Devil’s Destiny by Winter Sloane

Devil’s Destiny by Winter Sloane
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Destiny: I made a mistake and now I’m paying for it. I borrowed money from the MC to save my mom. Now I have to spend the rest of my life taking off clothes for strangers. Each time I dance, a piece of my soul dies with me. Just when I think I won’t survive this place, he arrives. Devil. Vice-President of the Fallen Saints MC. He struck a dirty bargain and now I belong to him. Hell will freeze over before I surrender my body and heart to a criminal like him.

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As Vice President of the Fallen Saints MC, Devil could – and did – have any woman, any time he wanted. Rules never applied to him. But while in the middle of negotiating a deal with another MC Devil lays eyes on Destiny and instantly something different happened, Devil found himself burning for her as no other. Unable to resist, he agrees when she’s offered to sweeten the pot. Will Devil regret his bargain?

Fun and sexy, I found this to be a deliciously hot short story. While the plot isn’t anything intriguing or new, I really enjoyed Devil’s strong and confidant personality. And Destiny was a vulnerable heroine who I easily related to and I adored her resilience. Having borrowed money she knew she’d struggle to repay she didn’t cave in when the situation turned nasty on her, she held her spirit and strength close to her and continued to always look for a way out, an opportunity. This fire inside her was what first drew Devil and admittedly it’s the main aspect of Destiny’s character I really related to and loved. The chemistry between them smouldered from the beginning but I also really appreciated how the author didn’t stint on the “getting to know you” time between our two main characters. This helped make the whole story – the romance and sex in particular – feel a lot more realistic and relatable to me.

I really enjoyed how the author managed to balance the usual darker, slight edginess of a usual MC story with hope and some light. Often I find MC stories a bit too dangerous or violent for my personal tastes but I found this story really balanced well between the grittier aspects of real life – poor decisions, imperfect families and facing realities – with the more romantic hope that with trust and the right people life can be a dream and beautiful. I really enjoyed the slow dance between Devil and Destiny and how they came not only to know each other but trust and deeply love one another. The slow, steady building of their relationship was a real pleasure to watch unfold and I know I’ll enjoy this book again in the future.

The first in a new MC series I’ll be keeping an eye out for future installments and can strongly recommend this story to others, particularly those who often don’t enjoy the darker or more violent MC romances.

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