Review: DEVIL’S DEAL by Aleatha Romig

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Devil’s Deal by Aleatha Romig
Series: Devil’s Series, book 1
Genre: dark romance
Publisher: Romig Works
Publication Date: May 18, 2021
Rating: ★★★1/2

From the start of Devil’s Deal, I felt like I was lost and missing something, in fact I was saying that out loud to myself. Come to find out there is a prequal to this duet and I had no clue. I just knew I was missing something.

Trying to put aside that I was lost most of the book, the story just felt off to me. There wasn’t a whole lot going on until about 75% in. I like Everette enough, domineering, possessive, and all, but again felt like I was missing something about his character.

There was a cliffhanger which of course I am dying to know what is going to happen and who is lying. I will definitely go back and read the prequal before reading the second book. I really love this author and find her to be the top three queens of dark romance.

3.5 Stars!


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I’m Everett “Rett” Ramses.

New Orleans is my world, my realm, and my domain.
After what I’ve done, some people say I’m the devil.
I say I’m a man who knows what he wants, and nothing stops me from getting what I desire.
I took New Orleans, and now I want Emma O’Brien.
As the daughter of my father’s rival and sworn enemy, her fate is to be my wife.
Emma is in my world now.
It’s time she makes a deal with the devil.

Have you been Aleatha’d?

Enter the dangerous and mysterious world of New Orleans in this all new full-length romantic suspense novel, DEVIL’S DEAL. For a sneak peek into their first meeting with no spoilers, check out the enticing prequel, “Fate’s Demand” available everywhere.

Rett and Emma’s intriguing story begins with DEVIL’S DEAL, book one of the Devil Series Duet, and concludes with ANGEL’S PROMISE. Don’t miss a word of this new and exciting duet.

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