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This is one of her best books . I fell in love with the devil in her 1st book(better when he is bad)
So I was ecstatic when it came out .
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This is a dark, delicious, suspenseful, steamy, and even romantic story. Honor & Nassir have a complicated history, as the story progresss you can clearly see how equally matched they truly are together. Keelyn aka Honor is a firecracker with a ballsy attitude. She is strong, intelligent and sexually confident. Nassir is an enigmatic crime lord whose definitely super sexy badass man candy! He may be cold and calculating, but the author gives us every aspect of his dark and heartbreaking past which sculpted him into the man he is today. Nassir fell for Keelyn the moment he laid eyes on her– working the pole at Spanky’s strip club. That's when he found his endgame. When the raw energy finally combusts between these two magnetic characters it makes this book even more extraordinary. Everything about this story bleed passion & seduction. Nassir could really be a silver-tongued devil when he wanted to and allow his vulnerability side show. Who knew the Devil could be so swoon worthy? And their chemistry is so hot, it burns up the pages. I don’t want to give any of the storyline away, so I am just going to say this book book is worth the credit. It's a beautiful and twisted love story that leaves you begging for more and happy knowing love does prevail.
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Would you listen to Honor again? Why?
Yes, was a great story
What did you like best about this story?
That the bad boys stays bad.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, but I feel like that about all Jay Crownover books
Nasir ..The devil you love to hate ... or maybe not. The story of the haunted and broken crime boss who just wants to be a real boy and Kieland, his ex stripper saviour who can show him the way. Another hard, gritty, heartbreaking and engaging episode in a truly outstanding series from Jay Crownover. Both narrators did a great job.