A person suffering from chronic mental disorder with abnormal or violent social
synonyms: madman/madwoman, mad person, deranged person, maniac, lunatic,
an unstable and aggressive person.
F R O S T
Since I was a little girl, I have been surrounded by hate, death, murder, and
slavery. I’ve been guarded my whole life by my brother—Raze, the kingpin of the
underworld and the most feared individual in the United States of America. And
then further more guarded when I found out the president of The Devil’s Own MC
was my long lost half-brother. Being tossed around from one extreme protection
to another has left a part of me yearning to break out of it’s cage. The part
that I’ve tried to sugar coat and hide, because if she’s unleashed, everyone
would see just how much like my brothers I am.
Panting, wanting, needing to unleash the side of me I’ve always known was
My secret is mine and my brothers.
Only they know what I hide and why I hide it. How I fight for love because if I
don’t, my rage would win and I’d be a mere shadow of the girl people have grown
But I broke.
And the man who held the hammer that shattered the walls I spent years building
to cage in my rage—was a psychopath.
The Devil’s Match by Amo Jones
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Once again Amo has left me speechless. I love her Devil’s Own series, and The Devil’s Match makes no exception. After finishing this book, I felt like I had been hit by 18-wheeler and loved it.
Ella and Frost… they are match forged in hell. I loved them both. And what goes on between them, well, it happily ever after doesn’t quite make their relationship justice.
I’ve seen the demons she tries to hide behind those angelic fucking eyes. Because my own recognize them. But not only do they recognize them, they respect them. (25% Kindle edition)
Ella is something fierce, Amo’s women always are. Ella is McKenna; her whole existence exudes it. I enjoyed most the scene, where she couldn’t simmer her anymore. Namely Rage.
My rage has hefty appetite, one of a wolf, and she most definitely is not full. That was her entre. (89% Kindle edition)
There are more than few WTF moments in the book and surprise blows straight to the jaw, that the reader never sees coming. I love how Amo keeps her readers on edge, screaming and biting their nails, never resorting to apparent solutions or outcomes in her writing.
The way Amo writes her stories, they’re so enthralling and so good. I mean, all the dark and twisted, all the blood spilling and Amo makes it seem like it’s completely normal. And it is, in the world of Devil’s Own and The Six.
romantic walks to the wine cellar.
She loves to write like how she lives, hanging on the edge of insanity with a
wine glass in one hand and her morals-or lack thereof- in the other.
Those are not my monkeys, I swear….
Oh those hellhounds? Yeah, those are mine.