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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 49 customer reviews
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Devil You Know (Lost Boys Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The opening pages into Damian’s childhood made my heart ache for him. One minute he was cocooned with love and then the next it was taken away from him. Left trying to take on adult responsibilities and deal with an abusive parent he was all alone and unwanted until time passed, and then his friendship in school with Cam Ahern changed his life forever proving some bonds are thicker than blood.
The story follows Damian as he rolls with Cam’s family but its Thea, Cam’s twin sister who has him returning to see her smile, be in her presence where he feels emotions and an ache in his heart. The chemistry between Thea and Damian had me smiling and rooting for them. When they finally give in to their feelings their love proves that what they have is special, but life takes them in different directions and this is where the story really begins as it delivers angst, that slow burn romance and wraps you up in suspense.
A young loveable Damian was nothing compared to the sexy alpha male he returned as. Damian used his aloofness as a shield to protect those he loved, and in those times of silence I could feel the weight of his desire for Thea, no words needed to be spoken. Whilst Damian tried to keep Thea away feeling unworthy she was more than determined to break down his barriers, because their connection and belonging had already sealed their fate. The feeling of yearning and knowing deep down on a soul level that these two belonged together would not diminish as I read this book.
I loved Damian he was sweet, thoughtful, sexy, possessive and a protector. Thea was independent, confident, loveable, quirky and fun and together they were one hot couple, their sex scenes where full of heart felt passion. The secondary characters were just as amazing especially Cam, Anton, Razor, Mic and Thea’s parents, but I loved the blood brother bond Damian had with Cam and Anton and Cam’s relationship with his sister Thea. As I read Devil You Know my heart felt heavy, I smiled, giggled, screamed, felt the trepidation of suspense and welcomed the angst. It earned its five stars and now I’m excited to read Anton’s book because he is one badass!
I've seen this book shared around lately, it caught my eye for sure but it wasn't until a very trusted book friend raved about it that I decided I just HAD to pick it up. And now, I totally understand what she's raving about because this book is PHENOMENAL. I honestly don't think anything I write in a review will do the book justice. Just know that this book enveloped me, consumed me, broke me, healed me and above all else FREAKING OWNED ME!
Devil You Know is laid out so perfectly, so flawlessly. Everything about it is just EPIC. From the delightful, swoony butterflies that root themselves deep inside to the raw, intense, heart pounding suspense, to the overwhelming love that sizzles underneath it all, I was DONE FOR. Hooked so hard, pulled in so deep that I couldn't come up for air. I didn't even want to.
Damien and Thea have an undeniable pull. A connection so deep, it was hard not to get wrapped up in them, with them. They were everything I wanted and NEEDED them to be. The angst and tension that oozes from this book and it's characters was STRONG. BREATHTAKING. And I LOVED IT.
Devil You Know will undoubtedly be up there in my TOP reads of 2017. Infact, it's up in my TOP reads, period. I want to rebel and not give any star rating because IT DESERVES MORE than I could ever give! L.A. Fiore has a new fan FOR LIFE!
Damian had a terrible childhood his mother was neglectful and blamed him for his father, the love of her life leaving her.
He never had anyone close to him growing up just his friend. He falls for his friends sister Thea they become childhood sweethearts.
He's no good for her or that's what he thinks thanks to years of being told he was worthless. So even though he loves her he leaves to enlist. Thinking she'd be better off without him.
Over the years he's never gotten over her and she feels exactly the same.
Coming back into her life isn't easy he's not the man who left he's changed he's ruthless and cold.
Thea has spent years trying to get over Damian but it was impossible he left her but now he's back and things are about to get a whole lot complicated.
I loved the way these two have such deep feelings that even after years apart they still feel the same. I admit I wanted to slap some sense into both of them at times. It was so frustrating to see them tip toeing around each other.
But boy talk about sexual chemistry it definitely never wavered and it was hot as hell between them.
I liked this book a lot. I felt it dragged out a bit in the middle but it didn't spoil the story.
I'm looking forward to Antons book next. I'd love to see Razor get his story too.
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I liked how it was written ordered a lot more of his books
Good read I thought