Luck of the Devi (Forge Trilogy, book 2) by Meghan March
Published by Red Dress Press on February 12, 2019
Genres: Dark, Romance, Mafia, Crime, Suspense
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New York Times bestselling author Meghan March continues the story of ruthless, calculating billionaire Jericho Forge in Luck of the Devil.
My poker face has always been my greatest asset, along with my grit and determination. I was beholden to no one. Asked permission for nothing.
Then Jericho Forge took my life by storm.
I traded my freedom for something infinitely more precious, but I didn’t realize Forge was holding an unbeatable hand.
Now, all I have to do is survive the high-stakes game my life has become—with my heart intact.
But not falling in love with Forge will take the luck of the devil.
Luck of the Devil is the second book of the Forge Trilogy and should be read following Deal with the Devil. The Forge Trilogy concludes in Heart of the Devil.
“You saved her.” Karas turns to meet my gaze.
“In some ways. But mostly, she saved me.”
If there is one thing that Meghan does well, it’s my favorite trope. I read every book I find like this and some I enjoy, some I don’t, and then some never leave me. Meghan’s books fall in the latter of those. The “marry for a reason and then they fall in love” trope isn’t one easily done. I may be picky about this but I need what I need from it and Meghan always delivers it.
“When she leans toward me and presses a kiss to my lips, I know that there’s absolutely nothing I wouldn’t do to keep this woman in my life.”
Some of the moments are huge and some are tiny, but the chemistry these two have is on fire. Forge takes my breath away in this book. He made me swoon in the first book, he took my breath away in this one, I bet in the last book he will take my heart forever. I respect Indy so much and the way she handles things and herself. She is probably the only one who could stand toe to toe with Forge.
“Where you go, I go. Even if it’s overboard.”
I loved having the characters in this book that come from one of her other trilogies. That was a treat I wasn’t expecting. It also reminded me just how much I love that guy after his talk with Forge.
“There was a reason Julia Roberts didn’t allow kissing in Pretty Woman. I may not have understood it before, but I get it now.”
This trilogy is addicting, breathtakingly suspenseful, and I wish you good luck at putting it down. I am in awe of Meghan and her writing ability. She just delivers hit after hit, I can’t get enough of her. Also, anyone that mentions or quotes my favorite movie of all time is A-OK with me. LOL
“This woman, this complex, mysterious creature, has made the ground shift beneath my feet in a way I never thought possible.”
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Check out my review of Deal With The Devil HERE