Review: Full of The Devil

FullDevilFull of the Devil (Days of New, #2)
by Meg Collett

Set in the same world as the bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic stand-alone serial spin-off, Days of New.

As an angel from the Throne choir, Camille knows war. It’s what she was created for. She’s captured and killed and conquered. She’s been on the frontlines of every angel battle ever fought since the creation of man. And she has the surly attitude to prove it.

But she’s never been in love before. What she feels for Clark is her greatest weakness, and she fears it’ll be her ultimate ruin. Because to love Clark is to stand in the shadow of the greatest angel ever made: Michaela, the Angel of Death. Camille highly doubts there is any room left in Clark’s heart for her.

Love hurts, and Camille is used to killing whatever tries to hurt her. Or looks at her funny.

Clark St. James has problems—problems that have landed him in jail with the most unlikely of…roommates. It’s not good timing all around. The Descendants of Enoch’s precious order is collapsing from the lack of leadership. The Nephilim are in disorganized shambles. And the refugees are panicking. It’s chaos. And Clark can’t do a damn thing about it.

But you better believe that Camille sure as hell will.

my review★★★★★: Awesome!!! I really loved this book! (Highly recommended)

There’s a demon inside Clark and he can’t escape from it. Nope, I’m not talking metaphorically. There really is a demon inside my favorite pink haired Nephil. Clark is possessed. And that demon messes with his head, heart and body.

He’s been framed, accused, caught, and now, imprisoned, inside and out. All he has left is hope. Hope for Michaela to find him. Hope for Camille to rescue him. And yes, there’s that exorcism, too! An exorcism that would rid him of the demon, but might just cost his own life, too.

Camille is a Throne Angel, a warrior angel. She’s got the scars to prove the battles she fought. She’s fierce, brave, fiesty. But Camille knows she will always come in second to Michaela. She will forever dwell in her shadows, always be the second best, always will be the second choice. Her feelings for Clark is strong and she has never felt that way ever before. Is Clark worth taking a chance for love?

Questions, questions, questions. There’s so many questions that need answers and this second book in the Days of New series provides some of the answers I’ve been searching for. If I had to sum up this book in one word, it would be: Fun-freaking-tastic! Finally, I get to learn more about Camille. Finally, I understand her frustrations and insecurities. Finally, I get to see the real her. Finally, Camille proves her worth. But up to what extent?

Oh my gosh, this sequel is amazing and Camille is one kick-@ss angel. I think I got lost in her world. She deserved the spotlight she’s on, now that the Nephilim and Descendants lost their leaders. It’s nice seeing Gabriel again, extending his presence to Clark. Lucifer, the ever cunning black-winged angel, as usual, made Clark’s life a living hell, just so he could get his magic. So far, fighting a demon-possessed Clark was the highlight of my reading. Meg Collett sure rocks this whole angel scene. I love what she’s done with Clark & Camille. Now I can’t wait to see what happens next in Book 3. Eeeep!


M E G   C O L L E T T

Meg Collett lives deep in the hills of Tennessee where the cell phone service is a blessing and the Internet is a myth of epic proportions. She is the mother of one giant horse named Elle and three dogs named Wylla, Mandy, and Drax the Destroyer. Her husband is a saint for putting up with her ragtag life. Her paranormal romance series, End of Days, is currently available in its entirety. Fakers, a contemporary romance, is also available.

Check out her website at and connect with her on Twitter @collettmeg

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