During a recent brainstorming session with my agent, she asked if I’d ever seen the FOX show Lucifer. I had not. She suggested I remedy this immediately. And OMG did I ever! Binged that baby right away. And now I am shipping Lucifer and Detective Chloe like nobody’s business!
First of all, Lucifer ticks a lot of book boyfriend boxes. He’s filthy rich, snarky, charming, funny, irreverent, arrogant, has some otherworldly powers, great taste in clothes, a definite wicked bad boy streak, and hidden under all his devilish ways, a heard of gold.
And Chloe, unlike a lot of heroines, just kind of rolls with it. She doesn’t believe he’s really the devil, but she goes with it. Has fun with it even. She’s open and seems to trust too easily and isn’t the typical jaded heroine that is often paired with a guy like Lucifer.
These two are just fun. And they need to get together soooo badly! Here are my top 5 reasons why.
Lucifer’s personality is a lot to take. But Chloe handles him perfectly.
Lucifer is the perfect bad boy who hides a tortured soul behind a funny, snarky exterior. Only Chloe sees his more vulnerable side, like when she tries to touch the scars from where his wings had been cut off and he grabs her arm and says, “Don’t…Please.” *sob*
He is there for her, whether she wants him to be or not. She can’t shake the guy…but in a good way 😉
Chloe’s daughter LOVES him, to his consternation. He is adorably awkward with her.
Their chemistry is off the charts.
And a bonus reason – they just love each other so much. THEY JUST NEED TO ADMIT IT AND STAY TOGETHER ALREADY *sigh*
Oh, and also, the first scene in the first episode introduced me to my current favorite song, Ain’t No Rest for the Wicked by Cage the Elephant, so there’s that too 😀
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Love Lucifer and Chloe! Agree with everything you said!