Monday, August 8, 2011

Review: Devil Without a Cause by Terri Garey

Devil Without a Cause
Terri Garey
Series: The Devil's Bargain #1
Publisher: Avon
Publication Date: May 31, 2011
Mass Market Paperback {p.371}
Source: Publisher
Genre: Paranormal
Characters: Faith McFarland, Finn Payne
Challenge: 100+, Summer Romance

Idle hands are the devil's workshop

Temptation and seduction are the tricks of the Devil's trade, and when offered the chance to regain his wings by playing guardian angel, he's hell-bent on doing things his way . . .

Faith McFarland is in need of a miracle. So desperate to save her sick child, she's willing to make a deal with the Devil: steal a ring worn by Finn Payne, the bad-boy rockstar who long ago sold his soul for rock 'n roll. Temptation and seduction become necessary evils, yet Faith's salvation means Finn's damnation . . . because the ring is all that stands between him and Hell. Falling in love was never part of the bargain, but now that they've tasted heaven in each other's arms, can they convince the Devil to give up his due?

Faith is willing to do whatever it takes to save her sick son. Even if it means selling her soul to the devil.

This book had me engrossed from the first page. It's unlike anything I'd read before. Faith and Finn both are ordinary people who made the wrong choices in moments of weakness.

The connection between Faith and Finn progressed rather quickly, but did not lack believability. The fact that they both felt genuinely sorry for what they felt they had to do to each other because of their deals, endured you to them as individuals.

This one was a fast paced read that didn't do a lot of prolonging. It was straight to the point. I wish I had the back story of Nikki and the devil, because the mere mention of her seemed to humanize him a bit.

I definitely would like to see more of this series.
Book Obsessed


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