Murphy Wallace is back and she’s bringing one hell of a book. Despite its above-average size, I raced my way through Injustice and Absolution, the book dragging so many emotions out of me along the way. The book is separated into three parts, the first showing how Royce and Delilah originally came to develop feelings for one another. This section of the book is mainly […]
Murphy Wallace is an International Bestselling Author with works in several different genres, but mostly in Dark Romantic Suspense.
Her heroines are caring, strong, and independent and will protect their loved ones with everything they have. Her Heroes? They can’t get enough of their ladies! They embrace their wild love and sassy attitudes and if you even think about crossing them, they won’t hesitate to deliver dangerous retribution.
When Murphy is not writing or getting in touch with her inner child at Disney World, she enjoys reading, coloring, and spending time with family.
She currently resides in a small Eastern Florida town with her husband, who doubles as her best friend, and their two boys.
She has a cat named Maisy who is her constant writing partner.
I’ll be honest, this boxset has been sitting on my Kindle for over a year and I’ve never gotten around to reading it. It was one of those ones that I knew I wanted to pick it up, but deadlines and other dramas always got in the way. Now I’ve read it, I don’t know why I waited so long because it’s a gripping story
The Devil’s Promise – My Review The Devil’s Promise takes place a month after the conclusion of The Devil’s Redemption. Sasha is still suffering in the aftermath of her abduction and both she and Blade are keeping secrets from each other. Over the course of five chapters, Murphy Wallace shows us how important communication is in a relationship, and how easily secrets and misunderstandings can
You know how some books have trigger warnings that they’re never going to live up to? The Devil’s Redemption is not one of those books. By the end of the first four chapters, Murphy Wallace has so graphically justified those warnings that you begin to wonder if Sasha can ever come back from such a traumatic experience. Lesser women wouldn’t. In fact, I was curious
You know those characters that you immediately take a liking to because they’re completely relatable and manage to say all the things that you’d keep inside your head? Well, Sasha is definitely one of those. I love her combination of sass and attitude coupled with her vulnerability and a healthy dose of fear. I also admire her ability to stand up for what she believes