Monday, 20 July 2015

The Devil's Wingman by J M Davis

Book Blurb

After the death of her father and her own serious issues, Kara Maven decides to move back to her hometown to complete her senior year at Belman University. She settles into life on campus when her world is shaken by a handsome bad boy with a knack for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. 

Dominic Benenati is a half-demon Damamah, or whisperer, whose role on earth is to ensure Hell’s population thrives by pushing humans to act upon their sinful thoughts. 

To complicate matters, enter Cayden Adams who is an angel determined to save Kara from Dominic’s influence. But does Kara really want to be saved?

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My Review

4.5 stars

This book was good, the first half was like a typical college settling in and having crushes...with a difference as there's little hints here and there. Moving on to the second half it really picks up pace and I had to finish it in the same sitting!

It's a story about good against evil, both I could easily have fell for! Cayden, he comes across as typical sporty college boy, but his so much more than that.... Dominic, his dark and mysterious in a good way, but if you think that's all there is to him your mistaken.

Kara, I took to our main lady straight away, she's not had an easy time but is back on track starting college again, I loved her first day, she has some very amusing inner thoughts. She's a complicated one, she's strong but sad and quiet but fun. You put her with Dominic and they fit's not that easy though.

Another characther that needs a mention is Mrs Dixon, she only has little cameo appearances but I loved her. 

As I say the first half is easy reading with story/characther building, but hold on to your seat, the second half will have you melting, worrying, holding your breath, cooing to an unexpected conclusion.

Would I recommend this book, hell yes!

4.5 stars

**i received an arc for an honest opinion**

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