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The Devil’s Beauty by Airicka Phoenix – Review

Title: The Devil’s Beauty

Author: Airicka Phoenix

Genre: Dark Contemporary Romance

Expected Release Date: July 19, 2016

Cover Designer: Airicka’s Mystical Creations

Hosted by: Lady Amber’s PR


Dimitri Tasarov has never had a choice in what he was. From infancy, he had been raised with the knowledge that he was a monster, an unlovable creature without a soul, until a single act of kindness threw his entire world into a tailspin.

Ava Emerson had always led a reluctantly sheltered existence. Friendship was a luxury that came with questions she couldn’t afford to answer.

They were an unlikely pair. He lived behind his mask and his roses, and she lived behind her secrets, yet they shared a bond that could get them killed if anyone ever found out.

Times were changing. The city was in turmoil. The weak were unprotected and someone needed to make a stand. But Dimitri wasn’t the only one with eyes on the north, or Ava, and they will stop at nothing to claim them both.

Can Dimitri keep Ava safe, or will the devil fall?

Ms Phoenix’s return to the literary world couldn’t come soon enough! Her latest installment doesn’t disappoint at all. In fact, it excites and it arouses. I love this woman’s descriptive words and her writing. I live for it. She makes you feel every breath the character’s live. I don’t normally read anything of this genre, but this i loved. It is dark yes, but not completely R rated. So if you are not a fan of the dark and twisted this genre usually promotes, i say give The Devil’s Beauty a try. 5/5 stars.

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Robby broke the silence that followed. “What just happened?”

The buzz had regained through the room. Curiosity punctuated with questions and glances at Ava that she ignored.

“I need to go,” she whispered to no one in particular.

But she grabbed Robby’s hand and dragged him along with her through the maze of rooms, down the seemingly endless corridors. Her heels clacked in sync with the tempo of her pounding heart. It was his turn to run to keep up.

“Ava, what—?”

“Don’t ask questions,” she warned him. “Promise me.”

Robby frowned. “But what—?”

She skidded to a halt and faced him, her chest rising and falling rapidly against the front of her dress. “I’m about to trust you with the most important thing in my life, the biggest secret I have ever kept, and I am trusting you because you are my best friend and I need your help.”

The crease between his brows deepened. More lines appeared at the corners of his mouth. His gaze shot past her to the hallway leading to John Paul’s office, then back down to her.

“Tell me who that was first.”

His hand slipped from her grasp. She took a step back and his eyes narrowed.

“I can’t. I can’t tell you anything.”

“But you want me to trust you.” It wasn’t a question.

Ava nodded. “Yes.”

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