It was just a little lie, nothing that should have meant spending eternity in hell, and yet one little mistruth allows Lucifer exactly the opportunity he was looking for to bring Nia into his lair.
Lucifer has several monikers: ruler of the Underworld, Prince of Darkness, the Devil, Satan. All of those titles describe a job title and not the man himself. After doling out punishments for an eternity he's ready to share his life with the woman who's captured his heart. Unfortunately she's lied to him and he now has options other than courtship in the mortal world he can use to his advantage. His old friend, God, may not be thrilled with Lucifer's plan but he's also not going to deny Lucifer the opportunity he seeks either.
Nia Adams works as a prosecuting attorney and despite her fair, cherubic appearance which resembles a child's, she's fully capable of taking down even the worst kind of criminals. Nia hasn't had an easy life and she's learned to use clothing as a shield against insecurity - especially shoes. Abandoned as a baby and never truly finding a home, Nia has some serious trust issues. Unfortunately because of those issues, she's thrown away her chance at love and happiness - or so she thinks.
Nia is in the middle of arguing a case before the judge when a wave of heat suddenly overcomes her. The next thing she knows she's in an elevator with no idea where she's heading or why. She's confused, anxious, and more than a little out of sorts. Obviously someone's playing some sort of trick on her, right? Everything gets even more bizarre when a booming voice demands her presence in his office. Why does just the sound of his voice turn her on? There's no help for it, Nia will have to face her fears and enter the stranger's office - only she's not used to doing anything without at least a general idea of what is going on. She never imagined she'd find herself in the presence of Lucifer ... in hell no less.
When Lucifer informs her that because of her lie a place in hell has been reserved for her Nia's convinced it's some sort of mistake. She doesn't lie. Upset by the charge, Nia begins to panic but Lucifer doesn't want her upset. No, he has plans for her ... for the next seven days she'll belong to Lucifer and have to entrust him with her every sensual need. For a woman who's never trusted anyone fully this will be quite a challenge, can he break down the mental barrier she uses to protect herself from anyone getting too close?
If you love reading about bad boys then this is the story for you. After all, they don't get any `badder' than Lucifer himself. In her story, CALL ME LUCIFER, Tilly Greene makes spending time in hell positively desirable - or at least it would be if there was a man whose primary focus is on your pleasure. Nia's inability to trust and her reaction to her precarious situation fascinated me as did Lucifer's gentle and loving attitude towards her. CALL ME LUCIFER is a downright sexy read full of lots of scorching sex, fascinating interactions and even a few laughs. Throw away all those preconceived notions about hell and Satan and just enjoy the possibilities like only Ms. Greene can deliver.
Looking for a little something `nicer' then check out the other title in Tilly Green's GOOD, BAD & KINKY series, MY ANGEL. It's a guardian angel story. Somehow I think it'll be just as sinfully delightful but oh so very good.
Chrissy Dionne (courtesy of Romance Junkies)