Devoured (Devoured, #1) - Emily Snow By the end of All Over You, we know 2 things : 1) One of Lucas regret is the night he let Sienna go , 2) We know they have to meet again, somehowAnd so Devoured begins...Sienna goes back to her hometown in Nashville, when she hears her grandmother is being evicted from her house. What nothing could prepare her for, was that the cause of her grandmother misfortune, is no other than Lucas Wolfe. And of course when they meet again, they first she thought he wouldn't even remember her, what is another girl in a long list of one night stands? But of course he couldn't forget the one that get away from his bed.Trying to allure her, Lucas proposes something to her. He will give her, the deed from her grandma's house, if she, for 10 days will be all his. No, sex is not on the contract...only if she begs him too, and he made his mission for her to do just that. Don't forget the deal you're making. Can't say I'm not looking forward to the next several days. I've already got this vivid idea of how you'll taste after you've said the words. How you'll fell when I'm inside of you. Have you imagined it yet? And so the game begins...and i loved every bit of it.The chemistry between this 2 is just WOW!! " Is it really" I challenge, running my hands down the front of his chest. He trembles. "Always has been." Sienna is a different Sienna regarding Lucas. Like he often says, she is submissive to every other person in her life but not to him. And it's actually endearing many scenes he tries to get her to stand up for herself.Oh and don't let me start on Lucas. I got to say that i missed his POV in this one, so many scenes i was eager to know what the hell was he thinking...Anyway, besides all the chemistry between them, i loved the fact that they start to confide in each other, and seeking comfort in that.And above all, i freakin LOVED how she became his muse....wouldn't we all love to be that to someone?Looking forward to the next book ;) Lucas Wolfe is all muscles and tattoos and sexiness, but it's his music that has a way of getting to me. It strips me down. Then devours me. *sighFor this one and more reviews go to: A Bookworm Confessions