Book Review: A Deal with the Devil by Louisa George

A Deal with the Devil by Louisa George is a story about how love is worth fighting for and when it comes down to making the toughest choices in our life that will either make us or break us, can waitress Kate Wilkinson choose love? Kate is lucky when ex-boxer and casino tycoon Rey Doyle comes to her with a proposal. He needs a fiancee to help him seal a deal. Kate takes this opportunity to find out everything she needs to expose the criminal inside the man who doesn’t trust anyone. But as she goes about the ruse of his fiancee and digging into who he is, Kate will have to make the hardest decision ever. Will she go along with her original plan to expose than man or will she fight for love?

Louisa George has incredibly captured her audience with the irresistible bad boy Rey Doyle and Kate who started off on revenge but soon learned that it wasn’t what she really wanted in the first place. Rey undoes her whole being both inside and out and that is very dangerous territory for the both of them. I enjoyed reading each character’s perspective and their blooming romance between two that should have been enemies. A funny twist to this well written novel. I highly recommend reading A Deal with the Devil by Louisa George. I look forward to reading more by her in the future. Overall, this story is a five out of five stars.

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