Review: The Divine Devils by R. Weir

☆☆➹⁀☆ 4 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆

About the Book:

Two teenage siblings in peril.
A mysterious group with an agenda to abduct them.
The mother Paige Hawkins reaching into her past seeking divine intervention.

The call going out to former US Marshal, Hunter Divine. An erstwhile lover who broke Paige’s heart. A man whose current existence is leaping from job to job and bed to bed. Hunter taking the case hoping for salvation in his futile life.

Can Hunter and his team prevent the kidnapping by an enemy with vast resources? The foe’s endgame to leverage these kids for their own vengeful desires. Hunter and his team toeing the line between virtue and vile. Drawing on wit, brawn, halos and pitchforks the ‘Divine Devils’ will scorch the earth to protect these kids. Even if it costs them…their eternal souls!



My Thoughts:

R. Weir’s The Divine Devils features a new hero, Hunter Divine.  He is so different from Mr. Weir’s Jarvis Mann, and the writing style is different as well.  Mr. Weir’s talent is evident in his ability to change up the genre and style of his stories.

Hunter Divine is cool and successful.  Hunter is confident, he gets the ladies, and he gets his perp.  I loved that Hunter Divine’s team is multi-racial and multi-gender.  Mr. Weir uses an interesting layout to introduce his characters and give his readers the characters’ backstory.

The plot is complex and involved. The characters and their motives are interesting. The pace of the story is intense from start to finish.  Mr. Weir provides ample descriptive detail so that I felt that I was present with the characters.  The Divine Devils was easy to get lost in.  I am hoping to get more of Hunter Divine!

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