The City of Sin holds more than secrets.
He doesn’t remember me.
But, I remember him.
The mysterious and brooding Jay McCall.
His touch. His kiss. His hands on me.
It’s burned into my mind.
The one incredible night we shared.
But, that was before…
Before I lost my brother.
Before grief held me hostage.
He’s back, and it has nothing and everything to do with me.
The secrets he’s keeping are tangled with my brother’s death.
My heart. My body.
At war over a man I barely know.
A man who knows the truth.
He wants me to trust him.
I want to.
But to survive in a place where demons hide,
I must trust no one… not even myself.
I gave this a four out five stars. I really enjoyed this, it kept me on the edge of my seat. I haven’t stayed up late to finish a book in a long while until now. I started it last night and stayed up all night to finish it. I’ve been having trouble with reading keeping my attention and to continuously read. With this book though I didn’t have that problem at all. Some of the conflicts in this book could have been worked out by communicating. I liked how the main character wanted to do things herself and not have everyone else do things for her. This book made me feel a lot of things.
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