(The Deeper Chronicles #2)
Publication date: April 5th 2016
Genres: Adult, Romance, Suspense
He’s been a pawn in a game all along…
The King of New York is back. And now, he’s got a Queen on his arm. Just when Noah Adams and Avi Linton are finally settling in to their “happily ever after,” another evil is preparing to make a move. This time, the game just got a little more dangerous and nobody will come out unharmed. Determined to protect her at all costs, Noah puts his life on the line for the only woman who ever mattered to him. But that might not be enough.
When the past begins to threaten their future, Avi and Noah must fight for their present. But can they battle against their enemy without descending deeper into danger?
5 ***** Sexy Page-turner!
*** I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ***
This isn’t a standalone story; and although it’s possible to read this second installment without having read the first as I did, I missed out on a lot on background story, for instance.
allyn lesley does an awesome job of creating an engaging story filled with intrigue, betrayal, danger, and oh-so-good sexy moments. She also writes realistic characters that you can’t help but care for. They’re flawed like real people and that’s what make it easier for readers to relate to them. Personally, I don’t usually like falling for the ultimate bad boy but Noah Adams is so very hard to resist. Avi sometimes comes across as a bit too sweet for my taste, but that’s probably only me. Still, I wanted to know more about her and rooted for her and Noah.
I highly recommend this book.
allyn lesley writes real stories about real people.
As a teen, allyn lost herself in the pages of some of Romance’s heavyweights, trusting that a happy ever after was just around the corner. In allyn’s own writing journey, as in life, she’s learned that people don’t always experience recovery and restoration after a fall. Her stories speak to the gritty side of life where the right choice isn’t always easily identified and happiness not quickly gained.