Review of Kill Switch (Devil’s Night, Book #3) by Penelope Douglas

🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 5 out of 5-stars

Another great story in the Devil’s Night series. I have loved all of the books so far and this book does not disappoint. With Damon being the most feared member of the group, this book was awesome and showed how Damon became who he is. This story is full of twists, turns, and mayhem.

Damon has come back for the one woman who ever understood him but also destroyed him when they were younger. He was revenge for serving time for something that was not a crime. He is also playing a part in his father’s little scheme to rule the little town they live in. He has his father believing that he is following his dictates, but he has his own agenda and finds that his heart is not as black and broken as he thinks it is.

Winter’s mind has blocked a lot out about what happened to her when she was eight. With the help of her father’s brainwashing due to his hatred of the Torrance family, she believes what she has been told all these years and when Damon comes back for retribution for what happened when they were teens, she has a hard time keeping all of the facts straight. She remembers the good parts of Damon from when they were teens, but the accident from when she was younger keeps her a prisoner in her mind about Damon.

I love this book and give it a 5-star review. Penelope Douglas knows how to write a story about hate, revenge, twisted minds, and the line between love and hate. The characters in this story as well as the other books in the series are characters that you want to hate but can’t help but love. They are destructive, wild, and just looking for acceptance in life, something they never had as children growing up in wealthy families with parents who only cared about money and power. I can’t wait to read Will’s story.

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