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- Book 1 of 2 in Bittersweet Hollow (2 Book Series)
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Devil's Lake captured my attention from the very beginning. Portia is escaping, after being held by a horrible, sick man for 2 years. Her journey home in the stolen truck had my heart racing right along with hers. Would she be able to get home to safety before he came after her? Hurry, Portia, hurry!
'Portia couldn't remember how she felt before it all happened. Before he took her, before he tied her to the bed, day after day, night after night. Before he took her soul.'
And then, after she gets home, is she really safe? And did she put her family in danger by coming home?
There were parts of this book that made me GASP out loud. Even as awful as that can be for the characters in the story, I love when that happens to me, the reader. That is a sign that the author took the story in a direction that I wasn't expecting. It is awesome when that happens!
I have to admit that even though I have a lot of Aaron's e-books, in particular, most of the Gus LeGarde Mysteries series, Devil's Lake is the first book of his that I have read -- at this point. My TBR list of Aaron's book is extremely long but I will be getting to it more quickly now, after reading this book. I really like his writing style and I am looking forward to diving into that mystery series that is patiently waiting for me.
Portia would like to bury the past. "She needed to forget. Really forget.... Don't think about him." But part of her healing is to remember. Part II of the book goes back two years, recreating her abduction. "Shhhh," says Murphy, in his frighteningly metallic voice. "It's okay. You're with me now, sugar." We get a glimpse into the way she managed to survive the torture and starvation. "Pretend to be respectful and sweet," she tells herself. "Go along with him. Watch and wait... If you don't fight him, he'll have nothing to push against." And throughout the ordeal, she braces herself. "You can do this."
Part III and IV, Revenge and Payback, bring a much needed conclusion to the story. Anderson and Boone work their way toward Devil's Lake and watch for the cabin with the boarded up windows.Read more ›
The gutsy younger sister was my favorite character, and I wondered if she and I could be clones. Not only did she make me laugh in her efforts to mentally psych out her abductor, but she kept the book from a too predictable outcome.
I don't like books that wrap up neat and tidily. I want to mull the characters around in my mind, and wonder what might happen in their futures. I feel a sequel in the air. There is more to the family than Lazar lets us in on in Devil's Lake.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was so good that I read it in one sitting. I didn't even want to stop to get a cup of coffee and I do love my coffee. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Mystery and suspense. Read this! and when you are finished, read Devil's Creek. You won't be disappointed.Published 3 months ago by KC Curtis
I started book last night and stayed up to finish it. Quite a story that starts building right from first pages. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sharon
A friend of mine gave me the audiobook version of this title. It was well written, but I found some of the details to be unbelievable. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Hummingbird
Fantastic.....now this is the Aaron Paul Lazar I love to read. Intense - well written...I couldn't put the book down.Published 3 months ago by Johannaber's
Couldn't put it down. Who doesn't like a little mystery and romance !!! I would recommend this book to my friends.Published 4 months ago by Laura
"Devil’s Lake" by Aaron Paul Lazar held my interest from the start. The story about a young woman who escapes the clutches of a madmen after two years of captivity is not... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kelvin L. Reed
This is exactly the kind of book I love! Keeps a steady, sometimes fast pace, nothing long and drawn out over pages and pages. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lakenpath