BOOK REVIEW: Deviant (Blood & Roses #1) by Callie Hart




I’m not proud of the things I’ve done.
The things I’ve had to do.
The things I’ve given away.
but I’d give it all over again to find her.

Even if i die trying,
I have to find Alexis.


She wants me to help her,
But I won’t.
She wants me to save her sister,
But I can’t.
She wants me to be her hero,
But I’m not a good man.

I am her damnation.




*Please be aware that this is a Dark Romance novel and deals with serious themes, including violence and murder*

This story is the first part in a series, each approx. 30-40k words in length.

One word… INTENSE!

OH.MY.GAWD! I went into Deviant not knowing what to expect. My book besties were bragging about “Zeth and Sloane this…Zeth and Sloane that”, so of course I had to read it…right? ;) I was NOT DISAPPOINTED!

He wants me to beg…I’ll beg. He wants me to plead…I will.
“Zeth…”the words are like an omen, a bell tolling, sealing my fate.
“I want you. Just you. Please…make me yours.”

I found myself completely sucked into Sloane and Seth’s world and wondered what would happen next. I could not put this book down and am so thankful book 2 is out!









Callie Hart is the author of the Deviant series. The first book, Deviant, titled after the series, was released in February 2014, and the following instalment, Fracture, is set to be released  on April 7 2014.

Callie has experienced many changes throughout her life, and gone through many ups and downs that have all worked towards shaping and moulding her into the person she is today: fun loving, active, social, and hard working. The only thing that has remained a constant throughout her life is writing. Creating characters who will tear your conscience in two is a favorite pastime of Callie’s. There are few real saints and sinners in her books; more often, the denizens of her stories are all very human. Broken, flawed, and always with the potential for redemption.

Despite the subject matter being markedly hot and heavy in comparison to the stories she wrote in elementary school, there will always be an element of fairytale to her work.


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