Review: Better the Devil You Know by Meg Collett

SYNOPSIS: Better The Devil You Know

Set in the same world as the bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic stand-alone serial spin-off, Days of New.

They say insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome. Lucifer doesn’t need that definition to know he’s gone mad. When he came back from the dead, he only had thoughts of revenge and taking back what he’d lost: Hell and his army of fallen angels.

Except there’s only one flaw in his evil plan: He’s falling in love with the most unlikely person. But who could love an ugly thing like the devil? And Lucifer can’t bear to be hurt again. He’s already crazy enough.

The last thing Clark cares about is Lucifer’s love life, especially when Camille is missing and an entirely new threat has arisen called the Loyalists of Adam. But this new side of Lucifer may mean that Clark can get Camille back alive and possibly prevent a new war too. It’s a dangerous notion and one that could get everyone killed.

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that falling in love during times like these would be a better definition of insanity.


*Book Received in Exchange for Honest Opinion/Review*

I love how quick these books are to read and I loved the organized chaos of this one. Lucifer is so messed up in the head and I thought he was twisted before; he is clearly losing his marbles. Camille is wrecked in this book, emotionally, physically, you name it and she has literally been dragged through the gutter. Maya…I kinda spent the whole book phasing in and out with my feels for her but settled on she definitely deserves to be punched in the face. I don’t like her, she is an idiot.

Then there is the Loyalists of Adam, what the ever loving h*ll…Clark has enough to worry about and I don’t think this was exactly necessary to add in but none the less I will wait to see where it goes, if anywhere. The ending is a cliffhanger and I am excited to see how the next 2 books pan out.



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