One down, six to go. Sammi has lied, cheated and began her payback on Dornan Ross. His sons will pay for the sins of the father as well as their own and she can’t wait to watch the pain he feels destroy him. That is, if it doesn’t destroy her first.
Sammi’s pursuit of vengeance against those who damaged her has just begun, but while she is acting out her revenge she is also being hurt at the same time. She is fucking the father of her rapists and him being one as well. Dornan is a sick fuck normally, add to it him grieving over the death of his favorite son, and he turns into someone the devil wouldn’t want to fuck with. Sammi knows that she needs to watch her own back, protect herself as much as she can and get her vengeance before people figure out that it’s all her that’s bringing so much destruction to the Gypsy Brothers MC.
Jace is still unaware of Sammi’s true identity or plans, but he protects her as best as he can. He likes Sammi, and tries to get her to leave his father. He is her savior too many times to count, it’s almost like he is trying to make up for being unable to save Juliette. Jace may be one of the nicer members and nothing like his brothers but you don’t want to cross him.
When the next brother comes to his death, suspicions on Sammi start and even Jace is looking at her differently. She barely gets away with her life after she almost accidently dies along with the son she deemed her next victim. Time is running out, one of these times she isn’t going to be able to con her way out of being suspected as the reason behind the deaths.
This series gets better and better and more mind fuck disturbing with every book and this is only the second book people! I love this dark fucked up world that Lili St. Germain has created, I want to see each brother suffer as much as possible as well as Dornan. The only one who I hope doesn’t get hurt is Jace, he is the good in a shit ton of bad, Sammi needs Jace, and I hope that by the end of this series they will be able to move forward with their lives together.