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The Wives of Lucifer

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Olivia loves her new immortal life, her friends and especially Drew; she never thought she’d fall in love on the other side of death. But when Olivia learns she bears the mark of Lucifer and has powers that tie her to the Underworld, she worries that perhaps she’s done terrible things in her past lives and dark secrets are being kept from her. And those damn wives, what do they want from her? Olivia endures unspeakable tragedy in The Wives of Lucifer and when she discovers what fate has in store for her...she suddenly understands that being immortal doesn’t guarantee you’ll live forever. 
This was a good book that pulled me in from the beginning. As I followed Olivia, I was taken into a different kind of world that I don’t think I’ve ever visited before. It kept me entertained throughout. Unfortunately it ended with with questions rather than an open and close book, but that just made me want more. 
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I found this debut novel delightful, it was witty, entertaining and at times funny.  The author has done an amazing job with world building on the Astral Plane and I feel sure that it will offend some readers that will over analyze, forgetting that it is fiction that is meant to entertain us.  I look forward to the sequel. 

4.25/5 STARS:  **This is an honest, unbiased review.  I would like to thank the author and/or publisher for providing an ARC through Netgalley, all opinions are mine.**
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This book kept my interest, and was different from other paranormal stories. I
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I loved this book sucked me in right from the start and i did not want to put it down this is the first book i have read by this author and i cannot wait to try more.A super read with great characters and a super plot would recommend
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