Review: Demon's Bride by Zoe Archer

Title: Demon's Bride
Author: Zoe Archer
Release Date: May 1st 2012
Publisher: Zebra
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Rating: 5 Hoots
Reviewer: Krystal
Buy From: Amazon/ Barnes and Noble/ Book Depository
Sum It Up! If a reader is a fan of romance, this book is one he/she won't want to miss!


Hell to Pay

Leo Bailey may have been born to poverty, but ruthless business sense and sparkling intelligence have made money worries a thing of his past. It doesn’t hurt that the Devil himself has granted Leo the ability to read the future.

But even infallible predictions are a déclassé commoner’s trick to some members of the ton. They’ll never see Leo as their equal—one good reason to prove himself their better. And a noble marriage is an obvious start.

Bookish Anne Hartfield, daughter of a baron, is hardly the flashiest miss on the marriage market. But her thoughtful reserve complements Leo’s brash boldness in an attraction neither can deny. A whirlwind courtship sweeps Anne and Leo into a smoldering marriage before either can believe their luck. But happiness built on Leo’s dark powers can’t last. Soon, Anne will have to save her husband…or lose her heart…



Leo has proven himself every way he can, but still doesn't fit in with the crowd he wants to. Leo's risky dealings have even led him to the Devil. He decides that he must marry well in order to attain the status in life he wants so badly. Anne is a bit of a victim of his desires. She knows that this marriage isn't a love match, but she still hopes that it may turn into one in the future.

Ironically, just as the couple is beginning to discover a fragile love for each other, they must deal with Leo's bargain with the Devil. It turns out that the Devil might not be as trustworthy as he seemed. Anne must aid her husband in order to keep him. She receives some aid via Livia, a ghost who gives her the gift of wind. Livia is also the one who tells Anne about the devilish bargain, preparing her for the worst. The reader will be rooting for Anne to succeed and for their marriage to last.

Leo's character can be a bit cocky, but his heart is usually in the right place. Anne is the light to Leo's dark, it's really cute how much she loves him. If a reader is a fan of romance, this book is one he/she won't want to miss!

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