/ Arc Review / Malady (Deviant Games Book 2) / Natalie Bennett / Rlease Blitz / – Beckie Bookworm

Series: Deviant Games Book 2 Genre: Dark Romantic Suspense Release Date: February 24, 2020

Let’s play a game… Words can be powerful things, and those four just granted me a golden ticket straight to hell. Two beautifully deranged boys have decided I’m their next acquisition. To make things fair they give me a chance to save myself. All I have to do is beat them at a few games of their choice. Seems simple until you account for the bloodied twist they each have. They say in all chaos there’s calculation. For my sake I hope that’s true because if we’re going to play, I’m playing to win. Malady is a complete novel. There’s no cliffhanger, but it must be read after Crucible.


Malady by Natalie Bennett

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This is a continuation of the story that started in Crucible. It was a trifle short in length and I would have prefered it a tad longer and thought it seemed slightly rushed but I did enjoy it. I do think the two parts would be better served as one complete story rather than split like it is. So this was different and unique also bloody brutal and unpolitical psychotic just how I like it. Its told from all three POV’s Jace, Kaiden, Rae and it’s action-packed from start to finish. Beginning where we left off previously its now time to play a game. If you want to join this nut-job family and the boys want Rae as there own there are rules and traditions to follow, it’s literally do or die. An interesting conclusion and introduction to another unusual family.

I voluntary reviewed a copy of Malady (Deviant Games Book 2).

With a penchant for (writing) villainous immoral men, and a tendency to deviate away from traditional happily ever afters, Natalie Bennett is an international bestselling author of twisted and unconventional love stories. When she’s not slaying words she’s somewhere in the sunshine state, happily taking life one curve-ball at a time.



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