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(Dark Legacy – Book 4)
by Jaymin Eve & Tate James
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
Contemporary Adventure Romance
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down & Dirty
The world of the Delta Heirs expands and grows deeper, peering at Dylan’s role, and the love that comes his way. Free on Kindle Unlimited.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
One of Forbes’ 30 under 30.
One of the most eligible yet unattainable men in the country.
One of the Delta Five.
Together with his friends, Beck, Riley, Jasper and Evan, Dylan runs half the damn world. He is the epitome of power… and the definition of emotional baggage. Too damaged from his shitty upbringing. Too hung up on his best friend’s girl. Too cold and guarded to let anyone else into his stratosphere.
So why can’t I stay away?
Why can’t I end things? He doesn’t even know my real name or my real age. If he finds out…
He can’t find out. I’ll end it. One more night, and I’ll end it. Men like Dylan Grant never commit to women like me. I’m too weak, too broken, too tragic.
Just one more night, and I’ll walk away. Dylan Grant will never see me again.
Or… that was the plan.
My Thoughts on Dylan
The dark and broody world created by these two talented authors takes an almost sweet turn with Dylan, offering up a romance that edges on cute, while still hosting that diabolical back drop of powerful families and blood in the water. Honestly, it’s a crucial combination and makes for some great late night reading.
Abused girl, hidden identities, corporate espionage, billionaires and brats…. it has a little bit of everything, and a Happily Ever After that leaves the reader sighing with happiness. From the first book in the Dark Legacy world, I have kept my eye on Dylan. Not only is he incredibly hot, but there were obvious deep waters swirling around him, and secrets that were taunted throughout the narrative. Those secrets are laid bare in this installment, grabbed kicking and screaming into the light by the love of a lost girl determined to try to find her independence.
It’s both sweet and dark, charming and riveting. In other words, it’s everything Jaymin Eve and Tate James are known for.
*I received an ARC of this book and am thrilled to share my honest opinion*
First Person, Single POV
HEA (with obvious growth for the rest of the series)
Adult (Sexual content and violence)
Character Age Range:
My Final Verdict on Dylan
I enjoyed this book immensely – it felt a bit softer than the rest of the series, but it still road that edge of danger well. The characters we well developed and we receive plenty of cameos of Riley! Free on Kindle Unlimited.
Published December 4th, 2020
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