Ali Vali has fast become one of my favorite authors. I love her Devil series and have fallen in love with Cain and her clan from the very first book. Cain Casey is a mob boss that the FBI have been wanting to get for a while now, but they can’t because she's just that good. Cain is smart and always looks ahead to the next move, she plans things out. The only time people would consider her doing something reckless is when her family is in danger.
"In the Devil's’ Due" Cain takes care of some past enemies and some new one’s as well. We get to meet some new characters and old from previous books. I loved that I got to know a little more about Finley and was a little surprised at Cain’s reaction when a situation arose with Judice. Remi is standing strong with Dallas and Muriel gets another chance at romance. Shelby is dealing with the aftermath of her parents and going through the fact that she screwed up big time when it came to Muriel.
I loved this book, it kept my attention and I could not put it down. I was very excited when I opened my kindle and saw it there, I read it within a couple hours. Cain Casey is the kind of person you aspire to be even though some consider her a criminal. She’s loyal, very protective of those she loves, honorable, big on preserving her family legacy and loves her family greatly. "The Devil’s Due" is a book I highly recommend and well worth the wait we all suffered through. I cannot wait for the next book in the series to come out.
In the sixth book of the Devil Series, Cain and Emma are now married and have returned to a Katrina-ravaged New Orleans to await the birth of their third child. Cain’s wedding gift to Emma was peace of mind with the death of Juan Luis and his mother, but Anthony Curtis is still a threat who has disappeared as effectively as the Luis family once did. The Casey alliance with the Jatibon and Carlotti families is strong, but there are new and old enemies, as well as the ever-present FBI that are working to bring Cain down.
All this weighs on Cain as she tries to come to terms with the addition to her family she never thought was possible. A daughter her father never knew about means a sister Cain now knows exists, and must now come to terms with.