Review: Dancing With The Devil by Cate Masters

Dancing With The Devil by Cate Masters
Series: The Goddess Connection (# 2)
Release Date: March 9, 2012
Publisher:  Self Published
Pages: 186
Source:  book provided by the author for review

Lily MacInnis has the luck of the Irish – against her. All her life, she never could catch a break. But now, something’s about to catch her, and dump her suitcase of secrets on the floor. Some secrets, even Lily hadn’t known. Like her father’s an angel, and her mother escaped from Hell. Literally. And now Hades and Persephone – her grandparents – want her to return to the Underworld. Lily is The Destined One, promised to Zeveriah, Archduke of Section Six, and Hades’ up and coming CFO.

Not in Lily’s plans – she’s fallen for Bodie, the Ruling Angel of the Sixth Heaven.
Bodie can’t let Lily fulfill that destiny. But will Bodie risk losing everything to keep his promise to ensure Lily stays safe?

Part goddess, part angel, part demon, can Lily summon the powers she never knew she had to free herself and make her own destiny?


Review: Lily is a woman that doesn’t know anything about her birth parents because she was adopted. The only thing she know is that she can see dark shadow people and doesn’t understand why. Imagine her surprise when she finds out that Hades is her grandfather and that’s not all the blood that she has in her. She is meant to fulfill a prophecy and boy is she not going to like what she finds out.

This book has gods, goddess, and angels in it. It’s a story about good versus evil and which side is going to win. The suspense in this book was extreme. I was just wanting to find out what all was going on and help Lily out. I thought I had one messed up family but Lily’s has me beat. If you don’t stay right with the book it could get a little confusing.

I will have to go and read the first book of the series just to see what I missed and what it was about. I just never knew what was going to happen next in this book. I was wanting Lily to be with Brodie and not just because he was an angle but because I didn’t think that Hades needed to win and I really didn’t like Zeveriah. Anything to keep her out of his clutches.

I just know that there has to be another book after this one and I will have to go find it. The author now has me hooked on this series and I just can’t stop with just the one book.

So if you love to read books with mythical people and have good versus evil then this is the book for you.


2 thoughts on “Review: Dancing With The Devil by Cate Masters

  1. Tina B says:

    Great review! This sounds like something that I would enjoy. Another to add to my TBR pile. 🙂
    Thank you for sharing, Crystal.

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