Thursday, April 11, 2019

Review: Devil Forget Me by Karilyn Bentley (@KarilynBentley1, @WildRosePress)

Devil Forget Me
Release Date: April 1, 2019
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Review Copy Source: Author

What appears to be a simple crime, unmasks a chilling deception...

Gin Crawford, the world's newest demon huntress, kills two minions who are breaking into a financial adviser's office. But what she thinks of as another night in the life of a demon huntress leads to a cover-up of epic proportions. A demon haunts her employer, the Agency, and only she can stop it.

Aidan Smythe, her guardian mage and lover, along with her brother T, and the healer Eloise, join her search in discovering the demon's identity. A search thwarted by a powerful spell.

Breaking the spell requires her to join forces with Zagan, the demon of deceit, the demon who marked her as his. But working together comes with a price. One Gin is not sure she can pay.

It has been a long ride for the emergency room nurse turned Demon huntress Gin Crawford. Her life was turned upside down in DEMON LORE and a lot has happened since then. DEVIL FORGET ME wraps up the Demon Huntress series with the answers and conclusions we have been waiting for.

Following in the footsteps of the previous books, DEVIL FORGET ME has plenty of action and danger in the storyline. I enjoyed the steps that were taken to finally be able to root out the demon behind the corruption inside the Agency.

If you read my review from book 4, DEVIL TAKE ME, you know that I was having issues with liking Aidan again. I DO like him, but I can't say that it's as much as before the end of book 3. I don't feel like you can easily come back from his actions and I don't think he really had enough time to show me that it wouldn't happen again—in fact, it was proven that it has happened in a previous relationship. I can be happy for Gin and Aidan as a couple, but I wasn't gaga over them.

T and Eloise are super cute together. I have enjoyed getting to know them individually as well as watching their relationship form. The mystery that has been Zagan has officially been completely revealed by the end of DEVIL FORGET ME.

The series definitely felt complete after the final words were read. I was happy with how things concluded.

I gave it 4/5 stars

* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.