Review: The Devil’s Plaything by Dani René

Length: 260 pages

Published: March 26, 2020

Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

A brand new dark mafia romance from USA Today Bestselling Author, Dani René.

Victor Cordero is the devil.

Cruel. Sadistic. Heartless.

Sofía Montero is an angel.

Beautiful. Sweet. Intoxicating.

My father stole from him, but papá was stupid.

He got caught, and now I’m in trouble.

She’s my payment. My plaything.

Too innocent for my games, but it doesn’t stop me.

The man I’ve hated all my life has come for me.

His threats are meant to break me, but I’m stronger than I look.

She spits her hate at me, but she revels in our game.

Her strength makes me want to see her break.

I’m merely a plaything for the devil himself.

Owned by the most dangerous man in Colombia.

I promised to release her once she’s paid her dues.

But you should never make a deal with the devil.

I will make him feel.

And when that day comes, he’ll break for me.

My thoughts 💭

This book gave me mixed feelings. Sofia’s taken as payment since her father was stealing from Victor. Victor starts to realize he has feelings for his spirited captive. Their feelings didn’t flow well to me. She started off as a strong young woman but idk what happened. One second she craves the darkness a man like him can offer, then she hates him, then she’s shy (maybe because of her age?🤷🏾‍♀️) with him and then she loves him. With Victor he was sort of hot and cold then he loves her and since he’s the king of Columbia I would think he wouldn’t discard a woman who he thinks betrayed him but punish her himself after gathering more info…It was an okay read for me. I liked their happy ever after.

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