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This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Chloe Neill
Released: August 16th 2016
Series: Devil's Isle #2
Published by NAL Trade
“There are plenty more twists and turns to come where Claire and Liam are concerned so buckle up and get read for a wicked ride.”
~ Under the Covers
In the second book of the Devil’s Isle series, Chloe Neill picks off right where the last book ended. Again, we are back by Claire Connolly’s side as she tries to hide a part of herself that will get her locked up in Devil’s Isle if she isn’t careful. Only Liam Quinn knows about her secret, but they are having trouble with restoring New Orleans from the magic that is consuming the city and now, there is a cult that has its sight on her.
Once again Neill has a great book on her hands, but because I was so blown away by the first book in the series, I had some pretty high expectations for this book. I had my own predictions about where this story might go but I have to admit that I was totally wrong. Neill takes this book into a totally different territory, one that I didn’t expect and for that reason, it did take me longer to get into the story. However, once I adjusted, it’s a smooth road from there.
This world is a very complicated one and the stakes get even more higher as more people are introduced into the story. This is one you definitely need to read in order as Neill wastes no time recapping previous events in the series. However despite everything that is happening, I still feel that this book is very much about Claire and Liam. I like where the author is going with this series despite having to readjust my own expectations. I don’t think there’s a series out there that is like this one so definitely check it out if you don’t mind being kept in the dark for a little bit. I get the feeling that there are plenty more twists and turns to come where Claire and Liam are concerned so buckle up and get read for a wicked ride.
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