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My husband traded me away to save his own life...and now I belong to the devil.

One night and everything in my life changed. Two words and my world turned dark: "Take her."

Owing the most ruthless crime lord in Garden City five million dollars, my husband chose to trade me and my children away to save himself.

I was on the cusp of freedom, so close to divorcing that scumbag I was married to. Now I'm enslaved to a man who is obsessed with me. A man so wicked and beautiful they call him Lucifer.

So alluring, he makes the angels weep with envy. He's so powerful, I can't stop myself from bending to his will.

He's determined to master me, and he won't rest until I give him all.

He wants my light, and he wants my dark.

He wants my body, and he wants my heart.

But most of all, he wants the one thing I can't give him. The one thing I can't bear to part with....

My soul.

©2016 Izzy Sweet & Sean Moriarty (P)2017 Izzy Sweet & Sean Moriarty

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Hot, Hot, Hot!!!

This Audio with hot hot hot! Total possessive alpha male with no excuses and no explanations needed. To top it off Blake Richard has one of the deepest, sexiest voices I have discovered in awhile. I have already bought three more of his audio’s just from his voice alone. This story is a very quick listen. It’s entertaining, emotional, exciting, and the sex is off the charts. Both narrators did a fantastic job and I cannot wait to listen to the next Audio in the series. If you don’t mind ultra possessiveness with some graphic, revenge based violence, then this is the perfect audio for you.

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Too much

There is no relationship between the two main characters. He takes her, she shops, and happily ever after. No intimacy or even conversations. I think these authors are in the wrong genre. Stick with the crime drama and leave the relationship part out. Besides revenge and brutality there is no emotion. Besides sex there is absolutely no conversation between the two. The narration was good but I would skip this one.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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Meh.

I don't really give bad reviews, but I was very disappointed in the story. the characters were somewhat flat and too ridged. the emotions felt false and too quick. Maybe if the book was longer the development would have been better, but I kept waiting for the story to get good till I just wanted it to end. The epilogue was the best part since you got the feeling of growth from the two and not the hurried pace from the book. Overall I give the book a 4 star rating for the narrators they carried the book for me. I'm sorry but I have to give the story a 3. It just could have been so much better with all the potential it had.

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Not Real at all

Don't get me wrong I love Indecent Proposal as much the next person, but this was a little too much. A no good husband gives over his wife and children permanently due to a 5 million dollar debt. First of all her she should of been left her no good husband.....after years of his affairs and never being home the day she decides to leave him is when his loan officer comes to collect. Turns out after seeing one picture of Lily Matt wants to keep Lily and her kids forever. He is a really twisted Mob Boss. I liked the story but I just couldn't really believe the plotline. The narrators was excellent, especially Blake.

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Way too stupid

If you like books were a man can just take a woman and her children and say they he his. Whether she wants it or not she has to do it. And she eventually goes along with this. It is unreal. Along with letting her watch killings and torture that's no kind of hero that's a sick man to me. Let's just say this book was a big disappointment and the author really should do a little bit of more thinking before she writes your next book.

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Had to have !!!

I absolutely loved this books, so when I saw it on audible I had to get it. I wasn't disappointed, this story starts out so sad but turns into the most wonderful love story ... I love all the story's in this series .... can not wait for all of them to be on here ...

3 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Well written and engaging

Beth Roeg and Blake Richard gave solid performances.

Izzy Sweet and Sean Moriarty wrote an engaging story with elements I wasn’t expecting. Lucifer was dark, truly dark. Liked that they didn’t sugar-coat him. He was not a good guy wrapped in a bad-boy exterior. He was dark and made no apologies. Also liked that he wanted not only Lily in his life, but her children, as well—-the whole family.
Was good to see a male author’s influence on the romantic lead. It made him seem more real.

I will be buying more from these authors.

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Meh...

The female narrator ruined it. She made Lucifer sound like a grandma bribing children to eat their oatmeal when he was seducing Lilly. The story was predictable but it passed the time and was interesting enough to finish.

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You guys, I can’t stop laughing!

The way she says, um, a certain 4 letter word that starts with “C” and is also a synonym for Rooster... is HILArioUssSsssSsSSSsss!

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I liked it, didn't love it though.

It felt a tad rushed to me, I would have liked to know more about all these characters on a deeper level and get more of an idea of what happened after the last stand off. These characters had depth but I still felt like I only knew them on the surface at the end of the day. Like for example, all the sudden toward the end we hear about Lily's best friend for about two seconds. it would have been nice for there to at least be some dialogue between them throughout the book or something. The narration was very good although the horrid Japanese accents made me laugh like crazy. I would recommend it for a light read/ listen but it's not as intense as some of the other series I've gotten into lately.

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  • Codie Riddell
  • 01-14-18

She wanted to be kept!

Where does Keeping Lily rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

It would be in the top 10 audios that I have listened to so far.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Lucifer because there was so many sides to him, yes he was dark but there was also this light side to him when it came to protecting Lily and the children. I don't think he was as bad of a guy as he wanted to make out.

What does Blake Richard and Beth Roeg bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I read the book before I listened to it, because I listen to audios while driving I want to kind of know what to expect as I am a very active reader/listener so that way I don't get too excited. Blake and Beth bring a different voice to what I imagined the characters would of sounded like, after listening to it I couldn't imagine them sounding any other way.

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

It may be dark, but there is light in the darkest of evil