Sunday, July 24, 2016

review || THE DEVIL'S BEAUTY { blog tour } by Airicka Phoenix

Publisher | Date, 2016 | Genre


Dimitri Tasarov has never had a choice in what he was. From infancy, he had been raised with the knowledge that he was a monster, an unlovable creature without a soul, until a single act of kindness threw his entire world into a tailspin.

Ava Emerson had always led a reluctantly sheltered existence. Friendship was a luxury that came with questions she couldn’t afford to answer.

They were an unlikely pair. He lived behind his mask and his roses, and she lived behind her secrets, yet they shared a bond that could get them killed if anyone ever found out.

Times were changing. The city was in turmoil. The weak were unprotected and someone needed to make a stand. But Dimitri wasn’t the only one with eyes on the north, or Ava, and they will stop at nothing to claim them both.

Can Dimitri keep Ava safe, or will the devil fall?
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{ about airicka phoenix } .

Airicka Phoenix is a romance junkie with an incurable addiction to chocolate. She is also a prolific author of several novels written for young adult and new adult romance addicts who love bad boys, hot kisses and a gritty plot. Airicka prides herself in producing quality material her readers can fall in love with again and again.

When she's not hard at work bleeding words onto paper, Airicka can be found cuddling with her family, reading, watching TV shows, or just finding excuses not to do chores.

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{ review } .

While a standalone, this one is partially connected to Transcending Darkness, a book Airicka Phoenix released last summer. And like TD, I enjoyed this world she has penned with The Devil's Beauty.

I enjoyed watching as Dmitri learned there was a little bit more to him than just the dark, unlovable monster he thought he was. Ava, with her own 'human' troubles, showed him that she could love his dark, and she could help bring out some light.

I loved all the twists and turns we go on; this book is so much more than a book with a slight (heavy...) paranormal aspect. Real-life issues occur in this world and secrets, thoughts, and feelings are held back.

Dmitri and Ava were incredibly fun to read, and I may have teared up the smallest bit at the end. That devil knows how to use his words...

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