Beta Issue 22

December 14, 2015

Review of The Devil’s Flower by Lisa Collicutt

by Katie Rose Guest Pryal       Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars      

A fast-paced book that will appeal to paranormal and motorcycle fans… When we first meet eighteen-year-old Rosalie Lockwood, her BMW has run out of gas on a Colorado highway and her cell phone battery is dead. She is on the run from her sexually abusive stepfather. When she gets out of her car in high heels and a fancy dress, a bear chases her into the forest and onto a back road just as a motorcycle stops in front of her. The rider tells her to get on. She ignores the “warning bells” in her head (note: this won’t be the first time she does this) and rides off with him.


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