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, and the painful memories, behind when she went into law enforcement. She never expected to be abducted by a sexy stranger. But when this stranger makes Rebecca an offer too tempting to refuse, she finds herself dragged into one of the most ruthless vendettas of the century.
Knox Savage is the searingly sexy CEO of Knox Security and a notorious playboy. What most don't know about Knox is that he loves 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's going to get very personal.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I bought all the novels together for 99 cents. I have wanted to read them for a while now, but I am not a big fan of serials so wanted to wait till they were in a pack. I had read the sample and it sounded really interesting. I liked the story idea and I like Cassie Leo so I had high hopes. Now I still love Cassie Leo, but I did not like these books. They were the worst things that I have read of hers. The plot started out strong, but became sporadic, especially between each serial. I felt like I missed a lot when I started the next serial in the series. The flow was very disruptive and I didn’t like it. The base of the relationship between the couple was also weak. I did not understand why they liked each other at all. Now since it is more of an erotic series I was willing to overlook this if the rest of it wasn’t so poor, but it was so this was just another weak point for this series. The girl annoyed me. I just didn’t like her at all. She seemed flighty and I really didn’t understand why Knox was so in love with her. Knox himself was ok. He was not my favorite. I was really confused as to how he got so good at security and made a billion dollars. A billion is a lot of money and I just didn’t get how he had done that in 10 years. He was fitting more with the bad guy element than I was expecting so that was good. But again it was all still confusing at times and I didn’t understand why he loved her at all. Overall I just didn’t like it. I had a hard time finishing it. I still love Cassie Leo’s other books, but this was a weak one for her in my opinion. 2/5 stars
Love me some Knox!!! I loved how it had a suspenseful plot with erotica mixed in. Knox is seriously hot and Becky is the one person who can bring him to his knees. Their story intertwines the past and present...how will revenge affect their future?! Read now to find out!
Before I even get into it with this review let me warn you to not waste your time buying these books individually. Each book is rather short and you don’t get the complete story unless you have the whole set, it’s worth it to just buy the complete collection and be done with it. The cliffhangers will kill you otherwise. Secondly, I didn’t realize that Knox was a mafia read. You know how I’ve been into all things mafia lately, as soon as I figured that little fact about the story out I was pumped. Once I was into the story I found myself really wrapped up in what was going on. I had a ton of questions in the beginning and I couldn’t wait for all of them to be answered. For the first book our story is told completely in Becky, our heroine’s point of view. I didn’t have anything against Becky. I did think that for being the daughter of a mob boss she was kind of stupid. You’d think her father would have taught her to be smarter than some of the stuff she believes and does. In books 2 and 3 we get to read some things from Knox’s point of view. At first Knox came off as a real jerk. I couldn’t even force myself to like him, but over time, he pushed his way into my black little heart. Knox won’t be a book boyfriend any time soon, but he’s not bad. There were a few things he did that I just had to shake my head at. For example – Leaving a note behind a piece of fake coral at a random attraction in town… how in the F was Becky suppose to figure that out? Men are crazy. Unfortunately, as the books went on I just became more confused and had even more questions rather than the answers I was looking for. Things just didn’t seem to be fitting together for me and there were a lot of coincidences to make this story work. All the unanswered questions and plot lines were annoying, but I also found the time jumps in the story really hard to follow. We take lots of jumps to the future and often seem to randomly skip ahead (and points of view) between books as well. There is a big scene/time/pov jump between books 2 and 3 and it left me dazed for a few minutes while I figured everything out. I also feel I should warn readers that this book does go down the whole BDSM road. Not a ton, we’re not talking 50 Shades or anything, but things get a little kinky. I’m not sure why, it wasn’t really an important part of the story, maybe it was added to draw in more readers? I wish we’d move past that movement and realize that you can be hot in the bedroom without going full BDSM. Anyway, for as ranty as my last few paragraphs were I did rather enjoy reading Knox. I’ve been going through a book funk lately and this story definitely falls in the plus column for 2015.