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The Devil's Wingman by [Davis, J.M.]
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Length: 308 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 661 KB
  • Print Length: 308 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc (April 29, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 29, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00V5B432Y
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Format: Paperback
3.5 Stars

***I received this book as a gift

The Devil’s Wingman is a deliciously sexy play on the devil and angel that rest on your shoulders. Sin and temptation become a primal battleground of good vs. evil and the tantalizing gray space between.

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Kara struggles with depression after the loss of her father. Often she’s in a cloud of thought, sort of removed from the world. Introverted and reclusive, Kara deals with the haunting reality of her past mistakes and the emotions that eat at her soul. A talented artist, Kara expresses herself best through her work, it’s where all of her emotions come to the forefront. Kara is broken but not defeated and it’s through her heart that she finds the will to live again.

Dominic is sin incarnate. A sexy bad boy that puts dark and handsome to shame. Lust and temptation all wrapped into one, Dominic will leave you salivating after him. Between his beast of a car to his domineering, secretive nature, Dominic is forward and playful. Sarcasm, brute force, he’s all masculine power. He pushes and pulls, piquing curiosity. Dominic’s aggression is sometimes scary but balanced with a boyish smile and sweet words that make him a total contradiction. He’s pretty irresistible.

Mystery drives the plot. As Kara struggles to piece all the clues together, foreboding and apprehension brews. Something sinister is on the horizon and it just might change everything.

Cayden is a glowing golden god. He’s considerate, sweet, attentive and looks gorgeous in a tight pair of baseball pants. Cayden is always looking out for Kara and is like a beacon of light leading her to comfort in this strange new university. Safety, comfort, and sticky sweet flirting.
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So, I have to admit-the first half of this book did drag a bit for me. There was so much that was unknown on the paranormal side of things that it made the story feel kind of plain and without focus. Once you pass the halfway point though, the picture starts to get clearer and things pick up.

As for the characters, Kara is my type of young woman (and not because we share the same name, albeit spelled differently). A bit of a loner, but strong in her beliefs and convictions, with a tortured past from which she's trying to move on. She's an easy character to like and feel for. Dominic runs hot then cold, mean then sweet and tender, cruel and evil then loving. Until you get pretty deep into the story, he makes it extremely hard to root for him. Cayden on the other hand is-as Kara's roommate Cassie adamantly observes-a guy that everyone would go nuts for. I have to heartily agree with that assessment.

Until I passed that halfway point and started to really find out the background pieces behind who Dominic and Cayden really are and what drove each of them, I was fully behind Cayden all the way. Once the height of the conflict comes and we see the outcome between Dominic and Kara...well, I could more easily understand and get on board with them.

A story about the battle between light and dark within us, and true love conquering all, The Devil's Wingman did frustrate me at first, but the ending did make up for most of that. Recommended for 18+ due to language and some mild sexual scenes.
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You know those books, where you read the blurb and you think; 'hey this sounds good', and you sorta get an idea what it’s about, but then you get to reading and it’s nothing like what you thought? Devil's Wingman did that for me. As I was reading, I kept thinking, didn’t see that coming, or had WTH moments. In case you’re wondering, that’s really good.
Kara is starting over her last semester of college, at a new school closer to home. She is that girl, the one that prefers to be alone, doesn’t want a bubbly roommate, isn’t willing to participate in any school functions. Just go to class, and get through the rest of her time.
Well that doesn’t work for her, she gets a bubbly roommate, who will have you laughing, and ends up friends with Cayden, a star baseball player, who has made it clear he is interested in Kara. But all Kara ends up seeing is the dark haired boy in her art class, Dominic. She doesn’t understand why her eyes are always drawn to him, but they are.
This is a good vs evil sort of love triangle. This story went way deeper then I was thinking it would. Very good character development, I was pleased with how this story ended up. I give this 4 MJ stars.
MJ’s Book Blog and Reviews was given this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Do you believe in Heaven and Hell? The fight between Angels and Demons? What would you do if you were confronted by an agent from both sides? Kara is battling demons of her own; she is struggling with the loss of her father and just trying to get through each day. When on her first day at her new college she is mysteriously drawn to this young man it throws her for a loop. She hasn’t been interested in the opposite sex in a while. In just one day she meets a man who radiates light and goodness and another that pulls her into a vortex of darkness and mystery. Dominic knows he is no good for Kara but the light from her soul calls to him. When his demonic nature causes Kara to try and end her life twice he tries to stay away but Kara doesn’t make it easy. Cayden is an Angel and has loved Kara since before he even met her. While he tries to save her from herself he falls further in love with her even offering to make the ultimate sacrifice for her. Will love prove to be enough to redeem Dominic? Can Kara survive long enough to help Dominic become mortal? Or will Cayden convince Kara that loving him is the better choice? When you’re the Devil’s Wingman can you every really be redeemed?
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