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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
India, David, And the Devil by Michelee Morgan Cabot is an exciting psychological thriller that has mystery, romance, and adventure woven into the plot. India was on the cusp of that dangerous age and her beauty went well with her ripe body, enhancing the intrigue of her name. She was a happy person to be around, and she was a dreamer and an adventurer. Things take a different turn when she walks into Valley Soaring Club and takes a demo flight with David Ridgeway. India is looking for work as she wants to make enough money to support her lessons, which were arranged for Saturdays and Sundays for the next two months. She picks up a job in a pharmacy and one day there is a break-in at the pharmacy. Tension builds up and, as the story progresses, readers also get to see a young woman’s adventures and the choices she makes in her life.
The story will take readers on an exciting ride along with India, David, the planes, and the gliders. There is a lot of curiosity and tension as the story progresses and readers get to see the dark side of the plot and Mark Brissante. The narration is descriptive, making the scenes vivid and palpable as the author also puts some of her personal experiences into the plot. What makes the story interesting is the combination of light and dark elements, and how the author weaves them in together, making it a compelling story. With all the romance, mystery, and flying, readers will not experience a single dull moment while reading this book.