Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Silver-Tongued Devil by Jaye Wells (thoughts)

WARNING: This is the 4th book in this series so spoilers are MORE likely than not. Just saying :)

Sabina is back and better than ever. She's trying to settle down to a normal life....whatever normal is when you have a minion that is a demon named Giguhl and friends like hers. But just when things seem to be calm is when the worst trouble is brewing, and Sabina finds herself once again swept up in events out of her control. And everything seems to rest on Sabina's shoulders.

I have loved each and every book in this series so far and this book wasn't any different! I love how sassy and fierce Sabina is while still having a softer side that comes out at times. I am always rooting for her to succeed even when it seems that the odds are completely against her. The book was fast paced and darker than I expected which is always a plus for me when it comes to urban fantasy. The author had this book filled with some unexpected twists that kept me guessing....I never knew what was going to happen next. I loved it! And while there was a lot that was left open leading up to the next book, I wasn't bothered by it because it ended in a way that left me feeling satisfied.

All in all, I felt like this was another kick-ass addition to this series. I love that the author isn't afraid to take chances with these books and makes unexpected plot choices. I just plain love this series! I would highly recommend each one of these books to urban fantasy fans but you MUST start at the beginning. Each book builds on the previous one, and you wouldn't be able to see the character growth unless you read them in order. Highly recommended!

Bottom Line: Another amazing read to one of my favorite series! I will read ANYTHING that this author writes if that tells you anything :)

Disclosure: I was lucky enough to snag a copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher. Thanks!


  1. Maybe I should read this series? Is this one of your favorites??

  2. The way that events play out in Silver-Tongued Devil really ramp the background story arc for the next book, which if rumors are true, is supposed to be the last. And they don't come without a steep cost for Sabina, but I am really looking forward to the next book Blue-Blooded Vamp, because it looks like Wells is working up to an epic finale.


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