Friday, June 30, 2017

Review for Sweetest Taboo by J. Kenner - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS - AMAZON LINK -

All eyes are on us . . . and there’s nowhere to run.

Everyone has their own ideas about Dallas Sykes: He’s a reckless billionaire, a devilish playboy, a man who gets whatever he wants the minute he wants it. But I know the real Dallas behind the money, bravado, and power—and he’s completely, blissfully mine.

We carefully guarded our secrets, and in each other’s arms we sought refuge from our dark past. Our pain became our pleasure, our control within the chaos. But we could only hide from the truth for so long.

Now we’ve let loose our inhibitions and are ready to face the future. And no matter what people think or say, coming clean is its own sweet reward.


MY REVIEW -

Wonderful conclusion to this series! Loved it! You definitely need to read the previous books before starting this one, since this book is a continuation of the previous books. Dallas and Jane have gone public with their forbidden relationship, and are facing lots of public scrutiny, but they are determined to be together. Dallas and Jane's father; through adoption, isn't taking the news of their relationship well and has disinherited them, but despite how hurt Dallas and Jane are, they know their relationship is the real deal. More and more information is being found out about their kidnapping, and the mystery person that has been sending letters to Dallas, ups their game and starts making more serious threats against Jane's life. This book has all the depth and passion of the previous books, and I just loved how devoted Dallas and Jane are, and I was so happy that there wasn't anymore of Dallas' manwhore persona! The sex scenes were once again powerfully raw, and passionate. The connection between Jane and Dallas is really wonderful, and I love them together! I would've loved more of an epilogue though! In this 3rd and last installment of this series, everything comes to an epic conclusion! I've really loved this series, and I am so glad all the books were out, so I could read them one right after the other!

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