The Devils Daughter

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Summary

Book #1 in The Devil Trilogy. A thrilling story between an alpha and a rogue. Read and follow all the twists and turns that this story holds. Austin Roman. A 25 year old Alpha with no mate and some serious anger issues. After searching for his mate since he was 18, he finally gave up after seven years, becoming bitter and angry. He hated seeing happy couples and mates walking around so he turned on his own pack. Created very strict rules and if one was broken, you'd be tossed in the cells for weeks...or worse. Celeste Middleton. A 22 year old rogue who hates packs and mate's. Just like every other rogue in the world, she's not the most sane person in the group, but she's one of the few with morals. After her parents abandoned her, she had to learn the more vicious ways of a rogue, becoming the crazy midget every rogue feared.

Status:
Complete
Chapters:
45
Rating:
4.7 49 reviews
Age Rating:
18+

Prologue

Celeste

Death. A common thing I’ve witnessed over the years of being alone. The first time I ever saw someone die was when I was eight. The first time I actually had to kill another? I was ten.

Being a rogue had never been simple for me. I was born into it, but my parents were forced into it. I remember my mom telling me stories from when she was in her old pack. She was the Luna, even though she was human.

Her Alpha had apparently never found his mate, so he chose her. He marked her and mated with her, tried desperately to make an heir with her, too. Then one day my father came along; her mate. They had an affair and had me. The Alpha found out I wasn’t his and banished them both from the pack when she was three months pregnant.

The years I actually knew my parents, they always blamed me for how their lives turned out. Said they should’ve gotten rid of me before anyone else could find out. Like, come on, it’s not the kids fault you got horny one night.

Finally, they had enough of the curse of a child brought onto them and ditched me far away from home at the good old age of seven.

I was confused, scared, and alone. I kept telling myself that it wasn’t real; that they’d be back for me. That hope quickly died out after the first couple of months when my first shift came, and I suffered alone.

That was my first near death experience.

I became a pro at hunting by the age of thirteen and when I hit sixteen, no one dared to challenge me. All the rogues knew who I was just by the dusty and scarred grey fur on my back.

That’s how I survived. By making everyone fear me and I liked it. I was alone and I didn’t have to depend on anyone. Nobody was with me to get in my way either. The only person I had to worry about, was myself.

One thing my rogue “friends” find strange though, I don’t kill innocent people like the rest. Though I am the craziest out of all of them, I still know right from wrong.

Austin

Love. Something I’ve never known. I see all these happy people in my pack with their mates and it just makes me mad. All I’ve ever dreamed about was my life with my mate. How I’d treat her like a queen, giving her whatever her heart desired.

I used to be happy seeing my pack members with their mates, but after seven years of trying to find your other half, you tend to grow a little bitter.

I started enforcing laws about public displays of affection. Meaning it’s not allowed. I became strict, tearing apart packs in search for my soulmate. I ended up becoming the most feared Alpha in the process.

Truth be told, I’m on the edge of giving up. I wasn’t even able to save myself long enough to meet my mate so would she even want me if I did find her?

Probably not.

Goddess, please help me.

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Nikki Tromble: I love the structure and fluency of the writing. The competent vernacular is surprisingly justified throughout the story. I felt a wide range of emotion well reading which is testament to how wonderfully this novel incorporates many attributes.

MobBossBobRoss: The perspective of the first chapter is a bit confusing to me and feels kind of mechanical, but after that it's a very gripping read! I greatly enjoy the songs and all the details about what the mother has done to hide the protagonist's true identity from her. Keep up the good work!

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