Damon West is a 28-year old living in New York City. His life appears to be perfect. He has a loving girlfriend, good friends, lots of money, and a job on Wall Street, everything a young man could ask for.
However, Damon has a secret. Damon is the devil.
For centuries, Damon has roamed the Earth enjoying everything the human world has to offer. Sex, entertainment, travel, new discoveries, and more sex. Damon's life appears to be perfect but takes an unexpected turn when he meets a co-worker, Latasha Holmes.
Damon is suddenly submerged in a spiraling obsession with Latasha that he can't control. She plays him for the fool. For all his charms, Damon is unable to deal with those emotions. Is it love, or is it obsession?
Whilst Damon's world starts to spiral out of control, we start to question who Latasha Holmes really is. Is she aware of her actions? Was this all part of a higher plan? Has she been conspiring with the suspicious new boss, Jason Godfrey?
In The Devil in I, Damon faces the ultimate battle to hold on to everything he has: his job, his reputation, his girlfriend, and his life.
The Devil in I is part American Psycho, Cruel Intentions, and The Devil's Advocate. This fast paced, sexy, modern-day thriller is the ultimate story of good versus evil and unrequited love. Based in New York City, The Devil in I is not for the faint of heart.
The story started well and I was hoping for a climatic Twist at the end which never came.
I didn't love it. It was mediocre, a bit sophomoric. The narrator was good, his voice was smooth and very sexy. I struggled to finish it. I found it difficult to believe that The Devil has been on the earth for 6,000 years and he's working for someone else. And being the epitome of evil, older than man and he can't find a more interesting way to murder people. I mean stabbing; really. The conversations were on a high school level and it was quite boring. Waste of time!
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