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Review: Way Down Below - Nicole Thorn and Sarah Hall



Way Down Below (Way Down Below Series Book 1)


Review: Way Down Below - Book #1 Way Down Below Series - Nicole Thorn and Sarah Hall - November 2016

I wasn't too sure what to expect with this particular book as what had grabbed me was the cover, it is a particularly interesting artistic cover. The book started with the introduction of Luc and his twin sisters chasing down the destruction that their brother Donald had caused. We learn that Luc and his siblings are all half-siblings that share the same father - Lucifer. On the other side of the spectrum, we have Shiloh and Faith who have been brought up in very conservative and straight-laced Christian homes. They have been raised to follow the rules and have the beliefs that woman are to obey men and are vessels for raising children. One thing leads to another and Shiloh, and Faith meet Luc and his twin sisters Blanche and Blair. Over time Faith starts to change and develops feelings for Blanche and Blair - so much that she goes full-on changing and chucks everything she ever knew out the window as with Blanche and Blair by her side, Faith is finally free from her caged existence. Shiloh, however, is still reluctant to let go of her family and what she has been taught. So much that she has even endured horrible dates with Christian whom her father wants her to marry. Eventually, though Shiloh starts to let go of her family's reins especially after her last interaction left her physically abused by her father. But will it be fast enough as Luc has troubles on his side as Donald is getting more powerful and will stop at nothing to have Luc killed and destroyed? In a way, I found that I related to this book as my family upbringing was similar to Shiloh's but not in the extremes of hers though.  I am now looking forward to reading the next two books in this series.


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