Dueling Devils is a series involving a motorcycle club called the Dueling Devils. The hero is Demon, the President of the Club. Demon, for some reason, always has a chip on his shoulder. Anyway, Demon barters some poor, dumb guy who owes him a favor for his daughter, Ardie. Ardie’s job would be to provide daycare/babysitting for his two biracial children. She willingly goes (of course) off into the unknown on the back of a dusty motorcycle.
Ardie is a natural at the “mom thing” and the kids love her. Due to that and the fact Demon prefers voluptuous, black women, he falls in love with her. In a way, Demon takes advantage of young Ardie, and they have good sex. I thought the sex scenes were decent. However, I hated how Demon always had to leave town right after to tend to “motorcycle business” – whatever that was. No wonder his ex (another black woman) did drugs and left him with two kids. In fact, Ardie gets into a physical fight with the ex-wife at some point. I guess I just don’t like dusty, rusty motorcycle guys, but I didn’t find Demon that hot.
All in all, there was no “fighting” for love, which was a total let down for me. So, eventually with all of this sex, Ardie gets pregnant because Demon, the weirdo he is, doesn’t use protection with the “I’ll pull out” line. So now, Ardie, the little fool that she is, is further attached to Demon. Nevertheless, they both seem happy and plan to marry.
However this rough chick/diva named Gia shows up in need of protection. Demon and his buddy, Lefty, used to have an unholy threesome thing with her in the past. Demon clearly loves Ardie and makes that known quite aggressively to Gia and everyone else. Nevertheless, Lefty really wants to make this Gia woman his wife. However, Gia’s got some serious physical/sexual/ emotional issues that she needs to deal with. So this was another love story in the series which could have stood alone, in my opinion, but character development would have to be better with Lefty.
In conclusion, I found that this series had a lot of things having nothing to do with the love story going on. It made it slightly hard to follow. The main hero, Demon, was certainly alpha, but not one that I’d like to meet. Ardie was an annoying heroine because she did nothing but care for some other woman’s kids and provide sex to a dirty biker.
-Reviewed by Pamela
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