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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Review: Devil Du Jour by Deena Remiel!

The Book Waitress, Camille Dutton, has luck on her side. Good and bad. On the upside, she narrowly escaped death and Satan claiming her soul. On the downside, a portal has been opened, and she can feel every time a creature from Hell crosses over to our world.

Derek Galloway is one tenacious man. His curious nature won't let him rest until he closes Hell's portal and finds a cure for Camille's affliction. Satan will have one helluva fight on his hands if he tries to claim her again. 

Camille and Derek, an unlikely couple, have found each other in the darkest of times. Will they find the answers they need to free her and the world from Satan's grip? Or are they in for the longest, darkest battle of their lives?

**You won't want to miss a step in this 13-Part Urban Fantasy Novella Series! Each book leads directly into the next, just like a TV series. THE BOOK WAITRESS is Book 1, so make sure you've read that first.

And right now it is FREE for Kindle! :)

My Review:
This is the second installment in The Book Waitress series and though I enjoyed the first one, I loved the second one even more! Deena kicked it up a notch in this one. The steamy stuff is hotter and the scary stuff is even more terrifying! It makes for one hell of a read! ;) The combination of romance and horror is perfect and is the whole basis of the story. Good versus evil. Which side will win? Deena is a pro at this writing style and it's why I adore everything she writes! You'll go from cringing to smiling from one page to the next!

As expected, DDJ picked up where TBW ended and was definitely a page turner! I was always anxious to discover what was happening. It's a quick read, but is filled with so much that it leaves the reader feeling satisfied and ready for the next part of the story!

One thing's for sure, that ending is pure evil! Can I have the next one now, pretty please?


Happy Reading!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much, Kristina! It's great to know my little morsels are just as potent as my longer pieces. :) Get ready for the next enticing bite! :)