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Posted March 20, 2013
Faith Bettincort, the youngest daughter of the devil had her hands full. Not only was her best friend about to marry Faith's brother, but Faith's mother was going to marry her father The Devil. As if she didn't have enough to take care of, Faith's angelic boyfriend Matt's ex came into the picture. Matt's ex brought more problems than they could imagine and that was when all of their lives start spinning out of control.
I enjoyed this book. I read the first in the series and this book picked up where the other left off. I do feel it could be a stand alone, but I would recommend reading in order. I wish the end left us more satisfied, but I was glad to see the author has another book in the works so Faith's story was not over. Watch for the 3rd installment of the SPEAK OF THE DEVIL series, Before The Devil Knows Your Dead coming soon. Check out our review for Luck Of The Devil. A good read.
Heat Rating: Mild
Reviewed By: Rae
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Posted February 18, 2013
This book was just okay. I don't really know what didn't catch with me. It could be that I didn't read the first book and I didn't feel as invested into the characters as I would have been if I had read it. I found Faith to be a bit annoying at times and other times hilarious. I sort of thought she would be a bit more devilish I guess with being a demon and the devil's daughter. She was too good to be a demon. Especially when Matt's ex fiancé stepped into the picture. I don't know how many people who would invite their current boyfriend's ex to stay with them. It made for some funny scenes but I would have killed her as soon as she said she was here to get Matt back. I'm pretty sure that's why I couldn't write a good story. I would kill off all the characters that came between me and my HEA. All in all I liked just not crazy in love with it
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