I never should have jumped that fence, and I most definitely shouldn't have kissed her.
Living on the streets, I made some hard decisions to stay alive. I signed a contract with the devil, and because of that, I choose to live alone.
But after listening to my neighbors fight every night for years, it's finally gotten to me. Now I've gone and done it - I've broken my only rule: never get involved.
I want to save the beautiful woman next door with the sad eyes from his abuse. I want to take her away from all of this, but what do I have to offer when my hands are stained with the sins I've committed?
How can I offer a broken woman peace and safety when those two things don't exist in my world?
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Devil you Know
Both main characters were annoying. Malice was a jerk half the book and Jane was very whiny. Also ended very abruptly, I thought I had a few chapters left judging by the table of contents but it cut off and then started in to a chapter of the next book. Wouldn’t recommend.