Monday, 18 July 2016

The Devil's Own by Alix Nichols Tour!

So for the past few days, the wonderful Alix Nichols has been on tour for her latest book, The Devil's Own Chloe and it's finally our turn to get a tasty slice of all the exciting action. *doing a little victory dance, aka twerking*
So, while am physically demonstrating my delight at this particularly uplifting piece of news, am going to keep typing to let you wonderful Literatis, know what's in store for you today. Smile guys, it's almost like christmas. So a couple of days ago, the delightful ladies at, sent me a copy of the book on the condition that I share my review with you guys. That will be coming up shortly. Plus, there's even a juicy giveaway up for grabs. I told you. It's almost like christmas! Anyway, enough talk, time for the business of the day. Excited already? Bet you are!

Promo Tour: The Devil's Own Chloe by Alix Nichols

Title: The Devil's Own Chloe
Author: Alix Nichols
Genre: Chick Lit/Romantic Comedy
FREE: July 16-18

About the Book

The Devil's Own Chloe is a feel-good romance that tackles some big issues and delivers a shy-guy hero you won't want to forget!

Young Parisian architect Chloe Germain hires childhood friend Hugo Bonnet as a builder. Lethally toxic to loved ones, Chloe keeps them at arm's length to protect them.

Or so she thinks.

Patient and strong, Hugo prides himself on being able to fix anything. Trouble is, he's never tried repairing a chasm in someone's soul before. 

Will his love save Chloe or will fixing her leave him broken
Whats on the Cover: Chloe is an architect, so that expkain that oh-so stylish suit and the shoes,  but of which am just dying to steal. And who knew it was humanly possible to look so insanely hot in devil horns?
My Review: While reading this book, I quickly discovered that it would take almost super human powers to not fall in love with little Miss Lucifer-spewed-me-forth from his loins aka Chloe Germain. I mean, first of all, the girl lives in Paris which automatically helps anyone score like, 250 points on  Chiomaah's Personal Coolness Chart, then she's an architect (I need one for my new house. A girl can dream).  She's snazzy, funny and vivacious. What's not to love?. Seriously, I see young girls (and 

guys), all over the world helplessly falling in love with her. She just seems like someone you'd want to 
have as a girlfriend. But then, it's not hard to see that if you carefully peel off the thin layer of fun she's coated herself with, you'd find a thicker not-so fun layer caused by all the tragedies the poor girl has had to endure. Makes you want to make the world better for her. You know, wipe away an invincible tear from her cheek. Invincible because the devil's spurn herself would rather gauge out her own ryes with a three-pronged fork than let you see it.
And of course I was glad that she finally got her happy ending or that Alix Nichols would have had it with me.
But seriously, very few authors  possess the ability to make a book both sombre and funny the way Alix Nichols has done with this one and I love her for it. 
The book was a wonderfully delightful read and I think girls all iver the world will want to read this book and pass it on to their girlfriends.
Rating: πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹πŸ’‹
Oh yes, the giveaway. I almost forgot. Kindly see the side of this blog for all the details and I really hope you had as much fun as I've had on this stop of the tour. We love you Alix, please come again soon, ok?

About the Author

Alix Nichols is an unapologetic caffeine addict and aand Dante Rossetti Award winning author of critically acclaimed romantic comedies. At the age of six, she released her first rom com.featured highly creative spelling on a dozen pages stitched together and bound in velvet paper. Decades later, she still loves the romance genre. Her spelling has improved (somewhat), and her books have made Amazon bestseller lists, climbing as high as #1. She lives in France with her family and their almost-human dog. **For exclusive content, giveaways and special offers, including a bonus book, subscribe to the monthly newsletter on her author website: