The Devil Made Me Do It (Speak of the Devil, #2)

The Devil Made Me Do It (Speak of the Devil, #2)

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by Shawna Romkey
     
 

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Book 2 in the Speak of the Devil series

The demons strike back!

Lily is working with the angels to stifle the last of the demon outbreaks and to figure out how to stop the Silence of God, so life can get back to boring normality. But all hell breaks loose when she's stolen from school and brought face to face with the devil himself. Lily has to find

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Book 2 in the Speak of the Devil series

The demons strike back!

Lily is working with the angels to stifle the last of the demon outbreaks and to figure out how to stop the Silence of God, so life can get back to boring normality. But all hell breaks loose when she's stolen from school and brought face to face with the devil himself. Lily has to find her way back home to Luc, crack the prophecy that breaks the curse silencing God, and figure out how she and Luc can ever really be together; but Lucifer has other plans for her that don't include her ever getting out of Hell intact.

Romance | Paranormal | Teen | Young Adult | YA | Fantasy | Angels | Demons
| Devils | New Adult | NA

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940152190403
Publisher:
Shawna Romkey
Publication date:
06/15/2015
Series:
Speak of the Devil , #2
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,064,873
File size:
693 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

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The Devil Made Me Do It 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
BittenByBooksRS More than 1 year ago
Our favorite characters are back in the highly-anticipated sequel to Speak of the Devil. Lily has been working with the Angels to stop the Demons, so she can return to her “normal” life. When Lily is captured by none other than the Devil, she needs to figure out how she can get back to Luc. The most important thing she has to do is find a way to stop the Prophecy that breaks the silence curse put upon God. Can she do this and still be with Luc? I absolutely loved The Devil Made Me Do It. When I read the first in the series, Speak of the Devil, I honestly did not realize that it was a young adult book, a huge credit to the author. There was nothing in the book that I did not like. It captured my attention, and would not let go until the very last page. If you love stories about good and evil, Angels vs. Demons, this the Speak of the Devil series for you. I was pleasantly surprised that the author tackled the religious aspect of Angels and Demons, with a twist. The good and evil sometimes blurs–which side will you be rooting for?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love both of her books. They are so well written and easy to get caught up into the books. Could read them over and over.
Sunshine_80 More than 1 year ago
If you saw my review of Speak of the Devil you know that I was really excited to get my hands on The Devil Made Me Do It. Shawna did not disappoint me. I am in a book hangover and I can't wait to find out what happens in The Devil You Know. There are going to be some spoilers. I hate doing that but to get my feelings across I think that you need to know that you will meet Lucifer in this. I kind of loved him. Don't get me wrong. I am definitely on Team Halo and not Team Awesome and Lucifer is totally, 100% certifiably insane! Again, I kind of loved him. He had some amazing liners and so much more but I don't want to tell you because I want you to enjoy them for yourself. I can honestly say that I feel like I need to go to Confession so that I am in good with God and his Angels. Don't want to end up in Purgatory or Hell. Luc is pretty good in this book and just gets better. I was a little bit annoyed with him at the end but I get it. He was awesome right before I got mad at him. I like Lily a lot more in this one. She is not whiny and basically gets a backbone. I love it. There is so much more that I want to say but I don't want to give up too much. I am giving this book 4.8 stars out of 5. Anytime I can laugh and gasp, be happy and sad while getting mad at a book means that the author did an AWESOME job. Go get these and seriously enjoy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great sequel to Speak of the Devil! Dark and dangerous!