This book is suitable for Young Adult readers!!!
“People change when shit happens.”
Dante is HOT! I have to get that out of the way because there’s no avoiding it. He’s hot and he is the Devil’s right hand man, doing an awesome job taking people’s soul but as fate should have it, he meets a girl and at some point he started to think about her as more than just a faceless person he has to mark. Instead her light pulls him towards her with power stronger than his will and for the first time in so long, he wants to let it.
Charlie Cooper is not your typical heroine and she has some flaws in her. She isn’t pretty and her scars run deeper than her skin but she is a fighter and it’s impossible not to love her. She is also a good girl so it doesn’t make any sense for the Underworld to want her so badly but Dante doesn’t care and for his plans to work, Charlie needed to become bad. To do something reckless and dangerous or mean so he set off to turning her bad. Not an easy job at all but it was fun to watch his attempts.
“I wonder what it would feel like to laugh like that, with complete abandon.”
Dante’s presence changes Charlie but not in the way he wanted it, at least not always. Before she met him she was shy and closed off and she had just her two friends and she was happy and content but when he came around she wanted more. She wanted him.
The story is addictive and it has all these twist and turns that makes to stay at the edge of your seat. It’s definitely not your everyday YA novel and it’s so much fun to read. I felt every emotion, good and bad. Fun or sad moments, I loved them all.
“I decided on classing it up for the party … If Charlie doesn’t dig my get up, I’ll expose her for what she is: asexual.”
I loved this book so much because it was so fresh and interesting. I was obsessed with Dante long before the book was released and getting the change to read it ahead of its publishing was a blessing.
I definitely highly recommend this book!
A huge Thank you, to Entangled Teen and NetGalley for the free review copy.
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Until the next time,