Review: Savannah: The Devil’s Daughter

Savannah: The Devil's Daughter Savannah: The Devil’s Daughter by S J Crabb
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Savannah Knight has it all, and she is your stereotypical “mean” girl. She has the popularity, the wealth, and she can get any guy she wants. All that changes when she and her twin sister upset their father, and he is someone you don’t want to upset. Whisked away from all the she knows it’s up to Savannah to decide what she is really doing with her life and for the first time be her own person. Not long after arriving at college and meeting her roommate Savannah comes up with a plan that will help them both in starting their new lives.

This book is part of a series about the Devil’s children, but can also be read as a stand alone novel. I have not read any of the others, but I found this one easy to follow and quite entertaining. Savannah became a very likeable character, although it would be interesting to see her twin sister’s story as well. I do think this book could go through one more edit as I saw a lot of punctuation errors (specifically quotation marks in the wrong places). Other than that this was an enjoyable and quick read and I gave it 3 our of 5 stars and I am interested in reading more about the Devil’s children.

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