughter bond that is really cute throughout. Auric is very sexy and we get some erotic scenes that are very hot. I will say although I love their chemistry and attraction, Muriel makes such a big deal that she has to be in love before she has sex, and I think the love declaration felt really rushed in this. It didn’t feel like enough time elapsed for them to really be in love. But overall a really cute, quick story. Rating: B

  17. 5 out of 5

    LynnMarie

    LynnMarie’s Review Where to start? First, the smoking hot cover caught my attention, then the title, and finally the blurb. So I had high expectations before even starting to read Lucifer’s Daughter. Let’s just say I was not disappointed! Eve Langlais decided on a first person perspective for this book, in Muriel’s point of view. It was a bold move that paid off and suited the story, a mix of paranormal romance and urban fantasy, perfectly. My attention was captured from the beginning, until the LynnMarie’s Review Where to start? First, the smoking hot cover caught my attention, then the title, and finally the blurb. So I had high expectations before even starting to read Lucifer’s Daughter. Let’s just say I was not disappointed! Eve Langlais decided on a first person perspective for this book, in Muriel’s point of view. It was a bold move that paid off and suited the story, a mix of paranormal romance and urban fantasy, perfectly. My attention was captured from the beginning, until the end. The humor was to die for and you couldn’t get a better character than Muriel. She’s Satan’s daughter, the princess of hell, and proud of it. No, she’s not evil, even still a virgin, but she’s seriously kick ass and knows how to survive on earth and in hell. I won’t spill Auric’s true identity, as it’s not revealed until the second half of the novel, but they’re a perfect match for each other. Though Muriel is one chick not to be messed with, she can easily admit to herself that she enjoys a take-charge man willing to protect her. I loved Muriel’s inner dialogue throughout this story. She’s an honest character that I couldn’t get enough of. We get to see her in action, as well as her softer side. The entire cast of characters, from interfering dad, Lucifer, to incubus sister, Bambi, they each brought a unique flavor to the novel. Things take an exciting twist when it’s up to Muriel to make an impossible choice. There's a power war in hell that threatens Muriel and anyone she cares about. Will she choose love or certain death? This is a brilliant, unique, urban fantasy/paranormal romance that I encourage any lover of the genre to snatch up right away. It’s hot, sexy, hilarious and fast paced. Way to go, Eve Langlais. You’ve definitely made your mark with this one! 5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ollie

    I was very intrigued to read this book and did not know what to expect when I got and I have to say I was happily surprised. I did not expect this book to have so much humour since it was about Satan and his daughter. This book not only had some very hot and steamy scenes but some laughing out loud moments that I actually had to suppress my laughter one day as I was reading the book on the train on my way to work. As the title states this book is about Satan's daughter but she is far different t I was very intrigued to read this book and did not know what to expect when I got and I have to say I was happily surprised. I did not expect this book to have so much humour since it was about Satan and his daughter. This book not only had some very hot and steamy scenes but some laughing out loud moments that I actually had to suppress my laughter one day as I was reading the book on the train on my way to work. As the title states this book is about Satan's daughter but she is far different than you would have expected. For one she is a a good girl and despite being Satan's daughter and having the ability to use her powers to command others she lives a pretty normal existence. That is until 3 gorgeous looking hunks walk into her bar and one of the captures her heart. Auric is tough and powerful and has an aura of self-confidence but Muriel doesn't know what he is and he isn't about to mention it. What happens next are passions are unleashed between the two but unfortunately factors stand in the way towards there happiness, namely Muriel's father, someone trying to kill Muriel and Auric's past. The story was fast paced and had enough action both under the sheets and above to keep the reader's attention and intrigued. What happens in the end will have the reader wanting more and to know what is going to happen next not only between Muriel and Auric but within the depths of Hell. 4.5 Stars

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Yes, yes, yes. If you are looking for a enjoyable and funny reading experience than you have to check out this book. I am excited to see that there are many more books in this series as I am going to check them out. Muriel won me over right from the beginning. She is probably the only one that can get away with standing up to Satan. Her other sister, Bambi is right that Muriel is daddy's favorite. Speaking of Satan; who knew that he had a heart. I mean how many other fathers would want their dau Yes, yes, yes. If you are looking for a enjoyable and funny reading experience than you have to check out this book. I am excited to see that there are many more books in this series as I am going to check them out. Muriel won me over right from the beginning. She is probably the only one that can get away with standing up to Satan. Her other sister, Bambi is right that Muriel is daddy's favorite. Speaking of Satan; who knew that he had a heart. I mean how many other fathers would want their daughters to get their "cherry" popped. Satan was even nice enough to offer to give Muriel pointers for the bedroom. Than there is the sexy Auric. The one that gives Muriel her wet dreams. He made everyone else disappear when he was around. His aura was that strong. Muriel and Auric kept things hot.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carina

    Ok so here's the deal: the book isn't BAD and I can see why its got good ratings and stuff. I liked the idea and even some of the characters, but the thing is, there is no chemistry between Eve Langlais and I. You know how sometimes you come across a book that you REALLY enjoy reading even if it wasn't the greatest and the idea isn't that original. Well its probably because of the authors writting style. And that's exactly what happened to me here, but opposite. I just didn't enjoy the way the aut Ok so here's the deal: the book isn't BAD and I can see why its got good ratings and stuff. I liked the idea and even some of the characters, but the thing is, there is no chemistry between Eve Langlais and I. You know how sometimes you come across a book that you REALLY enjoy reading even if it wasn't the greatest and the idea isn't that original. Well its probably because of the authors writting style. And that's exactly what happened to me here, but opposite. I just didn't enjoy the way the author writtes. And I'm NOT saying she's a bad writter, because there is a reason she's so freaken popular. People LOVE the way she writtes! And I'm sure many, many others have enjoyed her books. But I just can't say I am one of them. I feel a little guilty cause I have been wanting to read this for the longest time, and it just didn't click with me. It was too rushed and plain. The characters felt too 2 dimentional and undeveloped, and there wasn't a part of the story where I felt its grip at all.(Again, this is my personal opinion). Since this is my second book by her, and I feel the same way about both, I shall read no more books by Eve Langlais. Why? Because I don't think its fair to bring down her ratings if I already know she's not the writter for me. People seem to be drawn to bash authors they already have a history of not liking, and complaining about the same thing in every book of theirs they read. Well let's break the cycle! I wish her the best, and I hope many other people enjoy her books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Andy

    Muriel is a goody two shoes for the most part, and it drives her father insane. Especially the fact that she's still a virgin. Who is Muriel's dad, oh it's only Lucifer, AKA Satan. While working at her bar one night, a super hot dude comes in and makes Muriel's panties melt (She actually says that). Could it be true love? Will Muriel finally give up her virginity? I liked the supernatural aspect of this story: the demon fighting, the coup in Hades, and seeing Muriel take down some bad guys was go Muriel is a goody two shoes for the most part, and it drives her father insane. Especially the fact that she's still a virgin. Who is Muriel's dad, oh it's only Lucifer, AKA Satan. While working at her bar one night, a super hot dude comes in and makes Muriel's panties melt (She actually says that). Could it be true love? Will Muriel finally give up her virginity? I liked the supernatural aspect of this story: the demon fighting, the coup in Hades, and seeing Muriel take down some bad guys was good fun. I wasn't super sold on the romance though. While I did like Aric and I liked his relationship with Muriel, it felt like it moved a bit too fast. There wasn't enough tension or slow burn for me. The fixation on Muriel giving up her virginity was quite annoying as well. Aric also did a bit too much of the macho bullshit and when he kept telling Muriel he was going to protect her or she wasn't to get involved in things because they were dangerous, I rolled my eyes so DAMN hard. I read this because I asked my friend, Felicia, to find us a Reverse Harem to read. Sad to say that there actually wasn't a reverse harem in this. I think there might be hope for one in the second book, but idk if I'll continue this to see if it happens.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Elle

    Another winner from Eve Langlais. I really like her books that involve good, evil, and all things that go bump in the night. Maybe I'm reading too much into this stuff, but what is really drawing me to Langlais' books is that nothing is black and white. This book is a perfect example. This story has a common enough theme: falling for a person from 'the wrong side of the tracks'. But what's great about it is that I'm not sure who is the one from the wrong side. And that makes me think about how a Another winner from Eve Langlais. I really like her books that involve good, evil, and all things that go bump in the night. Maybe I'm reading too much into this stuff, but what is really drawing me to Langlais' books is that nothing is black and white. This book is a perfect example. This story has a common enough theme: falling for a person from 'the wrong side of the tracks'. But what's great about it is that I'm not sure who is the one from the wrong side. And that makes me think about how a lot of thinks in life are like that. Also, evil was not necissarily evil and good wasn't necissarily good. Of course we've seen this before in some places (movies, stories, etc) but I think it was done really well in this book. I don't know. I can hardly wrap my mind around the 'greater themes' of this story. I have to say, above all else what I like best is that these books start with well known myths, assumptions, mythical characters etc and then show how when you look deeper they're notexactly what they seem to be. If that makes any sense at all. Great read. Can't wait for more from Langlais!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    Muriel is the devil's daughter, the daughter who is a constant embarrassment and despite her father, Lucifer's, constant pushing to be bad, she just isn't bad enough. Muriel lives on the human plain as owner of Nexus bar which is a haven to others like her, most have no clue as to who she really is though. There is also something very special about Muriel, she still is a virgin and holding out for love. When Auric walks into her bar, she feels that he maybe the one she has been waiting for. Auric Muriel is the devil's daughter, the daughter who is a constant embarrassment and despite her father, Lucifer's, constant pushing to be bad, she just isn't bad enough. Muriel lives on the human plain as owner of Nexus bar which is a haven to others like her, most have no clue as to who she really is though. There is also something very special about Muriel, she still is a virgin and holding out for love. When Auric walks into her bar, she feels that he maybe the one she has been waiting for. Auric however is evasive about who he is and with hell in turmoil and trying to take down her father, Muriel is a target of the demons. Auric is by her side but once she figures out who he really is will she be able to keep him by her side? Very fun. I wasn't sure how I would like this one, has been on my TBA for awhile. Loved her interaction with her dad, they had a humorous banter going on. Auric was mysterious, totally alpha and highly intriguing. Great read, look forward to reading more in this series.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nisha

    My friend recommended me this book, and with her brief introduction about the character types, I was ready to buy and read this book. Once I got started, I fell in love, really, IN LOVE with the set up. It was too rich and and just plain awesome. The Heroine, Satana, is such a badass and her father, Satan - real funny guy. Unfortunately, the thrill I felt at the start of the book did not last until the end of the book. The problem is, what started as a clever setup of Satan's daughter, striking o My friend recommended me this book, and with her brief introduction about the character types, I was ready to buy and read this book. Once I got started, I fell in love, really, IN LOVE with the set up. It was too rich and and just plain awesome. The Heroine, Satana, is such a badass and her father, Satan - real funny guy. Unfortunately, the thrill I felt at the start of the book did not last until the end of the book. The problem is, what started as a clever setup of Satan's daughter, striking out on her own, turned into a sappy, heroine-saves-everyone-because-she's-such-a-badass. It just stopped being cool by the end, because it moved too fast with little character development, humor or intersting plot. It was just so tragic, so I rated this a 3. Ok, I guess, it desearves a 4, but since I was so disappointed after being so excited about this book, I couldn't rate it any higher.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I really , really loved this book! I already knew I would have liked it when I've read what it was about, but didn't think I would have loved it so much! Muriel is amazing! If I was a man I would fall in love with her! She's sexy as Hell (Ha! sorry), witty, stubborn and I loved her from the beginning! Auric is hot, sexy, sweet, caring and although I needed some time to get to like him, now I do like him very much! I've also found Lucifer pretty amusing! A very different, weird, funny image of the I really , really loved this book! I already knew I would have liked it when I've read what it was about, but didn't think I would have loved it so much! Muriel is amazing! If I was a man I would fall in love with her! She's sexy as Hell (Ha! sorry), witty, stubborn and I loved her from the beginning! Auric is hot, sexy, sweet, caring and although I needed some time to get to like him, now I do like him very much! I've also found Lucifer pretty amusing! A very different, weird, funny image of the Devil... I SO RECOMMEND TO READ THIS BOOK, FOR IT IS AMAZING! Visit my blog: THE LEATHERS EXPRESS

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stacey Kennedy

    This book is SO FUNNY!! Really--I loved the humor. Then, add in some seriously sexy scenes with one yummy hot angel and I was eager to keep reading!! It's a quick read that keeps you engaged the entire time!!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Lyndi W.

    I don't even know, man...

  28. 4 out of 5

    Danyelle

    3.5 Entertaining

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    Review originally posted at RabidReads.com. I read this book several years ago, 2011 to be exact. I can’t remember exactly how I found it. I just remember seeing a review or reading the blurb and thinking that this story looked hilarious. I had never heard of Eve Langlais at this time. I mean, how can you not love a story about a goodie two-shoes virgin who is disappointing her father, Lucifer. It just sounded too funny for me to pass up. I just loved this story and to this day, Eve’s version of Review originally posted at RabidReads.com. I read this book several years ago, 2011 to be exact. I can’t remember exactly how I found it. I just remember seeing a review or reading the blurb and thinking that this story looked hilarious. I had never heard of Eve Langlais at this time. I mean, how can you not love a story about a goodie two-shoes virgin who is disappointing her father, Lucifer. It just sounded too funny for me to pass up. I just loved this story and to this day, Eve’s version of Lucifer is one of my favorite characters. He is just so much fun. Now that this story is being re-released with a new cover and more bulk, I jumped at the chance to revisit the story. After all, this is the story that brought Eve into my life. It has made it a very important series for me. This series, unlike most of Eve’s other series, this story is more urber sexy Urban Fantasy than Paranormal Romance. The story follows Muriel throughout at least the first three books (I haven’t read book four, but I will be after this re-read). Muriel is a bar owner for all the magical type beings in the area. She is also a magical null. Magic tends to not work around her for the most part, which is why her bar does so well, both sides are more likely to get along. That is until someone starts to come after Muriel. There is a faction trying to overthrow her father, Lucifer. This is nothing new, but this faction is doing better than most and they want Muriel for leverage. Auric makes an appearance at the bar. Muriel is instantly drawn to him, but she can’t tell what he is. Oh, and he passes the sister test. This is not what you think it might be. Bambi is Muriel’s half sister and a succubus. She draws men like flies to honey. Auric doesn’t seem to notice her because all of his attention is on Muriel. This has never happened to Muriel before. “I don’t know why, but I’m attached to you, too,” Satan said grumpily, hugging me back. I cherished moments like that; they tended to be few and far between. “Try to be bad,” he said, before popping out of sight.” “It wasn’t bad enough you got straight As in school. Oh, no.” He paced faster as he warmed up for his rant. “You just have to be a virgin, too. You’re twenty-three years old. It’s just wrong,” he shouted. “I raised you to be more evil than this.” “Muriel, if this relationship is going to work, then I’m going to expect you to listen to me.” I snorted. “Good luck with that.” If my dad never succeeded, what made him think he could? Wait a second. Had he said the word relationship? This story was everything I had remembered it to be. It was a quick read that was very funny and extremely sexy. There are a ton of sexual innuendos throughout the book that made laugh several times. Let’s just say that Auric has a sword and knows how to use it. LOL. Now, I’m even more excited to revisit books two and three, not to mention start book four. **Book was provided to me by the author. This review is my opinion and was not requested or provoked in anyway by the author.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jen (That's What I'm Talking About)

    Muriel just wants to live a normal life, but as the daughter of Satan and one of the Princesses of Hell, she finds normal isn’t achievable. Yet, she tries… living on the human plane, running a bar, and saving herself until she finds true love. She does have her naughty side, even if it’s not evil enough for Daddy. Lucifer’s Daughter is the first book in a light urban fantasy romance series from Eve Langlais. The story is shared in the first person POV of Muriel, and focuses on her adventures, wh Muriel just wants to live a normal life, but as the daughter of Satan and one of the Princesses of Hell, she finds normal isn’t achievable. Yet, she tries… living on the human plane, running a bar, and saving herself until she finds true love. She does have her naughty side, even if it’s not evil enough for Daddy. Lucifer’s Daughter is the first book in a light urban fantasy romance series from Eve Langlais. The story is shared in the first person POV of Muriel, and focuses on her adventures, which is why I call it an urban fantasy series; however, the entire first book is all about Muriel finding her true love, therefore - romance. Overall, I enjoyed meeting Muriel and watching her fall in love with the “wrong guy,” Auric, someone her father forbids her to see. Auric and Muriel have immediate, more-than-lust feelings, but I appreciate Muriel’s caution as she tries to find out if he’s “the one.” However, the lustful feelings overwhelm the storyline far too often. Muriel is obsessed with her virginal state and whether or not she should finally have sex. It was too much for me at times. I wanted more from the story than her nonexistent sexcapades. Additionally, Muriel is written to be a smart woman, yet at times she was utterly dense and a victim of her own ignorance, which felt false, since she is an intelligent character. Muriel’s love life aside, Lucifer’s Daughter got very interesting once Muriel wasn’t obsessing over Auric or her virginity. There is an unusual big-bad making moves to overthrow Satan, bringing chaos to the underworld. The glimpses we saw intrigued me greatly, and I need to know the connection between this mysterious new evil and Muriel’s early childhood. This alone is enough to keep me listening to the series. And honestly, I enjoyed Auric and Muriel’s romance, once they opened up and were honest with one another. New-to-me-narrator Rebecca Estrella provides the performance for Lucifer’s Daughter. At 1.5x speed, I enjoyed her vocalizations, and her “narrator Muriel” is strong. She seems to capture the entitled yet honest feel I think Muriel embodies. Ms. Estrella has a good mix for her male and female voices; nothing that overtly stands out as being exceptional nor horrendous. Overall, I enjoyed Lucifer’s Daughter, especially when the story stopped focusing so much on Muriel’s virginity. After Auric and Muriel cleared the air and opened up, their journey to true love felt real, and I enjoyed the romance. I found her relationship with Daddy most entertaining. The introduction of a mysterious big-bad is fascinating and exciting, opening the door for an expanding mythology. My Rating: B- Narration: B- Review copy provided by Tantor Media Originally posted at That's What I'm Talking About

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