From New York Times bestselling author Meghan March comes the stunning conclusion to the Forge Trilogy. In this final volume, ruthless billionaire Jericho Forge faces his toughest challenge. To emerge victorious, he’ll have to give up the one thing he’s never offered a woman—his heart.
It started as a game. She was nothing but my pawn.
But I was quick to see the error in my ways, and now she is everything I never knew I needed.
The value of a woman like India Baptiste is beyond measure.
But the problem with being a man like me? I’ve already screwed this up, and there’s no guarantee India will take me on for one last bet.
I'll do whatever I have to do. Drop to my knees and offer her the only thing I have left. The one thing that’s only ever been hers—the heart of the devil.
Heart of the Devil is the third book in the Forge Trilogy and should be read after Deal with the Devil (book 1) and Luck of the Devil (book 2). All three books are available now!
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Seriously, an absolutely amazing ending to this trilogy. I recommend everyone gets their hands on Forge! Totally brilliant as always.
Wowsers another fabulous series by Meghan. The books grab you from the start and your hooked. I’ve loved reading about Jericho and Indy. The hot pirate and the gambler, what a crazy combo. Keep on with these fab books
It's taken me a few days to think about this book before I wrote this review as I'm kinda in two minds about it. I've loved Jericho and India in the two previous books in this trilogy but I didn't connect so much with them in this one.
I think the scorchingly hot chemistry they had previously seemed a little lacking in this one. The story is fast paced and I enjoyed it I just felt like the passion wasn't quite there the same.
Don't get me wrong, it's a good book and I'd still recommend this series to all my friends as I love this author. I didn't see the ending coming which give me that OMG feeling as it was all revealed. I think that's my favourite part of the story as I was so shocked which I loved. It's hard sometimes to keep the baddie so secret and that's a testament to how good Meghan writing is.
Jericho is still one of my favourite characters so this book definitely deserves its 4 stars.