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!
"There is NO forgetting the sexy beast that is Jericho Forge. There is NO forgetting the bold heroine that is India Baptiste. There is NO forgetting the magnetic couple that stole my heart. There is NO forgetting this incredible series…period." ~Shayna Renee's Spicy Reads
"The Forge Trilogy was completely enthralling throughout every single book, and the jaw dropping twists just keep coming! Seriously, read this book, read this trilogy... and sit back in awe at the talent that Meghan March seamlessly delivers in her work, over and over again." ~Nightbird Novels
"This epic ending is beyond any critique and better than a thousand stars. I am SPEECHLESS." ~PP's Bookshelf
"Heart of the Devil was a sexy, thrilling, swoon-worthy, and PERFECT conclusion to the Forge Trilogy, and I absolutely loved it!" ~The Romance Bibliophile
"The type of book you want to rush through just to hear everything, while at the same time, you never want the book to end. Meghan March always gives us strong and vibrant characters but India Baptiste and Jericho Forge are currently sitting high on my favorite characters tower." ~Next Book Review
I really enjoyed reading the series.
Heart of the Devil
Too short. Too much killing. I wanted to read a romance novel, not killing
From start to finish the suspense was on point and the plot never falter. I just wish at some point Jericho was the actual person to save Indy since his strength and love for her was so evident, I would have liked for one of the saves be directly from him. Granted it shows his effort but all in all it never came down to him. Anyway the book was still worth the read.