This is the story of the devil's son, Ash. The new girl in school is trying to be an 'invisible'. At Falcondell High School that's the only way to be. If you let anyone see how pretty you are, you are the enemy. The 'Cool' kids run the school and the leader is Ash.
He returns home after visiting his father. His old girlfriend thinks that it's going to be like old times, if it isn't she's going to have to hurt someone. She thinks Ash is hers and no one will take him away. When Ash meets Grace, he knows there is something about her that he's attracted to but can't figure it out.
Grace has moved around most of her life. She has a secret and it needs to be kept a secret. She moves in with her Aunt and cousin Gabe. She soon finds new friends and is starting to enjoy her normal life. Then she meets Ash. She can't figure out what it is about him but she is drawn to him. Everyone she meets tells her to stay away from him but she can't help herself. Even with everyone telling her he's evil, she sees the good in him.
Again, I really enjoyed this story. I will try to keep reading this series as the idea of it fascinates me. Again, in this book there are some proofreading issues and I had to downgrade a star. :(
If you love a High School Romance with a twist then check this out.Ash Knight is the local bad boy and leader of the most feared gang in town. I was warned to stay away but someone should have told him that.
They don't know that I have my own reasons to keep clear. If my secret came out then there would be hell to pay.
Falcondell High is the first book in The Devil's Children series.
It is a standalone novel of over 60,000 words.
Should you enjoy the story the other books in the series are only 99c and currently free on Kindle Unlimited for a limited time only.
The Devil's Children is as its name suggests.
Four bad boys and three wild girls all with a story to tell.
Heading up the family is the Devil himself - Devlin Knight.
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The rest of the family in order of publication.