“Money isn’t an issue.”
“I’m not talking about money.”
Tate is on the hunt to find his best friend’s sister.
Eleven years ago, Lucia Dias was abducted. Presumed dead. He never met her, so why does he care?
Some might call his efforts noble, but his motivation is more perverse, bordering on obsession.
When he follows a chilling lead to Venezuela’s Kidnap Alley, what he finds is neither a corpse nor a captive.
Amid poisonous lies and crippling depravity, the price of love is devastation.
And he pays.
With his body, his blood, and her life.
Devastate is the fourth book in the Deliver series. It can be read as a stand alone however to feel it's full impact you should start with book one, Deliver. This story is a cacophony of torment. The ending was poignantly twisted. I found myself obsessed with Tiago Badell, the crime lord who specializes in kidnapping and it's not even his story. No, this is Tate Vades and Lucia Dias story of suicidal lovers.
After Camila Dias rescued Tate Vades from his captors, he joined Camila in her pursuit to abolish human sex trafficking. He was also in love with her but Camila belonged to another man. Tate didn't give up so easily. He decided to hunt for Camila's missing sister. It's been eleven years since Lucia was abducted and presumed dead. But with some assistance Tate discovers she's alive and involved with Tiago Badell, crime lord.
The story goes dark, very dark. Get ready, there's plenty of torment ahead. This book will get into your head. Tate and Lucia suffer the wrath of a madman. Tiago is a puppeteer, controlling Tate and Lucia's devastation. This book is twisted to the highest level. 5 Stars