Devil’s Creek

(2 customer reviews)

Description

Grace may have problems, but Anderson Rockwell loves his sassy, spicy, and slightly unfaithful wife. A recovered heroin addict who’s now struggling with sex addiction, Grace tries her best to control her inner demons. She’s relapsing less often. And when she does, she always calls, always comes home. Until this time.

The man calls himself Chandler. He found Grace on Facebook under a false name, and lured her away with promises of excitement, danger, and plenty of steam. But when Grace gives in to temptation and follows the trail, she finds herself at the mercy of a monster who knows who she really is, and whose sole obsession is revenge—on Anderson.

Time is running out for Anderson to rescue Grace from deadly danger that’s beyond imagination, before the past drowns them both for good. Because this time, it’s personal.

NOTE: This book contains explicit sexual content. For adults only!

2 reviews for Devil’s Creek

  1. Susan May

    After reading the first book I could not wait for this one. It didn’t disappoint. Full of betrayel, deceipt, hatred, love & forgiveness. I felt so bad for poor Anderson. Poor guy had a heck of a time but Grace redeemed herself with the name Caroline. Definite thumbs up.

  2. Suzanne Nelson

    This audiobook is so good! It is filled with drama, passion, and excitement! Murphy, the villain from the first book in the Devil’s Creek series is now behind bars. This book opens with Grace and her husband Anderson, in the present. They are going through a rocky patch in their marriage, as a new, sick villain emerges. Their love story is told through scenes from the past and present. Portions of the book are upbeat and embrace the happy moments in life, in a similar style to the Gus LeGarde series. The plot is not all sunshine, however. It has very sensual descriptions, including twisted behavior. It is definitely not cozy or sweet. The storyline is fast-paced and excellent. Grace wasn’t entirely likeable in the first book in the series, so I questioned the choice of her as a main character. But as the plot unfolds, the listener will view Grace as very human, a likeable someone with flaws trying to overcome the past. I ended up enjoying this book so much more than the first one. The dark parts were offset by beautiful scenes of life and family. I found it to be nicely balanced. Aaron Paul Lazar is certainly a gifted writer. If you are looking for a story with substance, this is it.

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