No one can know about our love—and hiding only makes it hotter.
Dallas Sykes has a reputation. He is known for his parties, his money, and the countless women on his arm. Yet the Dallas I know is a different man—darker, smarter, and unbearably sexy. Just one look from him can leave me breathless; the anticipation of his touch can make me lose control.
Inextricably bound by our past, we keep each other’s secrets. And while there are people who have the power to hurt us, it’s the truth that threatens us most of all.
Dallas can be mine only behind closed doors, our passion as searing as it is forbidden. Yet nothing in this world has ever felt so desperately, deliciously right.
Okay so forewarning this shit goes down the rabbit hole fast... Its hard to know where to start when it comes to reviewing this book because its so complicated that if you don't know or haven't read the series its all spoilers and explaining it? Don't even bother because its hard enough to understand even when you have read it.
In a nut shell you have action packed history tossed in with a step sibling relationship splashed with the repetition of how naughty it is to have such relationships (over and over) including the wish wash of should we/ shouldn't we topped with a cluster fuck of information that you might have to re-read simply because there are so many strings attached to this installment and its history and characters that I had to keep notes just to remember where I left off when I had to take breaks between readings simply due to the fact that my head was spinning from it all.
That being said its actually a really great read the biggest downfall is that its bogged down with so much info and so much debate and so many instances where our h/h are either going for it or they're not with the conflicting - 'its complicated'.
Let's just say the title suits the story perfectly so if you don't know the Stark series and if you haven't read the previous book to SIN then stop and start at the beginning because this will be a loss for you if you don't.
Best of luck readers.
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Received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley Publishing.
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