From New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo comes a sinfully sexy and suspenseful new series.
Rebecca hasn’t seen or heard from her mob boss father in four years, but she’s about to receive a message from him that will throw her life into chaos. Rebecca thought she left the crime family behind when she went into law enforcement. She never expected to be abducted by a sexy stranger. But this stranger makes an offer too tempting to refuse and soon Rebecca is pulled into one of the most ruthless vendettas of the century.
Knox Savage is the sexy billionaire CEO of Knox Security and a notorious playboy. What most don’t know about Knox is that a large portion of his wealth is made helping high-profile criminals escape justice. He makes no judgments about guilt or innocence. And he doesn’t do it for sentimental reasons. But he’s about to take on a case that is going to get very personal.
Now that Rebecca knows Knox’s plans, she wants to know how her ex-boyfriend August fits into it all. But it’s hard to keep track of the many intricacies of Knox’s vendetta when Rebecca is consumed with her lust for him. Her every waking minute is spent trying to push her desire for Knox to the background, but he’s making that very difficult. He’s invaded her life. Knox is everywhere. And so is August.
Just when Rebecca begins to feel as though she’s hit a comfortable stride in her relationship with Knox, she receives news that will make her question Knox’s intentions and change her life forever.
What secrets lurk behind that killer smile?
Yes, I'm a killer.
But killing is easy when your only reason to live is the very thing you'd kill for.
I'll do anything not to lose her again. Rebecca is mine.
And then she's not.
Taken by someone with his own score to settle. He knows I'll stop at nothing to kill him. This is his invitation.
Well, I've got my tux and my fucking party hat on. Let's dance.
>Part three of a four-part serial. This is Knox's point of view.
The conclusion of the Knox series.
Knox is determined to rescue Rebecca from the clutches of his nemesis. But Tony’s capture is not going as planned.
Injured and dispirited over the deaths of those closest to him, the last thing Knox expects to stumble upon on this dreary night is Rebecca’s location. Especially from such an unlikely source.
Armed with this new information, and a crazy amount of hope, Knox sets out on a deadly mission to rescue Rebecca. But is he too late?
The Knox series is a four book short story series that I will be reviewing all four books at one time in one review that will be posted on all four books. I figured it would be easier doing it this way then doing each one individually.
The first one begins with Rebecca getting told that she needs to meet with her father, so she goes with the goons that were sent after her. The problem is when she gets to the meeting it isn't her father, but a man named Knox who is working to help her father not go to a jail for a murder she witness when she was a teenager. There is also another problem this man reminds her of a man she has been dreaming of for years, and she can't seem to fight the attraction. Through there journey she finds out the truth about this man, and what he is truly after. She also ends up with her life in danger, and finding out some new information about love and loss. This short series has a lot of drama, action, and romance all rolled into one.
This series kept me pretty intrigued with it for the most part. I really liked the plot line, and I loved Knox. But I just didn't care for Rebecca. She's the main reason why the rating is lower than it could have been. Rebecca was suppose to be a cop, yet when she wasn't at work, or heck even when she was at work it never stated anything about her having any kind of weapon or anything on her. I thought that was a little bit odd. And it almost seemed like she couldn't fight to defend herself. However, in the last book with everything that happened I think she did a pretty good job, but it still didn't redeem her in my eyes. Other than that I loved the mystery of Knox, and what his issues were until later on. And I also loved how the last few books were in his point of view, it really made it much more interesting to read. Over all these books were really interesting, and I really did like them.