- Series: Devil's Rock (Book 3)
- Mass Market Paperback: 368 pages
- Publisher: Avon (January 31, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0062423754
- ISBN-13: 978-0062423757
- Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 0.9 x 6.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 48 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #180,827 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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“Off-the-charts hot and emotionally charged! Get ready for these sexy-as-sin ex-cons to take you on a wild ride!” (Elle Kennedy, New York Times bestselling author)
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Raw, forbidden, and scorchingly hot! I couldn’t put it down! (New York Times Bestselling author Laura Kaye)
“Off-the-charts hot and emotionally charged! Get ready for these sexy-as-sin ex-cons to take you on a wild ride!” (--NYT bestselling author Elle Kennedy, praise for The Devil's Rock series)
About the Author
Sophie Jordan grew up on a pecan farm in the Texas hill country, where she wove fantasies of dragons, warriors, and princesses. A former high school English teacher, she's also the New York Times bestselling author of Avon historical romances and the Firelight series. She now lives in Houston with her family. When she's not writing, she spends her time overloading on caffeine (lattes and Diet cherry Coke preferred), talking plotlines with anyone who will listen (including her kids), and cramming her DVR with true-crime and reality-TV shows.
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In FOF North has been out of prison for two years and struggles to find normalcy in his life. He's strong in spirit but has little self-worth. When Faith buys the other half of the duplex he lives in, he's forced to fight his attraction for her since she's far too good for him. Their chemistry was scorching hot and their interactions made me laugh out loud more than once. Even with plenty of comedy, this one has a dark edge as well that might be appealing to noir lovers.
I had to rate this one as average, however, because there just wasn't much of a plot. The first two books in the series were very exciting with a thrilling storyline in the background that kept me turning pages. I would probably put them in the romantic suspense category. The characters were forced through circumstances that bonded them and the love they formed was believable. In FOF, there is no real plot of background story except two people falling in love... which put this one into the more "contemporary romance" genre, which just isn't my favorite. There was an opportunity for a storyline in the background that wasn't explored, except in the briefest way. It surprised me that Jordan didn't use Faith's job/situation at work more.
This one just wasn't my genre. That being said, this is a GREAT romance if you like contemporary romance that will make you laugh featuring a gritty, alpha male!
I won't recount the story here; others do that. I'll talk about how I feel about North and Faith. I live in Texas, so I could identify with these characters maybe more than others. Faith was exactly a good Texas girl, and her father and brother were good Texas men. Lawmen besides. I liked the mix of her being a good girl and having the independence and stubbornness that the men in her family have. It made her a complex, likable heroine, and I liked that she didn't do a lot of stupid stuff just to prove her independence.
North...well, I've been a little in love with him since All Chained Up. He's had it rougher than his brother Knox, spent more time in prison, saw and lived stuff that almost destroyed him. His feelings of worthlessness were totally believable, especially when he compares the more charmed life he led before everything happened that landed him in prison for so long. He lives up to his own low expectations and fights to keep himself there--because he's sure that's all he deserves. He fights his attraction to Faith--and hers for him--because trust comes hard for him. And why wouldn't it?
I love that North was put in a position that was reminiscent of his past. It was basically save Faith or save himself. She was quick to defend him, it changed the dynamic of their relationship, and I loved every second of it. I also loved the ending, something of a surprise.
It's now confirmed: I will read anything Sophie Jordan writes.