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Her heart may be in the right place...but her soul belongs to Satan.Being Satan's most infamous minion is the only life Becca Gibbs has ever known. But now she's restless, sick and tired of stealing souls, and ready to break free on her own. Unfortunately, this gig isn't like any other job. Its first rule: Walk out on the Devil-and kiss your life good-bye.Nick Rawlings isHer heart may be in the right place...but her soul belongs to Satan.Being Satan's most infamous minion is the only life Becca Gibbs has ever known. But now she's restless, sick and tired of stealing souls, and ready to break free on her own. Unfortunately, this gig isn't like any other job. Its first rule: Walk out on the Devil-and kiss your life good-bye.Nick Rawlings is the last of the Markku, a race of fighters that broke from Hell to pull for the good. When his sister goes missing, and her ransom is the death of Satan, Nick's more than willing to take on the fight. The first step? Getting the devil's sexy right-hand helper on his side. The second? Well, if he can take his eyes-and hands-off of her, he's sure he'll think of it......

Title : He Loves Me, He Loves Me Hot
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ISBN : 9780446619011
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Number of Pages : 333 Pages
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He Loves Me, He Loves Me Hot Reviews

  • Jennifer
    2018-12-01 04:23

    The third book in the Immortally Sexy series by Stephanie Rowe. We were introduced to the main character Becca Gibbs briefly in the previous book in the series. She is Satan’s right hand woman and she is growing tired of her job. Not exactly the kind of boss she can give two weeks notice too though. The love interest in this book is played by Nick Rawlings. He is the last of the Markku - a race of fighters that broke free from Hell to do good stuff rather than bad. His sister goes missing and the ransom is the death of Satan. Not something he’s opposed to doing - but it does pit him against Satan’s right hand woman....Becca Gibbs. Oh yeah! I think these books are so fun! And they get better as you go. The first one was a little rough around the edges - but stick with them - the writing gets better and the plot more in depth and interesting. The only complaint I have is that the main characters are a little hard to differentiate between sometimes. I feel like a little more individuality could be given to each character.

  • Paranormal Romance
    2018-11-11 04:03

    Now that the heroines attempt to free herself from Satans rule has failed and more solidified his control over her, she is more determined then ever to find a way out. Born to serve him and living via his life essence, she has long learned that feelings and any emotion in general can only lead to bad things. Whatever spark of caring she has in her body has been repressed deep deep down and all that remains is a cold and unfeeling woman. She tries very hard to keep everyone at a distance and thanks to her reputation and cold bitch personality, it has worked...for the most part. She does have a pesky dragon who is constantly poking her nose into the heroines business. There's also the little matter of an apprentice given to her by Satan as a means to spy on her. But she is determined to break free of her chains and she'll use the hero to do it. His people managed to free themselves from Satans control and knowing that he needs her to help him in return the heroine is able to strike a deal. She help him get his sister back and he'll find a way to sever the control Satan has over the heroine. The hero once thought he was the last of his people but turns out there are others....and they are searching for a way to kill Satan and using his sister as leverage. Normally the hero wouldn't think too hard on the consequences of killing someone but Satans death will mean a drastic shift in power and it would also mean the death of the heroine. He finds himself strangely attached to the ruthless woman and the idea that her life could be wiped out by something not in her control is something he wants to prevent. She says she is cold but inside he can see fire. Still, his emotional freedom ( a side affect from his mother) is able to provide for her warmth and something better than the cold and barren emotional landscape she experiences under Satans rule. She in turn manages to sooth his fiery temper with her cold. They make a perfect team. As they search for the one responsible for his sisters imprisonment and the planned assassination of Satan, the hero and heroine come to under and respect one another. They know one anothers flaws and are able to compensate and the chemistry between them is strong. The hero must find a way to save his love and in the process learn to understand himself and his destiny a little more. Once again I found myself charmed by a completely irrelevant and rather silly book. I am not normally a fan of the comedy genre but this book had a lovely balance between humor and real angst. At times, I could see the vulnerability and the humanization of both these characters and that alone allowed me to become invested in their story. That, however, didn't stop me from thinking just stupid this book was. Especially Satans character. A buffoon and a complete boob- he was nether the less freaking hysterical. I had a smile on my face every time he came into the scene and the way every character interacted with him was just hilarious. The heroine was funny in a way that she wasn't trying to be funny. She had snappy wit and that standard Stephanie Rowe sass but she was tormented as well. Not super dark or brooding but rather very aware of how she was slave and feeling that desperation to be free. I liked her as a character and enjoyed how she tried to keep everyone at a distance but inside, she cared deeply for all her friends and companions. She was just afraid of losing them. The hero was a good man who held a lot of anger in his heart. He was quick with temper and frequently the heroine had a cool him down before he lost control. But he was passionate and loyal to both his sister and the heroine- willing to anything and everything to save both of them. I liked the plot and I found the constant action enjoyable as it was near constant go go go. A lot of humor and a healthy mix of true human emotion.. I liked this book.

  • Steph
    2018-11-25 11:12

    He Loves Me, He Loves Me Hot introduces us to Nick Rawlings, 1/2 healer, 1/2 Markku. He's guarding the newly frozen Satan Jr. for his friend, Jerome, the ex-pirate and 1/3rd of the Council. Nick believes himself to be the only surviving Markku, until he's confronted with one trying to free Satan Jr. Markku, being descended from Satan, their only weakness gold and post-battle weakness. However, this man doesn't appear to have any battle weakness.The Markku had gotten tired of being Satan's slaves, so when Nick's grandpa had figured out how to escape hell, he'd made a deal with the Council: if they'd help him lead the rest of the Markku to safety, he'd make the Markku available to help the Council any time they needed some muscle. But once the Markku had gotten free and the Council realized how powerful they really were, they decided it was bad to have the Markku be a free people, and they made another deal, this time with Satan. The Council traded an entire race of beings in exchange for Satan's Chamber of Unspeakable Horrors.Satan had been irate that his whole Markku army had bailed on him, and he'd ordered his Rivkas to destroy all Markku they found."During Nick's fight, the freezer was broken and now Satan Jr. is melting. While trying to find another way to keep him frozen, Dani, Nick's little sister calls him and tells him they are going to kill her if they don't get what they want. What do they want? Satan dead.Elsewhere, Becca Gibbs, Satan's favorite Rivka, is trying to find a way to free herself once and for all from Satan. She's sick of having no control over anything in her life, her every move and feeling ruled by what Satan wants from her. He's ordered her to quit her job at Vic's Pretzels in order to focus more time on hell stuff. Theresa, dragon shifter and guardian of Mona, the Goblet of Eternal Youth, tries to help her.It's not long before Nick and Becca cross paths. They each realize that the other can help them achieve their goals. There's a major flaw in that because if Satan dies, so does Becca. A new character is introduced, Paige Darlington. She's a new Rivka and has been sent to Becca as her apprentice. She's supposed to train her. She's a hyperactive, super enthusiastic student and she drives Becca crazy. Satan continues his wooing of Iris Bennett. He is a riot, as always. His battle between maintaining his bad ass ruler of hell persona while trying to give Iris whatever she wants is hilarious. These books are one of my favorite funny paranormal series. They are always full of snark, action, hot hookups and loads of laughs. I'll be sorry when it ends with the next book, Sex & the Immortal Bad Boy.

  • Wendy
    2018-11-13 03:00

    I absolutely love these books by Rowe. They are such fun quick reads and the characters are fabulous.This book centers around Becca who we have met before in the two previous Rowe books. Becca is a Rivka. Is in fact Satan's right hand Rivka. But she hates her job. Hates her life really since she does not have one of her own. She lives off of Satan's life force and has to obey his commands. But she does her best to thwart Satan as often as she can and she has spent the last 100 years trying to figure out how to break free of him.Nick Rawlings is the last of the Markku, the first servants of Satan who managed to break free and live there own lives amongst Mortals. He is also half healer, so he has the ability to feel the emotions of others as well as share his emotions with others.When his younger sister is trapped in a Hell blister with a time limit on her life, he seeks out Becca, Satan's best Rivka, to try to convince her to help him kill Satan. Of course if Becca allows him to kill Satan then she dies too! Unless she can use Nick to figure out how to break free, since he is the last of the Markku.Since they each have their own agendas and need to use each other to accomplish them, they work together. Of course that starts the sparks flying and when you combine sex with intermingled emotions, boy do the sparks fly!! lolIt is a fun adventure as they try to break Nick's little sister out of the Hell blister while trying to keep Becca alive and set her free. There is also the introduction of a new character, Paige, Becca's new apprentice. She is quite annoying at first but she does tend to grow on you. Good thing too since the next installment in this series centers on her, 'Sex & The Immortal Bad Boy'.

  • Nath
    2018-12-07 04:21

    4/5 (B)Review: All in all, I enjoyed this book, mainly because it was funny and because of Satan... the man is so ridiculously funny. Storyline-wise, it is ridiculous and a bit too much; however, that's the style of this series... so readers know what to expect. All in all, a pretty funny book :DThe Characters - Main characters are Becca and Nick. I thought there would be rivalry between them, after all, Rikva killed Markku, but no. I felt for Becca - she doesn't like her job and Satan can be hard to tolerate, but she cares for him. She understands Satan very well and I think that it's understandable why Satan wants to keep her by his side so much. As for Nick, well he was okay in the overprotective, possessive way. The attraction between Becca and Nick happened really rapidly and actually, I think the timeline of the book was a few days (2 or 3 days)... So what am I saying? That there was a lack of characterization, that the characters were a bit cliche and one-dimensional... but that the storyline and dialogue saved this book.Oh, and I think one of the most interesting character was Satan :D I wonder how it is for Ms Rowe to have him in her head... must be tiring :DThe Story & Writing Style - Same as in the two previous books. My problem is that everything happens too fast and there's a lot of thing happening... but I was still able to follow. The funniest thing I think is that the one who has evolved the most is actually Satan :D I like how he stood up and decided to "break-up" with Iris... personally, Iris annoys me :P As for writing style, not much to say really.The Cover - I liked the cover :D Although I have to say, the titles are a bit long ^^;Am I keeping this book? Yeah.

  • Kate Adamek
    2018-11-26 07:54

    While I enjoyed the first two enough to give them 3 stars, this installation in the Immortally Sexy series is just "meh" for me. What makes that sad is that I liked Becca's character in the first two. What made her memorable in the first was when Satan ordered her to "Kill Them" so she incinerated a pair of potted plants in order to thwart him. That made her character cool in my eyes. The badass who would defy the King of Hell because she has a few people she cares about, Derek being one of them.However, that said? Her character in this as the MC not a secondary felt a bit forced. As did the romance with other MC Nick who was only introduced in this book and not in the other two. That was another problem I felt. At least Zeke (Theresa's lover) was mentioned in the first book via the internet. But Nick? He's new to the gang and I'm not sure he fit so well.Possibly because he was new, or because Justine and Derek fail to make an appearance (again!) this book felt disconnected from the other two with the exception of Theresa's cameos. Also, this book started the decline of my interest (this one has 2 stars not 3). Paige was also introduced who later becomes the heroine in book 4 and frankly I found her character to be annoying and not an asset.This one also seemed to wrap up too nicely. Becca who is bound to Satan for all of eternity and she's able to get around that. Sometimes the impossible, or at least what the author sets up as impossible, should have a more difficult struggle or even no solution. But that wouldn't fit with the theme of this series which is a zany, paranormal romantic romp. This one however, didn't live up to the first two.

  • Erin O'Riordan
    2018-12-05 07:01

    I normally wouldn't read the third book in a series without reading the first two, but it appears I picked this up at a library used book sale without realizing it was part of a series. Even though I felt a slight bit lost at first, I quickly got into the briskly-paced, humorous paranormal romance. It had a dragon, a Rivka (female servants of Satan who collect the souls of evil people who deserve it and take them to hell), a half-Markku (a warrior race that once worked for hell, but then rebelled) half-healer, and an apprentice Rivka. The Rivka, Becca, is afraid to get attached to anyone because if Satan finds out she cares about someone she might harm them. Nick, the Markku/healer, needs Becca to help him save his little sister, who will die unless Nick assassinates Satan. Becca has her own purpose for using Nick - she desires her own life force, separate from Satan. Inevitably, Nick and Becca go from using each other to loving each other (because that's how paranormal romances work, right?). Even though that plotline was predictable, it was still an amusing journey, especially when Nick and Becca had healing-bonding sex. This was a fun book, and if someone wanted to start the Immortally Sexy series with the first one, Date Me, Baby, One More Time, I wouldn't discourage him or her.

  • Dharia Scarab
    2018-11-23 05:09

    Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books...1 star... This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future.2 stars... This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author.3 stars... This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.4 stars... I really enjoyed this book and will definitely be on the look out to pick up more from the series/author.5 stars... I loved this book! It had earned a permanent home in my collection and I'll be picking up the rest of the series and other books from the author ASAP.

  • Vanessa
    2018-12-07 05:13

    This entire series is laugh out loud funny!!!!! Stephanie Rowe is amazing I am addicted to her books and am slowly making my way through her other series!!!! Currently started the Order of the Blade Series a must read as well!!!!This book was fast paced like her other the excitement never stops!!! Characters are well developed and thier emotions are relatable! Each character brings thier own humor and is timed just right. The sex scenes are steamy and the love interest sexy as hell.YOu must read them all!!!Date me one more timeMust Love DragonsHe loves me not he loves me hotSex and the immortal bad boy

  • Dhfan4life
    2018-11-11 03:01

    Just like with the first book I wasn't really feeling the plot line in this book. I actually thought it would be a little more edgier as Becca the heroine was Satan's right hand soul harvester/torturer. But unfortunately the story just seemed to fall a little flat for me. I mean even how the two main characters met in the bar didn't hold much resonance for me. And then how their relationship progressed from there just didn't really fit well to me. And from time to time the author did seem to go back to forcing the hipness a bit. But the humor didn't really seem to be present in the story for me. So not one I would recommend.

  • Diana
    2018-11-14 08:55

    Becca Gibbs is Satan's right-hand Rivka, sustained by his life-force, but longs to strike out on her own. When Nick Rawlings, a Markku, comes to her asking for help in rescuing his sister, Becca learns to let go of her rigid self-control. Throw into the mix a plot to assassinate Satan, and a new and eager Rivka apprentice named Paige, and Becca and Nick may have more than they bargained for.I have enjoyed this series, but this one fell a little flat. Becca is too tightly controlled and distant for much of the book to really connect with her. I did feel sorry for her, but Paige had much more life than Becca. I also didn't really enjoy the whole assassination plot very much.

  • Emily
    2018-12-10 11:04

    I have really enjoyed this series. At this point (3rd book in) the basic story lines are similar, but Rowe throws in so many wacky occurrences that they are still enjoyable. The reason I only gave it three stars was because of the similar basic outline and because the main couple introduced in the first book has not made another appearance, while all other characters have, in each book, which I found to be a little odd.

  • Anita
    2018-11-12 08:55

    See my review of Must Love Dragons. This series is very funny, romantic, and filled with lighthearted action. In this book, Becca, Satan's right hand minion, finds her man, Nick. Unfortunately, Nick's stuck in a blackmail perdicament that requires him to kill Satan, and Becca's job is to protect Satan - she literally can't disobey. There are lots of crazy twists and turns in the story, and it ends up happily ever after. I laughed out loud several times - Satan is hilarious.

  • Diane ~Firefly~
    2018-11-24 09:01

    Becca wants to be free of Satan. Nick wants to save his sister and was told the only way to do it is to kill Satan. Satan wants Iris to stop trying to change him. Satan Jr. wants to take over. I think Satan is my favorite character in these books. He gets great lines and he is a bit insecure, but tries to hide it. Becca's story is interesting and I liked the addition of her protege, Paige. All in all this is a fun romp.

  • Crystal S
    2018-11-15 07:12

    It's been ages (at least a couple of years) since I read the first two books in this series, but it was relatively easy to get caught up. Great and funny characters. Seriously, big laughs from the completely over-the-top ridiculous characters, especially Satan and Theresa. Unique storyline. Loved Nick and Becca together. Love that both had strengths AND weaknesses. Overall, a pretty darn good read.

  • Angarad
    2018-12-07 07:14

    Even funnier. How a seemingly unemotional creature from Hell feels too much!! I really loved Becca's character and her personnality. Very original and with her, nothing is simple. As for Nick, my God, how hot is is. For once this is the man who generate the most intense emotions. A great twist. And who knew Satan was a softie??

  • Jan
    2018-11-25 09:55

    I felt that there was too much going on in this story. As if Rowe were trying to tie all the lose ends together from her previous books. The main story of Nick and Becca was decent enough in and of itself. But I still prefer the Must Love Dragons book so far.Off to read Sex & the Immortal Bad Boy. Life on my “must buy” author list is not looking good for Rowe.

  • Kara Peterson
    2018-12-08 08:56

    The second book had dragons, this one deals a lot with the devils right hand. It is fun. The second book was the most original. But the characters stay true (Satan still hasn't gotten any and that is all he thinks about-hell would fall apart if it was in his control). Lots of fun and laughs

  • Natalie
    2018-11-22 05:08

    I didn't enjoy this book as much as I like the first two. Each character falls in love and Becca who is linked to Satan wants to be free falls in love with a man which she can be linked. In the end, they find out he needs to be immortal to support her life.

  • Janet
    2018-11-16 07:16

    I hope my apartment is decently soundproofed. I laughed out loud multiple times while reading this book. The whole scene where Paige harvests her first soul was hysterical. Best book in the series thus far.

  • Boobootrunde
    2018-12-09 02:57

    I had a great time reading this book. I thought it was funny and a little ironic how characters were portrayed.

  • colleen
    2018-11-20 07:15

    read 07.09.07

  • Shelita
    2018-11-12 04:21

    Another great book in this series. I'm trying to hold off getting Paige's book so I can read some other library books first.

  • Jenny
    2018-11-15 11:07

    http://www.bookcrossing.com/journal/8...I enjoyed this book very much. It has a nice mix of adventure, love, humor and great characters.

  • Debra
    2018-11-28 04:00

    This is a fun series. Becca's story wasn't my favorite but the characters, including Satan, are a riot and I will continue to follow their stories.

  • Tribefan
    2018-11-17 10:21

    A very fun read! My favorite of the series so far!

  • Carrie Matthews
    2018-11-30 10:07

    This is probably my favorite one so far. I love seeing everyone get what they want. But at what cost??

  • Nefret
    2018-12-04 04:10

    Herrlich albern. Diesen Satan muss man einfach mögen.

  • Shae
    2018-11-30 05:05

    Not as good as the others. I really liked Nick's character a lot, and Becca's as well. The books seem to be getting less fun as they series goes on.

  • Tina
    2018-11-20 06:03

    Boring. Dumb.