Review: The Devil's Reprise

Monday 28 October 2013
The Devil's Reprise The Devil's Reprise by Karina Halle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I must admit I needed to take a breather after reading the first book in the Devil’s series, The Devil’s Metal. Book one was so good that I was concerned that the second book wouldn’t match up. Need I have been concerned, absolutely not! After reading so many fabulous books by Karina Halle I should have had more faith in her writing skills, especially the way she writes series’.

Having survived his deal he did with the devil, Sage Knightly picks himself up from the aftermath and sets his sights on a new music career but will leaving the memories of Hybrid behind be possible?

Dawn Emerson has returned home and is left pondering her relationship with Sage that is until she receives a call asking her to join him and his new band for their debut tour. Dawn jumps the chance to be re-united with Sage but is left wondering if life on the road with Sage be the same as before or will he have moved on from her and the memories of Hybrid.

After arriving in Paris, Dawn soon realises that Sage is in a bad place and sees that he is free falling into a life of existing rather than living. As soon as they are reunited, Dawn and Sage once again find themselves embroiled in the aftermath of another deal and fight together to save Dawn from her fate but will they survive this time or is this one deal too far…….

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