*****This book is the second in the series and includes a cliffhanger ending******
"I’m getting married to him. I’m marrying the man I despise, the man that as much as I try not to be, I’m drawn to; lost in his power over me, lost in this indescribable feeling, that is between us. Now I’ll have to be with him, in his home, in his world as his wife."
Addie has dived into the world of Daimon Evans, becoming his wife in every aspect, safe one. Can Addie fight the bond they are now creating? Or will Addie give into the devil she calls Daimon?
Daimon has his demons that lurk behind his calm and ruthless veneer, what will Addie do when she finally sees them for herself?
Note from the Author: This is a dysfunctional love and hate trilogy that involves emotional blackmail and a few other situations that the one wouldn't do to the person they liked or loved. Addie and Daimon do what they do under the guise of a love that hurts so good.
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Evangelene was born and raised in Montreal Canada. She currently lives with her husband who at times drives her nuts. She has been studying Classical Civilization and Linguistics at Concordia University for over ten years. The pull of the ancient world was too great for her to let go, so she continues her education to feel closer to the world she identifies with. She reads nonstop, devouring books like its food, loving the feeling of being lost in a world that another author has created. Evangelene started writing her stories ten years ago to express and bring to life all the wonderful characters that inhabit her imagination. She writes for herself and invites readers to join her journey.
Talk about another roller coaster of a ride in this book! This picks up right where The Devil Behind Me ends, with Addie getting through the preparations for her wedding and then the event itself, in which an uninvited guest makes an appearance that sets Daimon off (but then again, what DOESN'T set Daimon off?). But of course, Daimon being Daimon, he refuses to discuss who the person is.
While there isn't a whole lot of treachery occurring in this book, things between Addie and Daimon reach toxic, bordering on nuclear levels. Throughout the first half of this book, Daimon is an ass of the highest degree with some of the stunts he attempts to pull on Addie. But, there are also moments that occur where we get to actually see a Daimon who is thoughtful and perhaps considerate of Addie's feelings. But then he'll open his mouth and ruin the moment and you might have the urge to punch him in the throat.
Both Addie and Daimon experience emotional breakthroughs and just when it looks like there might be hope for these two after all, Addie learns a tidbit of information from Daimon's father (and once you meet him, you immediately know why Daimon acts the way he does) that changes the whole trajectory of their relationship.
ARC provided in exchange for honest review.