Devil’s Breath by Lang Johnson – Review by Jessica Stone
Devils breath is a book about Sera Dwari, brilliant chemist and assassin who has created a new drug called Devil’s Breath using her degree in chemistry. She’s cold and ruthless and will stop at nothing to make her criminal father proud and full-fill his wishes. That is until she meets her unknowing benefactor Cassius. Cassius Batista is a ruggedly Hansom billionaire from a small town in Wyoming, all he wants to do is live his life out in the world doing the things he enjoys, hiking, rock climbing, anything for some adrenaline. Unfortunately Sera has been hired by someone close to Cassius to kill him but as time goes on and she gets to know her next mark more and more, she’s starting to doubt she can kill him, or stop herself from falling in love with him…
Absolutely Terrific book! Brilliant writing! Positively in love with the character building from this author. The cold collected facade presented by Sera to everyone that covers up the sad girl underneath, who just wants to make her father proud and pay him back for the life he gave up for her.
On the flip side there’s Cassius who’s all out there from the get go, a honest up front guy with A plus qualities. But Cassius is not just some pretty, rich man, he’s smart and cautious, and that caution is telling him that there’s more going on then what Sera showing him and everyone else.
Lies, deception, love, family, betrayal, this book has it all to suck you in and keep you waiting and wondering what’s going to happen on the next page. A slow burn that builds up to a crescendo, shattering hearts and family’s.