Devil's Game by Joanna Wylde
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Not only is this the best in the series so far, this book also has the best heroine in Em!
Devil's Game is the third installment of Joanna Wylde's Reapers MC series and it revolves around Em. Em is the daughter of the president of the Reapers MC. All her life she's been protected and coddled by her family. And yet, despite all that she wasn't whiny or weak. Em was funny and a bit of a badass but still a girly-girl.
I loved her. It's very rare for me to actually like the heroine better than the hero but in this book, Em outshone Hunter just a little bit. Don't get me wrong, Hunter was dreamy but he had his moments of assholery. And while I do love me some asshole (don't judge me), I felt like Em's character made this story even better.
I know this has been compared to a modern day Romeo and Juliet but honestly, Em was no Juliet. Thank God! She wasn't weak and she gave it all she got. The only Romeo and Juliet-y about this book was the fact they their club were rivals but other than that, the characters don't resemble Romeo and Juliet.
This book had a lot of laugh out loud moments especially with Em's inner monologue. And the chemistry between Em and Hunter was phenomenal. I would have loved to read more about them as a couple. This book didn't really allow them to be all couple-y since they were in the middle of a crisis and a power grab between the two MCs but other than that, this book was very enjoyable.
An ARC was provided by Berkley Trade in exchange for an honest review.