I’d like to thank Terrie and Sienna for sending me an e-arc of this book it is very much appreciated. I love Sienna Blake, I’ve read quite a few of her books including The Dark Romeo trilogy, Irish Kiss, Professor’s Kiss, Royally Screwed, and Three Irish Brothers. I loved them and I was expecting big things from this book and I got them.
I love the dictionary of words about the different kind of words. It’s so helpful and I love it!
Waylyn was an interesting main character, at times she seemed so much older than she was meant to be and I guess that was because of the past she had to endure. I really enjoyed how she grew as a character and how she was willing to open up to all three of the men. Also she knew it was her last attempt to escape from Keegan.
X, Jace and Magnar were a very interesting trio of characters, all three of them were different. Jace was sweet and caring, whereas X was all brooding and strong and Magnar was kind of a mixture of all of them at one point. I loved how they all cared for Waylyn.
I loved seeing Magnar when it came to his daughter Charli, it was an interesting dynamic between the two. I loved how she cared about him and wanted to take care of him as well as him taking care of her and making sure she was safe. I loved their relationship I wish I saw more of it though.
The chemistry between all four of them is hot, and intense, and together they are truly so cute together. There were some great scenes together especially the twisted game it was hilarious with all the sexual tension that the story could ever do. It was one of my favourite scenes
I loved the Caitlin scenes they were funny!
I do have to say I love the honourable mentions of the characters from the other stories. DANNY! I loved Danny and it was great seeing him in this one. Although my shock, came at the end when Roman from the Dark Romeo box set appeared. But surprise and shock ever. He’s still my favourite character from Sienna. So yes I loved seeing the two in this!
I loved the story, I loved the plot and I loved the characters.