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  • Tantalizingly twisted & sinfully seductive

    This is the tantalizingly twisted, sinfully seductive conclusion to this duet of reads. Prepare for more tension, drama, intensity, heat and emotion as the story picks up from the cliffy at the end of book one (Triple Threat), along with some surprising (and wonderful!) splashes of cuteness and sweetness. Wow, so good. This is my elective, objective review.

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  • Epic!

    What an epic conclusion to Landry and the triplet's story. Secrets come out and the angst had me gripping my Kindle hard. The story has sweetness and love and heat throughout. I also loved that we get to see a different side to all the characters and how Landry stood up to all three men.

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  • Good story

    4.5 Stars When this story first started I was determined to not like Scout but the farther I got onto the story the more I understood why Landry was drawn to him as well as Sparrow and Sully. Loved watching Landry grow strong and stand up for herself.

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  • Well turns out I panicked a bit prematurely

    Well turns out I panicked a bit prematurely, Leopards can not change their spots - however, occasionally they are redeemable Death Wish gave us a more personal insight into the triplets Provided us a chance to understand what drives them and why they did what they did There was some personal growth - Yeah shocked me too - as well as time spent working out the logistics of their little quadrouple - I think they balance each other well I may even admit they have conquered a piece of my heart Do I forgive them for their previous behavior? No, but I have found a new fondness for them And as far as our girl Landry I would soooo not want to get in her way She was out for blood

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  • Unexpected

    What an ending! After reading Winston & Ash’s trilogy, I was deeply disturbed by the Mannford triplets and what they were capable of. When I started their books, I was unsure how K Webster could spin their story into something likable. I was a tough critic for sure. As I read more about the triplets and saw their individual differences, I began to like Sparrow and Sully a bit. Honestly, Scout scared me. His behaviors and lack of conscience was definitely worrisome for me. But then K Webster paired them against the perfect counterpart. Without giving details, Laundry is more than meets the eye. She embodies strength and survival traits that surmount an average person. Not only is she an abused child, she’s taken on the enormous role of protecting & providing for her much younger deaf sister Della. Throughout this book my opinion of the terror triplets as they’re known only became more favorable. Once I loathed Scout, but this book makes me love him. I couldn’t believe all the secrets Alexander had, what a horrible, horrible man. Glad he got what was coming to him. Even though some of the sexual content was outside of my comfort zone it wasn’t presented in a tacky or disrespectful way. To each his own, as long as everyone is a willing participant. And they certainly were 😉 Another fantastic read K Webster!

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