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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A stunning conclusion!
Meghan March has blown me away in the stunning conclusion of Heart of the Devil! Forge and Indy’s relationship had me more intrigued then ever by the end of book two and I’ll tell you, book three takes it to the next level! I was stunned as to how their relationship plays out in Heart of the Devil and how you finally get to see who can be trusted and who cannot. I have to say I thought I knew the good from the bad...boy, was I ever wrong! I was truly not ready for what MM threw my way! Heart of the Devil had me on the edge of my seat, looking for clues as to who done it and made me fall deeper in love with Jericho Forge! This entire series was absolutely fantastic and I highly recommend it!
Let me start by saying I’m rating this final book as one review for all 3.
**spoilers below (kind of)**
I originally reviewed this differently than I am now because I’ve reread the series several times and I like it much more than my first go through.
The ending was not expected at all. Great job Meghan!
Jericho is 100% alpha male but - unbeknownst to him - he has a deep longing for a connection he’s gone most his life without.
India shoulders the responsibility for the things in her and her loved ones lives. She’s less of a damsel-in-distress as many romance novels with alpha males although she still has moments where I’m saying “girl you need to get it together. He doesn’t need to carry you that much!”
I like the dual perspective. If it wasn’t written this way and you couldn’t read what Jericho was really thinking he would definitely come off as a huge douche at least in the first and part of the second books.
It has a really accelerated timeline that makes their actions and feeling towards each other seem unreasonable to me. Maybe that’s my cynicism shining through.
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