The Devil’s Flower by Lisa Collicutt Review

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

The Devil’s Flower

Release Date: November 19


Killing isn’t exactly on Rosalie Lockwood’s list of things to do when she runs away from home. But despite her search for peace; guns and motorcycles become her latest fashion accessories as Divine interference leads her to Steele, co-leader of the Fallen Paladins motorcycle club.

Leathered and tattooed, Steele’s presence scares off most people he comes in contact with — but not Rosalie. She’s immediately drawn into the dangers of his biker world—and into his heart.

But Steele guards a secret that if Rosalie knew, could shatter their new love — along with destroy the human race. And the truth comes at a price.

Will Rosalie risks her soul to prove her loyalty to Steele?

The Dark and Light Realms collide as Rosalie chooses between life, death, and the ever-after to become that which she is fated to destroy.

Lisa is an amazing writer.  I started reading it and couldn’t put it down.  Rosalie and Steele’s relationship has its ups and downs with a few twists and turns added to it along the way that may or may not be considered to be typical to a normal type of relationship. Who you think is good or bad may not be what they seem to be in this one. I highly recommend it to those that love to read paranormal books with a bit of romance thrown in.


Author Bio

Lisa Collicutt

Lisa likes to write dark and twisted tales of magic and romance. She has a passion for Young Adult and New Adult Paranormal.

When she’s not conjuring tales about witches, demons, and other magical beings, she can be found leathered, and bound to the back of her husband’s Harley, touring her homeland of Nova Scotia, Canada.

Enter Lisa’s imagination where light ends and fantasy begins. But heed these warnings . . . it’s dark, it’s magical, you may experience tingles.

Her site is located here.

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4 thoughts on “The Devil’s Flower by Lisa Collicutt Review

  1. I’m so pleased to see Lisa’s book out! I remember reading bits of it on YALItChat – Lisa’s a wonderful person and talented writer. Great review! 🙂

  2. I just stumbled upon this review, and would like to say a big “thank you” for the kind comments 🙂 YaLitChat has helped me a lot in the beginnng, and I appriciate everything they do. I hope to have Redeemed (The Serendipitous Curse 3) out late spring/early summer, and The Demon’s Wrath (book 2 in The Eternal Beings Series) a few months later. Batter get back to writing. Have a lovely day 🙂

    1. Hi Lisa,
      You’re very welcome. I just finished reviewing Serendipitous Curse 2. Loved it. I look forward to reading Curse 3 and The Demon’s Wrath. 🙂

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