Review: Devil’s Bitch by Delena Silverfox

August 17, 2013 Review 0

Review: Devil’s Bitch by Delena Silverfox

Norelia, Imperial heir and zealous second-in-command of the Endless Army, is cornered by a wager against her father, the Emperor. The stakes? To marry the winner of the next Summer Games in order to ensure the continuation of the Imperial line.

Confident she will win the Games and the wager, she is devastated when a mysterious contender named Reoth defeats her and claims not only the title of Champion, but claims Norelia as well.

A misplaced note reveals Reoth and her father placed wagers on Reoth's ability to "tame" her, proving it was all a game after all. When her father is killed in a surprise invasion, the Empire stands on the brink of war and Norelia is thrust into the center of it with Reoth, a man she'd sooner kill than trust. As Reoth admits knowledge regarding who is behind this invasion, Norelia must determine where his true allegiance lies before the Empire, and her heart, are destroyed forever.

Title: Devil's Bitch
Author: Delena Silverfox
Published by Naughty Night Press
Source: Publisher
Published: July 31, 2013
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance
Pages: 181
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Stars: four-stars

Norelia is one tough cookie but of course so is Reoth. This was a very well written fantasy. I enjoyed the action and sword play.

What I liked about this was how the author really let you get to know Norelia throughout the book. You find out a lot more of her past towards the end. As far as Reoth we don’t know much about him for most of the book but when it is all revealed it definitely fit. The main character, Norelia, goes through many phases in this story. First she is Dominion Commander then she is forced to just be Imperial Princess then she becomes Imperial Empress and Dominion General later. She has many shoes to fill and doesn’t always make the best decisions. Reoth is there to help her see her mistakes even though she did not want to. I also liked that in the story that the characters were presented with flaws and not perfect.

The only thing I did not like as much was I wish we were given a little more at the end of the story as far as once they got back from the battle. Did she have any problems when she got back etc. The ending was good the way it was written but I just find myself wondering after reading it how it went for them once they got back and if she ended up building a temple for father and the General? You know it was a good story though if it sticks with you and you think about it after you have read it wondering what happens next.

I would recommend this to anyone who likes action, swordplay and a great hero and heroine who can’t get enough of each other even when they feel like they hate each other. These two were definitely a perfect match.




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