Book Review Deal with the Devil by Meghan March

Feb 032019

Deal with the Devil (The Forge Trilogy #1) by Meghan March

“You can put that man in a suit, but he’ll never be tame.”
One look at Jericho Forge and I knew the rumors were true. He was a predator, and he had set his sights on me.
I knew better than to bet more than I could afford to lose that night. I knew better than to bet myself. But desperation leads to bad decisions, and I thought there was no way I could lose.
I was wrong.
Now I have no choice but to make a deal with the devil.

Title: Deal with the Devil
Author: Meghan March
Publication Date: January 15th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Enemies to lovers;
Format: Kindle (275 pages)
Rating: 9/10

For instance, you know when you have bad luck reading unmemorable books for a few days, but you strike gold reading one afterwards? In other words, this is what happened to me with “Deal with the Devil”. I absolutely loved it and hated that I did not check and see that it’s part of a trilogy. Well, not fully released YET. I need to be warned before a tackle an unfinished trilogy / series.

In a world of poker stars, mafia, billionaire, kidnapping, bad guys and one innocent girl, we had it all. This is to say, it kept me on my toes from the beginning willing to see what the next page brings. I started this book late in the evening and finished right before sunrise.

To clarify, I loved loved loved, every minute of Deal with the Devil. Therefore, it got me a feeling of some close ups to Christian Grey’s world, if you know what I mean. However, that did not interrupt me to enjoy this book.

That is to say, I can’t wait to see what happens next!

Firstly, Indy, a world-renowned poker player, has to win 10 million USD in 7 days to pay some bad guys who kidnap her little sister. Meanwhile, she finds herself between a revenge play between Forge and Bastien, who hate themselves to death. They see her as a pawn to own to hurt the other. However, Forge is smarter and up for blood and thirsty for revenge that is blindsided by her in wanting to own her. In short, not just Bastian doesn’t ever get her, but for himself, as a result of his attraction of her.

“A silent conversation passes between us. You give me what I want. I give you what you need”
“She doesn’t trust me or any other man. Now, I have a new goal. Win her trust . . . and make her want me as badly as I want her”

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Here is the reading order of the trilogy.

Deal with the Devil

Luck of the Devil

review soon

Heart of the Devil

review soon


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