“You can put that man in a suit, but he'll never be tame."
One look at Jericho Forge and I knew the rumors were true. He was a predator, and he had set his sights on me.
I knew better than to bet more than I could afford to lose that night. I knew better than to bet myself. But desperation leads to bad decisions, and I thought there was no way I could lose.
I was wrong.
Now I have no choice but to make a deal with the devil.
Deal with the Devil is the first book in the Forge Trilogy. Jericho and India’s story continues in Luck of the Devil and concludes in Heart of the Devil. All three books in the Forge Trilogy are available now!
“Meghan came in swinging from the opening line. I mean, if that's not one of the best opening lines in a book, I don't know what is. I read this book in one sitting after that, completely engrossed, unable to do anything else while Jericho held me hostage.” – USA Today bestselling author, Nina Levine
“Absolutely riveting. Jericho Forge is the type of sexy, enigmatic alpha-hero that readers love, and he’s met his match with the fiercely independent and strong India Baptiste. There are exhilarating twists, unexpected turns and an insane amount of scorching-hot chemistry!” - Mary Dubé
“Jericho Forge has absolutely WRECKED ME in the best possible way! Meghan March is a POWERHOUSE in this genre!” – Shayna Renee’s Spicy Reads
“Jericho Forge is both dangerous and endearing. Talk about a lethal combination for my heart.” -Author Hollis Wynn
“Deal with the Devil is undoubtedly a can’t miss read of 2019!” – letshaveakya
“This story was sexy and intense. Jericho and India's chemistry was FIRE.” – Bookgasms Book Blog
“Adrenaline pumping, wickedly sexy, and flat-out amazing.” – The Heathers Blog
“Jericho is just everything I love about a March hero. He is sexy; dangerous with his need for vengeance, and seductive with his dominance and care for our heroine.” – Musings of the Modern Belle
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Amazing read! I read all three books in two days. I was on a mission to finish because I was addicted to their love story. Great character development. Very funny dialogue. Highly recommended
Slow and Meh...
I had high hopes for this book, given the synopsis, but honestly the book was slow all the way through and the reviews tricked me into actually spending money on this book. The chemistry between both characters never hit the mark and the sister just felt “in the way” ... her so called comic relief was pretty much annoying and in the wrong places. Like seriously, if you’re going to make us wait for a sensual scene all the way toward the END of the book March, at least give them privacy. Seriously??? Was the sisters joke necessary in the middle of what should’ve been a perfect moment for the two? That was such a turn off! Actually the whole book was a turn off. I’m surprised I got as far as I did but I think I wanted to at least give it the benefit of the doubt and get my money’s worth ... I still cared nothing about how it would end in book one. I will not be buying the rest. 1 star only because there’s no lesser star! It’s in the negative for me and I’m not hard to please with romance so it says a lot. Complete waste of 4 hours of my life that I cannot get back! Eye roll!
Reading the description and all the reviews, I literally thought this was going to be a Nexflix Lucifer type of read and Forge would actually be the devil. Not the case. My own fault for projecting a supernatural theme on this novel. The bear wants what the heat wants. The first book kept me intrigued until the cliffhanger and of course I had to buy the second book. Novels in the first person tend to annoy me. Happy to report that it only annoyed me about 20% of the time I was reading this.