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    An enjoyable romantic love story

    I read Books 1 and 2 of The Devil you Know series and enjoyed them so much that I looked forward to reading Book 3. I was not disappointed. It is a romance in the style of the first two, which I would recommend reading first. This is a stand-alone book, but there are brief guest appearances from Book 1 and 2 as Ben remembers being betrayed by Lucifer and Asmodeus. It helps to know their history. The story is most enjoyable, the dialogue sweet, and the characters quite lovable - surprising, considering Beelzebub's previous reputation as a dour sourpuss.
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    A Wing and a Prayer

    Couldn't put this down, great story from my most favourite author. So looking forward to the next episode.
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    Acceptance

    Life is give and take. To believe everyone can change their character even a little to be happy with oneself or another. Ours to choose.
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    Fantastic

    Christine Pope’s “The Devil You Know Book 3” is the final chapter in this short series. Beelzebub, the last management demon after Lucifer’s departure from Hell, was totally surprised with God’s plan to shut down Hell and it’s Fiery Gates. He is banished to Earth to live as a mortal man. This does not sit well with him at all. Until Beelzebub, under the earthly name of Benjamin Blake, meets his gorgeous neighbor, Jillian Torres, who runs a Chihuahua rescue home out of her house. It becomes a struggle to keep out of each other’s way, but destiny does prevail into a romantic interlude. This last book has its moments of surprises, but all in all it’s a worthwhile read. I recommend it highly along with the other 2 previous books in the series.
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    Who would have thought the Devil cared?

    What happens when the Devil is told Hell is being closed down? He gets moved to the City of Angels, across the street from a woman who looks after dogs. What could possibly go wrong? A Wing and a Prayer is the third book in Christine Pope's The Devil You Know series, these books are stand alone reads. This was a good read, she's developed the characters really well, there are three that we see a lot throughout the story. Ben, our devil, Jillian, the dog mom, and Naomi, the next door neighbor. We see Ben and Jillian as they both fight an attraction they share with one another. Ben believing that he won't be like his two former cohorts of Hell, and Jillian still recovering from being jilted by her ex-husband. The story is really entertaining, you go through a roller coaster of emotions. I really really got annoyed with Naomi multiple times in the book, but Ben and Jillian each received the same treatment whenever they were being oblivious. It was good read that brought laughs, tears, and anger at times. I did receive an ARC but this does not effect my opinion. Christine is one of my favorite authors, she knows how to make characters capture you into continuing to read their story.
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