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Deal with the Devil

The Forge Trilogy, Book 1
Written by: Meghan March
Narrated by: Joe Arden, Erin Mallon
Length: 5 hrs and 53 mins
5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

"You can put that man in a suit, but he'll never be tame." 

One look at Jericho Forge, and I knew the rumors were true. He was a predator, and he had set his sights on me.

I knew better than to bet more than I could afford to lose that night. I knew better than to bet myself. But desperation leads to bad decisions, and I thought there was no way I could lose. I was wrong.

Now I have no choice but to make a deal with the devil.

©2019 Meghan March (P)2019 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Joe’s voice is awesome

I enjoy Joe’s narration but the female narrator draws out her words too much!
Overall the series is great and the story keeps you guessing!

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  • T C
  • 2019-01-18

Good start but don’t care for the female narrator

Love this one but the female narrator is a bit hard to listen to with the way she drags her words dramatically. I thought I’d be used to her since she read the previous series but I can’t lbs

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  • Maribel
  • 2019-01-30

very intense

the storyline is great. it's hot and sexy. too many secrets. cliff hanger ending drove me nuts.

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  • LuluBelle
  • 2019-01-23

loved it

loved it! p.s. I dont know how people didnt get this was going to end on a cliffhanger it's called a trilogy for a reason.

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  • Cleta F.
  • 2019-03-27

Three Books should have been two at most

I love Meghan March's books but lately I feel cheated because her books are too short and you have to buy three books when there should have been two at the most.

Meghan, don't make me stop buying your books. I don't want to feel cheated by an author I love so much and want to read. You make enough you don't have to split the books up to 4 hour mini books.

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  • Virginia
  • 2019-01-16

Cliffhanger!

I hate cliffhangers! The author just tries to suck you in to get more money. The narrators did a great job, but just no thank you on the next book!

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  • bets
  • 2019-04-09

Narrating

I don’t care for Erin Mellon’s narrating. Almost didn’t finish because of it. I will watch for her name and try to stay away from her books.

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  • 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹
  • 2019-03-14

PERFECTION... I SAVORED EVERY SINGLE WORD

I’ve had two of the three books in the Forge trilogy in my Library for a wee while now - I was impatiently waiting for the final book.. so now that it’s been released, I pretty much binge-listened to them one after the other.. and, right from the start, I was hooked. Because this trilogy has everything I was crossing my fingers for.. sizzling chemistry, great banter, suspense, twists, tension, a sexy badass alpha billionaire, a feisty heroine, sex, tricky interactions, character growth, drama and angst. It’s a dual POV cat and mouse romance that was doomed before it ever got started.. however, at the end of their rollercoaster ride, you’re treated to a very sweet HEA. Once again Joe and Erin did an awesome job at bringing the characters and the action-packed drama to life.

Worth a credit? Yes I loved every minute.. and I wouldn’t change a single word.. even the angsty hard ones!

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  • Crystal M. Kethan
  • 2019-03-14

Erin Mallon keeps me from listening to the rest

Overdramatized narration from her but the worst is how she drags her rrrrrrr. Grated my every nerve! “Forge was a womanizerrrrrrrrrr....would he be be a good loverrrrrrrr...” ugh!
Joe Arden was great. Story was fun and building.

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  • QueenZany
  • 2019-01-16

OMFG! I’m so at a loss for words!!! WTF Meg

OMFG!! I’m so at a loss for words!!!
WTF Meghan??? I’m left with my mouth hanging wide open!!!
Shit, I can’t even process the what I just listened to!
So utterly amazing!!
Deal with the Devil is a sexy as hell, mind-altering must have!!!
I so need book two and three like now!!!!

Seriously it has to the best audiobook she has ever done!!!

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  • M Reyna
  • 2019-04-23

Could have been great, female narrator ruined the story

Love Megan March, love Joe Arden hate Erin Mallon. She has a horrible habit dragging the last word out on everything she says. Couldn't finish getting a refund. Will make a point to not buy audio books narrated by Erin Mallon.