Katie wants to invest her heart and soul in love, but she may lose both to Hell.
Katie, a senior in high school, is torn between loving the “good” guy, her childhood friend Wes who makes promises he doesn’t keep and abandons her when she needs him the most, and the “bad” guy, the new kid at school Josh who is also a real demon from Hell. Katie wants someone who pays attention to her and puts her first, but what is she willing to give up to find him?
I was giving this book in exchange for a honest review.
Katie needs to choose, good or evil and believe me it’s not as easy as you would think.
This book has given me some mixed feelings. Let’s start with the good. Overall, this story is interesting and gets you hooked. IF you can stand the main character, Katie, which I couldn’t. She was a whiny, selfish shallow person. The overall writing was pretty good and has the biggest cliffhanger ever too.
As Katie struggles with her feelings towards both boys, she also senses that there is a blackness in her soul. Can she change her destiny?…..
The writing was really well done, and it was smooth. Not to mention that it portrayed the struggle between good and evil as difficult. Many times the main characters almost seem to find it easy to choose the side of good or the good guy. But it was clear that Katie wasn’t exactly happy with the good guys and she had reason not to be. It was an interesting dilemma, and I liked the difficulty that it was treated as.
For the most part, this is an enjoyable story. Though, Katie’s indecision got old really quick. Make a decision and live with it. This is book one of a series. If you are a fan of love triangles, I think you’ll enjoy this good vs evil story. The Appeal of Evil is suitable for ages 13+. There is some violence, rather graphic at times, and some coarse language.