Weddings are hell
After a month of planning not one, but two, demonic weddings, all Faith Bettincourt—the youngest Crown Princess of Hell—wants is to spend some quality time with her angelic boyfriend, Matt. But when a ghost from Matt’s past walks through Faith’s apartment door, her preoccupation with the weddings from Hell is all that’s keeping her from turning his ex, in all her devious angelic glory, into a down throw pillow.
Which is about when Matt’s zealous mother declares war on Faith’s family.
Now Faith will stop at nothing to stop the craziness and make sure the impending nuptials go off without a hitch. All she’s got to do is rescue one of the grooms and go up against an army of so-called do-gooders, and everything will go back to normal. Or as normal as it can be where the Devil's spawn is concerned. With any luck, she might just be able to resuscitate her love life while she's at it.
- GENRE:Fantasy, Chick-Lit, Paranormal, Comedy, Romance
- PAGES: 352
- CHAPTERS: 29
KEYWORDS: Religion, Romance, Death, Mystery, Action, Dry humor
IN-SHORT: A good afternoon read but a little forgettable.
Ginny's (The Pug's) Review:
I was given Devil May Care by Patricia Eimer from NetGally.
This is my first time I've read Patricia Eimer and although I did enjoy her writing style it didn't tickle my funny bone as much as I thought it would.
Devil may care follows a character named Faith Bettincourt who happens to be the devil's daughter. Although things are complicated enough for faith things get even worse as she tries to plan her mother's and best friends wedding while trying to deal with her angel boyfriend Ex and his families prejudice .
Its all in a days work for the devil daughter.
This story is well involved and the characters well define leading to a overall likeable plot but sometimes the humor in the book seemed forced causing the book to become a little hard of reading and causing me to put the book down and pick it back up on several occasions.
Devil may care is a good read but somewhat forgettable in places due to the feeling of trying to hard to make the audience laugh. I do believe this is a marmite book, you will either love it or hate it.
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