Title: And then the Devil cried: Episode 2
Author: Ellie Fox
Publisher: Self published
Release Date: November 15, 2017
Genre(s): Gay Mystery/Suspense
Page Count: 76 pages
Reviewed by: Tosha
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
Adam Delaney has always been a believer in good and doing the right thing. But the incident with Marcus leads him to the conclusion that only bad guys win in the end.
Rho is the only one who keeps reminding Adam that he’s not evil, and Rho believes that with all his heart.
Is Rho right about Adam? Is there an innocent Adam hiding in fear of annihilation underneath that cold exterior?
Or has the new heir to the throne, truly abandoned his true self for the sake of winning, and made a pact with the Devil.
This was another good read in this series. I have to say that there was more twists and turns in this book that left me hoping there will be another episode because quit frankly if there is not hem I will be seriously disappointed.
Episode one had some major twists and turns but episode one had nothing on this book. Once I thought I knew what was going on Ellie Fox threw in a new unexpected twist that left me reeling until the next one. Needless to say by the time I got to the end, I felt like I had been through the wringer and still wanted more.
Adam and Rho are back again and Adam is still dealing with the fallout of the death/murder of Marcus. Rho still has many questions and concerns as far as Adam and how much of a role he played in the death of Marcus. Not to mention the fact that Adam is not acting right.
Is it possible for Adam to truly forgive Rho for his part in all that happened to him at the hands of Marcus? Will Adam ever be able to get over the horrific past and the abuse that he went through? Or is this all just the beginning of what is to come?
This was a very good read. Ellie Fox has really caught my attention with this series and I am praying that there are going to be other books in this series to follow up on what goes down in this book. Regardless this book will definitely blow your mind on all the twists and turns plus all the revelations. Great read!!