ARC Review: Delivered (Devil’s Duet #2) by Eva Charles @GiveMeBooksPR and @evacharles37

Passion couple. Sepia

Title: Delivered
Series: The Devil’s Duet #2
Author: Eva Charles
Genre: Dark Romance/Romantic Suspense
Release Date: March 21, 2019

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5

Julian (JD) Wilder and Gabrielle (Gabby) Duval, have a past and their future is looking like it may not work out the way they are each picturing. If you read Depraved, you know that the end left everyone wondering what happened to Gabrielle. I was devastated by the end of Depraved but Delivered made up for all of it. The skies above Charleston are dark and smoke filled due to all of the fires. JD needs to get to The Gatehouse, Gabby’s hotel, and is going crazy trying to get there.

JD’s head of security is a friend from Prep School, Smith. He tells JD how it is and takes no crap from him. I love how he and Gabby joke and laugh about how they each can make JD want to pull his hair out. They both know how to get to him, and they do it very well. Smith works with JD to find what he needs to take down his father. He also watches out for Gabby when she decides that she needs space from JD to figure things out about her future.

I know in my review of Depraved that I said I didn’t find the story to be very dark, well, the darkness came out in Delivered. This story was dark, depraved, and full of twists. Julian is a man who thinks of himself as the son of the Devil himself, but no one else knows the depths of his father’s evil. I really liked this story and highly recommend it to anyone who likes to read a story with darkness, twists, turns, and a woman who is sassy, smart, sexy, can stand on her own, and strong willed. I give this story a 4.5-star review. I want more of Smith, please! I would also love a story about Gray and Chase. I love the characters in this story and want more, please.


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