Sunday, April 9, 2017

Review: El Diablo by M. Robinson



Publication Date: 8/30/2016 

Series: The Devil #1

Rating: 5 Stars


Official Blurb:

I was ruthless. 

I was feared. 

I had sacrificed. Myself. Her. Everything... 


Living in a world where I was worth more dead than alive was a choice. I was a bad man, never claimed to be anything else. I’ve done things I’m not proud of. Seen things that can’t be unseen. I’ve caused pain that I can’t undo. 
It was all my choice. 
Every decision. 
Every order. 
Right and wrong never mattered. 
Until her. 
She was under my protection, until she became my obsession. 
But who was going to save her... 

From. Me. The devil himself. 


Have you ever read a book that left you so speechless at the end? I’m not talking about shock and awe, but pure, un-explainable emotion.  El Diablo was that kind of book for me.  No matter how hard I tried to understand my feelings about it, the exhilaration was there.

To put it lightly, this book is dark, twisted, but simply amazing.  From the first page, Robinson sucks you into a dark world of the mob and the people who are forced to deal with the consequences. 

Alejandro and Lexi’s story isn’t an easy one to read.  It’s not hearts and flowers.  It’s not mushy.  It’s twisted AF, but still perfect.  As you read, you’ll find yourself gasping in shock and crying your eyes out.  El Diablo will rock you to your core and leave you an emotional hot mess with an excessive need for wine. 

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