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Review: Devil’s Cut is the final installment in the Bourbon Kings series by J.R.Ward. The family saga comes to an end but not without giving us a first row glimpse into the lies, deceits, & vengeance filled family drama.
As the story continues and we return to the drama that is the Bradford family. Lane has been left with the mess after his father murder. While he isn’t considered a suspect, suspicion and mistrust reins in and around the Bradford family. Lane & the others can’t help but wonder and question the truth behind their father’s death.
As the family continues to struggle financially, and Lane tries to find a solution that will save his family fortune and maintain his family legacy, Lane can’t help but fall back into Lizzie’s arms for support, love and peace. While things between him and Lizzie keeps getting stronger, the family burden makes him question if all the struggles and the lies that seem to plague his family is worth keeping the company alive.
Ward does a fantastic job moving from one character to another without breaking the flow, she smoothly exposes these characters struggles without taking away the essence of their struggles and without making it less or more important than others in the series. I found myself enthralled with the complexity of this story.
As the story develops, readers get to witness timeless love stories between these characters. No one stronger than the other, or less intense. Their connection surpass personal gain and at the end personal sacrifices shows these characters true self.
I enjoyed this series greatly, from book one we are treated with a wonderful story that explores the dysfunction that exist in families of old money. While Ward explores each and every one of these characters demons, she also beautifully exposes their vulnerabilities in a way that elevates these characters true worth and in terms the reader get to experience their emotions, suffering and victories.
Devil’s Cut is the closing act to a fantastic family saga, Edward, Gin, Samuel, Lane & Lizzie all suffer their own personal hell but Ward managed to entwine their story without taking away the character’s essence and level of importance. I loved everything this story and the series offered.
Do I recommend this book? YES YES YES!
Can’t wait to read it? Buy the series NOW!