Devil.May.Care

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When Ana takes off flying across the high school stage, her life is forever changed.

Searching for answers, Ana meets Gabrielle, her mentor. Gabrielle teaches Ana that she's an angel and is here on Earth to help prepare for a war between good and evil.

The only problem? Ana can't always tell who's good and who's evil.

While she's learning, Ana meets the man of her dreams, ...

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Overview

When Ana takes off flying across the high school stage, her life is forever changed.

Searching for answers, Ana meets Gabrielle, her mentor. Gabrielle teaches Ana that she's an angel and is here on Earth to help prepare for a war between good and evil.

The only problem? Ana can't always tell who's good and who's evil.

While she's learning, Ana meets the man of her dreams, Dylan. He's gorgeous, sexy, and really seems to care about Ana. Even though he's a demon, Ana's heart tells her to trust him.

Then Ana's world is shattered and she finds herself alone and afraid. As the boundaries between good and evil blur, Ana realizes she no longer knows who she can trust and who might be out to kill her.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781461062455
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/28/2011
  • Pages: 274
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.62 (d)

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

    Great Angel Read

    I love the angel mythology that Jolene created in her series. Out of all the angel books I have read I felt this one expanded on the background stories of angels and the fallen angels the most interestingly. I like that Ana came right out and explained everything to her best friend Cheyenne, which normally doesn't happen. It's nice to see the best friend not get shafted and actually be part of the main characters supernatural life.

    I found that Jolene's writing kept my attention and ended up reading this one pretty darn fast. I was impressed with myself. I liked the characters in Devil. May. Care they were relatable and I found some characters shocked me with their actions which didn't seem quite divine or evil enough for their respected side.

    If you are a fan of Angels/Fallen Angels stories you must add Devil. May. Care to your collection

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 20, 2011

    Live To Read

    This novel was impossible to put down. The main character, Ana, is the main draw to the novel. Ana is honest to a fault, refreshingly clear with regards to her intentions, and caring. She remains a constant throughout the novel.



    As far as angel books go, this book offers an interesting new perspective. The author explains quite clearly and succinctly, the reader won't be confused or left wondering. The author incorporates the angels into the novel as characters, they aren't left to the readers' imagination and they are given distinct personalities. The main character has a guardian angel that isn't the love interest, a major difference as compared to many other angel books.



    Dylan is the love interest, the most intriguing quality he has is that he can smell like chocolate! He is handsome, protective of Ana, and the perfect love interest for this novel. The secondary characters, particularly Gabriel, are very fun to meet.



    This novel is perfect for young adult/teen readers...even adult readers. The book ends very well, the events are fast-paced, the book is hard to put down, and the characters are very well-developed.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 8, 2011

    Wonderful supernatural romance!

    I just read this book and really enjoyed it! It is a fast-paced, quick read with just enough action and romance to keep me hooked. I loved the little bits of sarcasm and humor throughout the book, too. I also really loved Dylan. ;) I highly recommend it for high school and up.

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