Thursday, 9 March 2017
REVIEW - Sin for Me (Motor City Royals #3) by Jackie Ashenden
Release Date: 28 March 2017
It was anything but easy, but Gideon Black has finally managed to create a safe haven for himself on the gritty streets of Detroit. He worked hard to get on the straight and narrow, pulling himself up from an underground crime syndicate before it consumed him completely. But the past isn't staying put, and now that it's come calling, it's not after him, but the woman he considers the closest thing he has to family . . .
Zoe James has always loved Gideon more than anything in the world. She knows he only wants to keep her safe, but his overprotectiveness has taken over her life and it's got to stop. She's sick of him treating her like a little girl, but is she woman enough to handle the truth when it finally comes out? As old enemies close in, a complicated but undeniable passion is growing between them. Gideon tries to hold on to Zoe and keep her safe, but he may have to let her go in order to save them both . . .
Praise for Jackie Ashenden's Dirty For Me
"An intense scorcher of a story that is sure to delight fans and win her a legion of new devotees . . . Unforgettable." --RT Book Reviews, Top Pick
"Tension and heat pervade the frequent sex scenes . . . Readers will eagerly anticipate future installments in the series." --Publishers Weekly
"An explosively sexy start to the Motor City Royals series. With this beginning, there's no telling what other surprises Ashenden has in store." --Heroes & Heartbreakers
My Opinion 5 STARS
**My thanks to NetGalley and Kensington Books, for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**
I really liked this book and have been waiting to read Gideon and Zoe's story.
Yes they are foster brother and sister, so as long as you can get over that then you should have no problems reading this book. It's a little on the dark side and there are explicit sex details, but if you have read books from this author then you already know this.
We get a lot of internal dialogue from both characters as they struggle with their changing relationship and the threat to their way of life. We see a little of the characters from the previous book, however they play a more minor role this time round.
Glad that i had the change to review this book which is the last in this series.