To Hell With Love
When Boston interior designer Kate Markham meets real estate mogul Owen Glendower at a dinner party, sparks fly. Not only is Owen GQ-cover, drop-dead sexy and filthy rich, he has a maddeningly seductive way of knowing intimate details about her. Details that send heat rushing to her cheeks not to mention certain other parts of her body. Swept delic...more
The plot is as thin as wet tissue and more boring than watching mud dry. Every page was obvious and expected, the obstruction between the protagonists was blaring, and it was just ve...more
This book is a modern day twist on Greek mythology. Kate was very human - witty, funny, and intelligent. Owen - an Armani-clad, real life devil - was to die for (literally). He is described on another review website as "otherworldy" and this could not be more true. Their story is full of romance and strong, sexual tension.
I laughed. I cried. I enjoyed this book for...more
Comments: An unconventional romance, with a bittersweet ending you can see coming a mile away. Yet it still managed to move me to tears — which is no small feat, as I don’t cry easily. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to hear “You Are My Sunshine” again without getting choked up.
“Very Angel at Wolfram and Hart. Straight from the weird room at the top of the building.”
– Kate (referencing the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off)