This wasn’t my favorite book in this series, (that will certainly always be Sleeping With Her Enemy) but I still really enjoyed this book. – Smut Matters
It could have been a really interesting look at how these two differing viewpoints came together and influenced each other. Instead it turned into a completely chauvinistic, condescending view of Chloe’s virginity and how weird and undesirable it made her. – Smut Matters
Trigger Warning – this book deals with a fairly brutal gang rape. It’s described pretty realistically, but only in flashes.
I don’t read a lot of mob books, and while I remember why when I’m reading these, Katee Robert is just so good that I don’t care.
I think this is the last book in the series. But what a way to go out. I’ve read a couple of these more than once, and I think this will be another one. – Smut Matters
Overall, this was a really fun, sexy story. I can’t wait to read more from Stefanie London.
The chemistry between Jacob and Sophie was instant and hot. They didn’t even really try to fight it. There wasn’t a lot of angst here, just two people who needed each other and found each other at the exact right time. – Smut Matters
I liked Lizzy a lot more than I liked Mac. She was strong and resourceful, managing to keep herself hidden for months before Mac caught up with her. – Smut Matters
This was a debut novel, and while I really enjoyed it, there were a few times the author’s relative newness came through. – Smut Matters
Something about the dynamic between Polly and Austin just seemed off to me. – Smut Matters