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When Ana takes off flying across the high school stage, her life is forever changed.

Searching for answers, Ana meets Gabrielle, her mentor. Gabrielle teaches Ana that she’s an angel and is here on Earth to help prepare for a war between good and evil.

The only problem? Ana can’t always tell who’s good and who’s evil.

While she’s learning, Ana meets the man of her dreams,...more
Kindle Edition, 275 pages
Published (first published April 25th 2011)
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Emily Dingman
Devil.May.Care is a lovely story of love and hopes. Ana the young girl who is a angle has a remarkably character, she is very nice and wants to make everybody included. She knows when she is in love and not and I love her. The book is a little slow at first or i should say fast. Jolene made it so instead of the character taking a long time to accepted the fact of what she is, to have her embrasure it and is willing to learn of what she is. The book definitely has a huge climax, in the middle of...more
Cassandra
love the angel mythology that Jolene created in her series. Out of all the angel books I have read I felt this one expanded on the background stories of angels and the fallen angels the most interestingly. I like that Ana came right out and explained everything to her best friend Cheyenne, which normally doesn’t happen. It’s nice to see the best friend not get shafted and actually be part of the main characters supernatural life.

I found that Jolene’s writing kept my attention and ended up read...more
Myhotstylist
The coverart was amazing... but i JUST... Couldnt. Finish. it.

Ana Suddenly learns shes an Angel and falls in love with Dylan, a "nice" demon. Im not sure how to classify this book. There was far to much mention of God, mechanical dialoge, immature antics, and sudden lust scenes out of nowhere. The idea was good, but I just couldnt stomache it anymore. Its a shame because I really wanted to like this book. O well, win some, lose some.
Julie Midworth
I enjoyed this book very much. I read it while travelling back from Melbourne last weekend and it made the journey so much quicker!!
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Devil.May.Care By Jolene Ballard Gutierrez was such a delight to read. I loved that with the start of each chapter, we were given a quote that set the feeling for that chapter. One of my favourite quotes would have to be quote by Confucius on chapter 9 - "Every truth has four corners: as a teacher I give you one corner and it is for you to find the other thre...more
John Corwin
If you thought Romeo and Juliet had issues, you haven't met Ana and Dylan. Both are on opposite sides of the mother of all family feuds. A feud that has raged from the earliest days of man.

Ana, you see, is an angel and her boo is a demon.

Try explaining that one to your pastor!

Ana meets Dylan in detention after school one day and finds herself obsessing about him. But when Ana discovers she's an angel and that her new crush is a demon, she knows things aren't going to get much easier. The other a...more
Krystal
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This novel was impossible to put down. The main character, Ana, is the main draw to the novel. Ana is honest to a fault, refreshingly clear with regards to her intentions, and caring. She remains a constant throughout the novel.



As far as angel books go, this book offers an interesting new perspective. The author explains quite clearly and succinctly, the reader won't be confused or left wondering. The author incorporates the angels into the novel as charac...more
Dawn Jayne
I really enjoyed this book! Angels are one of my favorite things and I loved reading about Ana and her divine journey. Dylan, the demon that has a great job and sometimes smells like chocolate, was a sexy treat. I laughed out loud many times at his very unsubtle flirtations. He was an absolute delight.
The pacing was fantastic and I wanted to keep flipping the pages. I was disappointed when Real Life had to pull me away a few times.
I also thought the quotes that marked each chapter were an ingeni...more
Ciecie
I won this copy of Devil.May.Care from the Goodreads giveaway. Firstly I have to say that I was sucked into this book from the begining. It had all the qualities I love in a book. It was fresh, exciting, it made me cry, it made me laugh and as I like to say enough juice to keep me going. I love the witty characters. There was NEVER a dull moment. The only thing I can say bad is that I wish there were MORE. This is going into my OMG-ILoveIt shelf for sure. I recommend it!
Iliana
I won this book in a giveaway a couple of months ago and I decided that I really had to read it, so I picked it up and starting reading it. I couldn't believe it. I loved the book. One of the things that really made me like this book was Dylan's sarcasm. It was amazing and would make me laugh whenever I read something that he said. Another thing that I loved was the absolute heartbreaking ending. I really wish there is a sequel coming to Devil.May.Care.
Abby
I love the stories of angels and demons, especially when they don't stick to the boring on cliches that abound in every other book I've read.

I would definitely recommend this book.
C D Meetens
At sixteen, Ana not only discovers she's an angelic spirit in human form, but falls in love with a demon, Dylan. As demons are supposed to be the bad guys, this doesn't seem to be a good idea. However, Ana soon discovers good and evil are very much in the eye of the beholder.

I found this a disappointing read. Partly from the unbelievable plot and annoying characters; partly, due to the author's lack of care. If I'm told the heroine has a baby sister, I don't expect her to proclaim herself an onl...more
Once Upon
I really wanted to get into this story. I love angels and all they signify, but somehow this story falls short slightly. I do love the whole concept of the book where an Angel falls for a Demon.

Ana is a high school student, but shes an Angel on Earth in a human body. Shes learning how to use her Angel powers and is supposed to help with a war that supposed to start because of demons. Even with the guidance of her mentor Gabrielle and teaching her that demons are bad, she falls in love with Dylan...more
Monica
I really wanted to get into this story. I love angels and all they signify, but somehow this story falls short slightly. I do love the whole concept of the book where an Angel falls for a Demon.

Ana is a high school student, but shes an Angel on Earth in a human body. Shes learning how to use her Angel powers and is supposed to help with a war that supposed to start because of demons. Even with the guidance of her mentor Gabrielle and teaching her that demons are bad, she falls in love with Dylan...more
Lisa Potocar
Jolene Ballard Gutierrez’s story is a lovely contemporary romance interwoven around angels and demons. It has just the right dose of suspense to keep you hooked to the end in terms of how the main protagonist, Ana, will deal with her newfound being and original fantasy vices and powers to bring evil to justice. That we are kept wondering until the very end who’s good and who’s evil lures us into snitching time away from our other obligations to read straight through to the end. The scenes are re...more
Laurie D'ghent
Way psycho plotline (I mean, a horny, profane angel? Come on.). Turned into "light" porn about halfway through. Didn't finish it.
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Jolene Ballard Gutierrez was born in Sterling, Colorado in 1974. She grew up on a farm in northeastern Colorado and has many fond memories of farm life, including riding horses and looking for arrowheads. She also has many nasty memories of farm life, including falling in a puddle of pig poop and eating Rocky Mountain Oysters before she learned that they aren't really oysters.

Jolene met her soulma...more
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