5 thoughts on “The Devil Knows

  1. If you approach reading The Devil Knows based off the synopsis you’ll be somewhat misled. The synopsis makes the book sound like it contains this epic, deep romance, but although it does contain a good deal of romance, it isn’t as deep as you think. The story focuses on two separate issues: Megan’s growing feelings for the demon who takes her soul in exchange to save her best friend Anya and the struggle Anya faces to stay alive in the fight against cancer.

    I liked Megan and Anya’s friendship. Th

  2. Another great read from K.C. Cavnaugh. I couldn’t put this book down. Read it in a day. From beginning to end you can’t wait to see how this one turn out. Once again she puts a twist into her story you don’t see coming. She has the ability to pull you in and not let go until it ends. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be a next book but it didn’t leave you wondering it came to a perfect close. It does leave you not wanting it to end but it is a great ending. so if you like vampires, demons and

  3. This is a really great book. I was well written and I could really see what Megan was going through. Every person deals with finding out that someone they love has cancer. I know how I felt when my grandma passed away in 2011. I have also lost several more people in my family to cancer. My father in law was in surgery for 17 hours with his.

    None of us ever know what we would do if we had the chance to save someone from cancer. I would probably do what Mega did.

    The plot was good and it kept my att

  4. I received a copy of this eBook in exchange for an honest review.

    I’m still really conflicted about this book. I tore through it in one sitting last night. When I started the book, you are introduced to Megan, who has a best friend dying of cancer. This is sort of a sore spot for me, having lost someone I love to cancer a little while ago. I’m not the type of person to read or watch movies that hit that particular nerve, but I decided to push on because the synopsis said that I’d get some paranor

  5. A free digital copy of this book was sent to me by the author in exchange for an honest review

    Originally seen at: The Bookish Owl

    The Devil Knows intrigued me right from the very start because of its ominous title. This book not only came with an interesting plot but also with a touching back story from the author. During the course of our emails, K.C. Cavanaugh told me how and why she came to write this book. For the sake of privacy, I won’t talk about it here but allow me a personal message to

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