Review: Devil’s Slave (American Monsters #1) by Lola Hale

December 3, 2016 Review 0

Review: Devil’s Slave (American Monsters #1) by Lola Hale

I thought I knew what hell was. After years as a cop, I was sure I'd seen the worst humanity had to offer.

I had no f*cking idea.

Now I know I've seen hell. Hell is the basement of an industrial warehouse where the rich, bored and psychotic buy their pleasure at the cost of innocent men and women.

I will take these bastards down, but first, I have to let myself be sold…

My life as a sexual slave should destroy me. Maybe I'm made for hell because as much as I want to end Domingo Morgan and his sick empire, I can't wait for the next moment I feel his hands on my throat.

Every day I spend as his property, I crave him a little bit more.

Lover. Cop. Victim. Damned if I know who I am anymore. My life as Hugh Kincaid, police officer, is over. The only thing that means anything, the only thing that matters now, is that I belong to him.

Lola Hale explores your darkest erotic fantasies in DEVIL'S SLAVE, the first book in her addictive male/male American Monsters trilogy. This book contains explicit content, including dubious consent.

Title: Devils's Slave
Author: Lola Hale
Series: American Monsters #1
Published by Carina Press
Source: Publisher
Published: December 5, 2016
Genres: BDSM, Dark Erotica, Dark Romance, M/M Erotica
Pages: 188
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Stars: three-half-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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If Dark Romances that do not really include any romance but hard cores of BDSM are triggers for you or cannot read, this is definitely not the book for you. This novel has it all in the ways of the darker kinks like sex slaves, harsh punishments, and blood sports, etc.

What drew me to this book was really the cover and the blurb. I knew this was going to get dark based on the title and the cover, just didn’t realize how far it was going to go. Reading the first few chapters I could not connect with it and I almost did not finish it. The timeline was really off as well as the writing. But once Domingo enters the scene things take a turn for the worse in the best possible of ways.

I love dark romances as they bring human nature in all of its shades into the unforgiving light. Hugh was a hard character to like because he never took the blame for anything and always complained about everything. And I mean everything. He was never one to back down from a fight and he fights Domingo tooth and nail all the way.

Domingo is the quintessential Dom that everyone loves to hate. He molds Hugh beautifully until about half way through. Although, Domingo is creating a sex slave or “pet” instead of a submissive. Hugh holds onto his personality and ultimate goal- Shiloh.

There is so much drama, anger, hate, lust, passion, blood, sex, and murder that you cannot help but come back for more. Overall, it could have been better and I so hope we see Mr.Black in the rest of the series because the ending was perfectly depraved that leaves me begging for more!

I was gifted a copy of this novel from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review.

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