A man ends up on death row, awaiting his execution by lethal injection, all because of Devia.
Devia could be called ‘a devil woman.’ She’s looking for a man she can manipulate and control.
What she wants, she gets.
She wants Julian and she’ll not think twice about killing anyone that stands in her way. The fact that he is already married means nothing to her.
You had better hope she doesn’t want your husband. Or you.
A novel filled with twisted lies, deceit, passion, anger and the ultimate betrayal of trust.
IMPORTANT: This novel is for 18+ readers only. Contains graphic sexual scenes.
What others are saying:
Dancing with Devia it is one crazy good book. Jullian never even realizes that one innocent meeting with a woman named Devia at a car show had the potential to send him and his life on a whirlwind of unpredictable circumstances with horrible consequences. ~ goodreads review
What a fantastic read! I loved every minute of this book
Devia – devious, dastardly and bloody brilliant at the same time. Julian has no idea what has hit him when a one chance meeting with Devia whilst at a Antique Car Museum, manages to turn his life upside down.
This is full of twists and so engrossing that I couldn’t put it down! The ending … Wow even I am t left thinking who is it really?
Brilliant book and I am loving Viveca Benoir, can’t wait to read more from her. ~ goodreads review
Well damn! That was insanely amazing! Poor Julian had no idea what he got himself into with Devia. Completely, twisted & kick ass is this read! I couldn’t put it down from the go! A MUST READ!! ~ Goodreads review
About The Author
Born to British Army parents, Viveca grew up in Europe and speaks six European languages fluently, which basically means she can buy food wherever she goes. Married, with two biological children, plus four adopted children. Now, years later, the kids all grown up, she is an international best selling author, writing a variety of genres. Her hobbies, when not writing, include sailing, flying, ski-ing, fencing, dressage, and playing the cello.
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