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The Devil's Orchard by Ali Vali
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The Devil's Orchard

by Ali Vali

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In book five of the Casey Family series, Cain and Emma are planning a wedding before the birth of their third child. Cain has done everything possible to protect her family and get their lives back to normal. Cain is strengthening her partnership with the Jatibons and Carlotti families, as well as trying to help her cousin Muriel heal from FBI agent Shelby Phillips's betrayal.But nothing can distract her from hunting Juan Luis down to make him pay for trying to take Emma from her. That is the most pressing problem to be dealt with before she can truly enjoy the life and family she and Emma have together. Those plans are derailed with the arrival of someone who not only challenges her place as her father, Dalton's heir, but also her belief and loyalty to the man who raised her.… (more)

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Okay, the beginning was funny because along with Cain's reaction, I thought the scene was real. In fact, this continuation has more humor than the other stories. You've got to hand it to Cain, the woman is smooth. Like I said before, she needs her own theme song. What crime boss gifts the FBI with loops of songs such as Willy Wonka's "Oompa Loompa," "It's a Small World," and the theme song to Bonanza. What's next, The Brady Bunch? And who knew Lou was such a teddy-bear? On another note, I was hoping, however, Juan would receive a Danny-esque style revenge, but ketchup, fire, and a bullet works too. ( )
  Warmus | Oct 12, 2019 |
"The Devil's Orchard" continues the story of Cain Casey, her family, friends and growing list of watchers. While the start of the book is slower than the other novels of the series, the latter half of the book quickly picks up the pace throwing you right back into the familiar cunning of that Irish mobster whose story has now captivated us for five good tales. More about family and the consequences of actions than anything else, "The Devil's Orchard" is a good read and will leave you impatiently waiting for what comes next. ( )
  FantumGrey | Jul 3, 2013 |
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You couldn't run forever. Derby Cain Casey has waited months to say those four simple words, and Juan Luis's expression when she'd found him had been total disbelief.
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