“Devil You Know” Book Review

March 21, 2017 / 0 comments

“Devil You Know” Book ReviewDevil You Know by L.A. Fiore
Series: Lost Boys #1
Published by Self-Published on March 10th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eARC
Source: ARC
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Damian Tate. One look into his sad green eyes and I was hooked. I wanted to be the one to make him laugh, to make him smile. I hadn't expected him to be the one to make me blush, to make me hot...to make me fall in love. He was my first kiss, my first love, my first everything. I wanted forever with him, but life got in the way.

He enlisted, I went to college, and for years we were never in the same place long enough to pick up where we left off.

Thirteen years after he left, tragedy brings him home. The stoic boy I fell in love with grew into a quiet, dangerous and wildly sexy man. He still tugs on all the right strings for me, but he seems determined to keep me at arm's-length.

However, when trouble comes knocking at my door, he is the one to put himself between that trouble and me.

Spending time with him might drive me insane, or it might be our second chance at first love.

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Q&A By Angie & Liezel


Do you think you could be in someone’s company for a long period of time with them barely saying a complete sentence to you?

Angie: No. it would absolutely drive me crazy. I’m naturally a very talkative person and if a person is intentionally or even non-intentionally ignoring me it would drive me crazy. I don’t know how Thea did it. I think I would’ve  either gone crazy or murdered Damien in his sleep.

Liezel: Personally, I am okay with sitting in a  comfortable silence with someone that I am completely familiar with. If it’s someone I barely know or haven’t spoken to in years then it definitely could get awkward. Fast.

In Thea’s situation, I would say she had the patience of a saint. There were so many lingering issues with her and Damien – they needed all those quiet times to hash everything out.

Would you wait for a man you loved for years until he sorted out his demons?

Angie: Depending on the situation I would. If I was in love with him as Thea was with Damien then yes. That type of love only comes once and when you are lucky enough to experience it it’s hard to move on from there.

Liezel: I agree with Angie, it all depends on the situation. I would like to think that if I did find ‘the love of my life” and he felt the same way that I would wait until the time was right just like they did. It would have been painstaking but the end result would’ve been well worth it.

What did you like/dislike about the book?

Angie: I loved the love and passion within these pages. I loved the suspense and darkness that was just enough to hold your interest and leave you guessing right up till the end. Above all, I loved how it wasn’t just about Thea and Damien but it was about family and friends being there for one another. Supporting each other. You don’t read many books who incorporate the secondary characters into the book like LA did and done it flawlessly. You didn’t feel like you were in too many heads at once. It just fit like a jigsaw puzzle.

The only thing I didn’t like was Damien’s stubbornness. He drove me batty. If only he got past his own insecurities and his own mind then Thea and he would have had a longer thriving relationship. Stubborn, pig headed men. I swear.

Liezel: I loved the character development especially in Damien’s case. He came from such a harsh background yet all the hatred he experienced never crossed over which was quite admirable. Sure he was affected by his parent’s decision but he dealt with these emotions in a healthier way. Of course, Thea’s family played a major role in his life too which I thought was great.

Dislike? There may have been a time or two towards the end that I felt a bit overwhelmed. There was so much going on and I felt that I took away from Thea and Damien as a couple.

How do you feel about the characters?

Angie: I loved them. All of the main characters and some secondary. I loved them so much that when the book was over I missed them instantly. Their bond was like no other and I crave that. I formed an attachment to Thea, Damien, Anton, Cam, Razor, Mic, Mrs. Cooke, Rosalie, Edward, Ryder, and Kimber. In a way, they became my imaginary book family.

Liezel: I loved them all and can not wait to read further into the series. Cam, in particular, caught my attention. This is definitely one of those series that I will be closely following.

Would you recommend this book?

Angie: Ummmm.. Hell Yes!!!! This is my first book by L.A. Fiore and it won’t be my last. I really don’t know why I haven’t read her sooner. Her writing is like a drug, once you start reading you can’t stop. Devil You Know is 5 Lifetime Stars!

Liezel: I would most definitely recommend reading this book. Devil You Know was such a great debut for this all new series. I am looking forward to reading more about these highly addictive characters.

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About L.A. Fiore

L.A. Fiore is the author of several books including: Beautifully Damaged, Beautifully Forgotten and Always and Forever. She’s also the social secretary for her two children, a tamer of ill-mannered cats, the companion to one awesome dog and married to her best friend. She likes her wine red, her shrimp chilled and her social gatherings small and intimate.

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