Monday, April 30, 2018

Devlin Unleashed by Bethany Bazile

 Title: Devlin Unleashed
Author: Bethany Bazile
Publisher: Bethany Bazile
Genre: MF, Contemporary
Pages: 232
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
evlin Ward was a ruthless man. 
A man born among violence with a heavily burdened mind.
He wasn't the sort of man fairy tales were made of, but he was sinfully beautiful, and addictively seductive.
Dark and dangerous, yet utterly alluring.
I’d fooled myself once, only allowing myself to see the beauty in him despite the shadows I’d glimpsed in his eyes.
When that darkness took over, I ran.
And now he’s found me.
He’d trusted me with his love and now he wants it back. And he’s all too willing to crush my heart to make his whole again.

Juliana betrayed me. 
Went against everything I believed in and pushed the monster I tried to keep hidden out into the open.
Our love was twisted—and I’d made it that way. But I wasn't prepared to let it go.
I hunted her for years, picking up traces of her scent as she moved from city to city to escape me.
Now that I've found her, I’m not sure even her fiery light can brighten the blackout she left me in when she walked away.

Mature content warning: This title is darkly romantic and intended for adults 18+ due to explicit sexual content, language, violence, and dubious consent

Devlin Unleashed by Bethany Bazile is a dark, gritty, edge of your seat romance.  This is one with many triggers in it, but the story is so good you won’t care they are in there.
Juliana, she is in her last trimester of school when she spills coffee on a hot guy in a coffee shop.  She meets the guy again when she is out at a club with friends.
Devlin claimed Juliana that night.  She was his. Darkly intense. He has a personal battle with schizophrenia.   The relationship is deeply moving to me the reader.
There are so many layers to both characters. Juliana is the light to Devlin’s darkness.
I cannot wait to read more from this author. If this story is anything to go by they are going to be intense and amazing stories.

                                   Five Shooting Stars 

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