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Devils & Rye

Series: Top Shelf, Book 4
Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Forbidden fruit tastes the sweetest.

It had been years since I had seen her. Years since I last saw those eyes with pure, raw innocence. So much time had passed since I lusted after what I knew I should resist. But she was so right. And I was so wrong. 

To claim her as mine was breaking the rules. Boundaries should not be broken. But temptation weakens my resolve. With the pull of my dark desires...I know that I can’t hide from my sinful thoughts - and actions - forever.

Devils & Rye is a dark billionaire romance. If you don’t like a splash of shock, a dash of taboo, and a heavy dose of sex, then don’t take a sip of this Top Shelf cocktail.

©2018 Alta Hensley (P)2018 Insatiable Press Ltd

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  • Kellee
  • Charlotte, NC
  • 12-10-18

Teddy is hot!

This was a good book, good storyline (just like the others almost). I was not too impressed with the female narrator. Makayla was supposed to be a young 20 year old but she sounded like a an old woman...too jazzy or something. I wanted to start singing the blues when I heard her voice. But Teddy did a great job, love him.

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This series is fantastic!

This was just as good as all the other books in this series! The sex was not as taboo as it was in books 2 and 3, it had a more sweet quality to it but it was still a great story. Kinda reminded me of the book the counselor since it had the games/ rituals involved in a southern plantation vibe .