Priest McKenna has officially become my favourite of the Fallen Men and I’m not sorry about it one little bit. 𝐃𝐄𝐀𝐃 𝐌𝐀𝐍 𝗪𝐀𝐋𝐊𝐈𝐍𝐆 is absolutely incredible, and if I’m honest, I don’t think I have adequate words to explain how I feel since finishing this book. The words flow effortlessly and seem almost poetic; I was so drawn into this story that I was able to see the beauty in some of the most gruesome of moments. It’s hard going at times, Priest isn’t an easy man to love, but if anyone was going to bring light to his darkness it had to be Bea Lafayette.
This monster of a book delivers all the thrills and secrets we’ve seen woven through the devils nights books since corrupt and does so in a way that keeps you on the edge of your seat flipping pages until the book is done. Will and Emmy are delicious. There is a sweetness to these two that are a wholesome and poignant given Emmys home life and still Douglas delivers the passion and hear that we expect from these boys and then some. An absolute must read the perfect way to round out these boys stories
can’t describe my love for this book, for this series. It was everything and so much more. The characters, the plots the beautifully crafted writing. Ugh… Astounding. Damon Torrence will crush your heart and piece it back together taking his sweet time. The angst, the fear, the love, the dirty. The red the black. No one could have wrote a book like this apart from Penelope. If you want to read something that will hold you captive this is the book.
Hey guys today I am here. With another book review
Just when you think things couldn’t get more creepy, sinister, dangerous, exciting, sexy, or intriguing than CORRUPT, Penelope Douglas releases HIDEAWAY and we’re there again. Devil’s Night was simply fun and games, but now the Devil is out to play and things just got very real. I love Kai and Banks. I adore the dynamics between all of the characters and especially how different they are. Erika might have learned to play the Horseman’s game in Corrupt but the Horsemen are playing Bank’s game in Hideaway. Another amazing addition to the series This book is everything you wanted. It’s dark. Gritty. Captivating. Heart wrenching. The emotions you go through keep you on the edge if your seat guessing what is going to happen. You might get a inkling but BOOM you’re thrown in a different direction.
From start to finish this book had me hooked. I have loved the characters since the first book and have just grown more in love with them throughout the three books. Jack and Cassie aka ‘Kitten’ never seen to have a straight forward life but if they did then there would be no book. The Perfect Game gives you the start of the relationship and the pressures of outside interference. The Game Changer gives you the separate lives of Jack and Cassie and how eventually they are drawn back together and work on a new more adult relationship. The Sweetest Game is how they survive as a couple with professional jobs that require working away from home. They work as a team and have an incredible family unit that gives them the strength. This book shows more sides to Jack than we have seen before some of which you want to punch and the others leaving you wanting to find your Jack F’in Carter!
OMG I love jack f****** carter and cassie, This time I did not want to hurl my kindle across the room like the last book, I invested emotionally to the characters especially cassie and I loved mel, I’m gutted I have finished it as I have waited a while for it to come out. J. Sterling if you do read this I hope you write another book for dean and mel or perhaps a little cheeky novella of jack and cassie, Loved the first book the perfect game and loved the second the game changer,
This is definitely a roller coaster of emotion, and it was an absolutely brilliant ride.
It’s not your usual novel and I don’t think it’s wholly predictable. I read it within 12 hours because I couldn’t put it down. Cassie and Jack are two brilliant characters, you will fall in love with both immediately. It’s written from both points of view and done sooo well, there are loveable, frustrating and tear jerking moments, but they will keep you hooked.