Book Review: Reckless Covenant

 

He’s back.
For years I went out of my way to keep this man at a distance. I never expected to be the one to pull him back into my life.
But what choice do I have?
Only one road leads to salvation… a deal with the handsome, black-eyed devil—Vincent “The Serpent” Sinclair. One of the ruthless leaders of this underworld.
In another time, another life, I used to love him. Now, I just need him.
But will he break me all over again?

I want her back.
The sinful woman with hair like fire and a matching soul—Morrigan O’Rourke. After all these years, she’s still the only one who fits my darkness so very well.
She wants vengeance. And I wonder how she’ll feel when I’ll tell her why part of that vengeance is mine…
In another time, another life, she used to love me. And she will once again.
But this time it will be forever.
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Reckless Covenant is book 6 in the Twisted Legends multi-author Collection, a Second Chance Mafia Romance inspired by the Deal with the Devil at the Crossroads legend. If you like dark romance, strong women and men that aren't afraid to show their soft side, you'll love Vincent and Morrigan's happy ending.


My Review

This is the second book I have read by this author. Just like the other book, I really enjoyed this one as well. As a fan of mafia romance books, this one did hit the spot for me. It is all dark and angsty. 

Vincent and Morrigan are the type of couple I think of when I think of enemies to lovers. They definitely had a vibe about them that kept me reading. Although, this was not the case in the beginning I must admit. I struggled a bit to stay focused on the story. In fact, it felt like forever to get find myself having finished a third of the way of the story. Yet, I stuck with this book as I know this author can write. 

Luckily, I did as the story really picked up including the steam factor. I mean things were so hot that I needed a cool glass of water. Looking forward to reading the next book by Lilith. 

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