Devil's Due

Devil's Due

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by Jennifer Colgan
     
 

Doomed by the exchange of his own soul for the lives of his wife and infant daughter back in 1910, Alexander Quinn is bound by a blood contract to make deals for Lucifer.

When Ceara Landon comes to him ready to offer her own soul in exchange for her brother’s, he must accept or face the wrath of his employer. Beguiled by Ceara’s fierce love for

Overview

Doomed by the exchange of his own soul for the lives of his wife and infant daughter back in 1910, Alexander Quinn is bound by a blood contract to make deals for Lucifer.

When Ceara Landon comes to him ready to offer her own soul in exchange for her brother’s, he must accept or face the wrath of his employer. Beguiled by Ceara’s fierce love for her brother and her unparalleled bravery, Alex finds himself experiencing all the human emotions he’d left behind so long ago.

Reluctant to watch Ceara’s life fall apart once her soul is claimed, Alex balks at finalizing the deal. Instead he designs a more personal agreement, demanding Ceara’s time, her body and maybe even her love in exchange for his help in turning Kevin’s tarnished luck to pure gold and saving his soul.

Ceara agrees, unaware that this isn’t Alex’s usual way of doing business. Together they forge a tenuous alliance and a sensual bond that grows strong enough to capture the attention of Lucifer, and that’s when all hell breaks loose.

When the Devil discovers Alex hasn’t made a proper bargain with Ceara, he demands things be set right and offers the lovers a new deal. He promises Ceara everything she’s ever wanted including freedom for her brother’s soul. Alex understands the sacrifices that come with such a deal, but when Ceara’s own life hangs in the balance, he’s faced with the true test of his strength and hers: refuse everything the Devil offers or remain in his debt forever.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152111408
Publisher:
Two Voices Publishing
Publication date:
08/22/2015
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
303 KB

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Meet the Author

Having narrowly missed being crushed by an avalanche of Star Trek novels as a teenager, Jennifer Colgan vowed to one day cause the book shelves of avid readers all over the world to collapse under their own weight. Now multi-published under her own name and as her alter ego, Bernadette Gardner, Jennifer has arrived in the digital age and instead hopes to be responsible for overloading the memory cards of e-book readers everywhere with her paranormal, futuristic and science-fiction romances.

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Devil's Due 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
RtBBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Crystal Book provided by the publisher for review Review originally posted at Romancing the Book Devil’s Due is a very exciting read. I can see where Ceara is coming from. I am the oldest in my family and I would do whatever it took to help my siblings out. If I had to trade my soul for their’s I would in a heart beat. I would do anything to keep them from making mistakes and to keep them from having any pain. I know that there is no way to do that though. Alex regrets giving his soul to the Devil. He knows where Ceara is coming from because he did his for love to and it wasn’t worth it in the end. He will do whatever it takes to save Kevin’s soul and not take Ceara’s in exchange. So he calls for reinforcements from the other side. I enjoyed that the Devil got some of his own medicine. I was glad that Alex finally started standing up to him and doing what he could to outsmart the Devil. The plot to the story was one that kept my attention through the whole book. I enjoyed the suspense on wondering what would happen next. I thought I knew what was going to happen next. I didn’t I was surprised through it all. I was so hoping that there would be another book after this one so I could see what happened to everyone else in the story. There was a good start to another book. I am left hanging just wondering. Other than not feeling that this was an ending I enjoyed this book. Seeing the Devil gets his just desserts is the icing on the cake. This book deals with real issues like drug use, alcoholism, and everything else that comes with fame.