'New York Times' bestselling author Meghan March continues the story of untold truths and one man’s redemption in the 'Dirty Mafia Duet' I never expected to be anyone’s white knight. That’s not a role I’ve ever played. But when the Casso crime family shifts into uncharted territory, they’re looking for a new hero, and they’re looking for me—Cannon Freeman, the black sheep. But my time in disgrace is at an end. It’s my turn to rise up and save the people who matter most to me. Even if my family has never given a damn about me, I will not let them fall. More than anything, I will not let her fall. 'White Knight' is the second book in the Dirty Mafia Duet and should be read after 'Black Sheep', book one.
OMG, Meghan March sure knows how to weave a tale of intrigue and romance. Once again, she has delivered a story that was not only engaging, but also exciting, suspenseful and full of passion. She whetted my appetite with Black Sheep and satisfied my hunger with White Knight.
Drew and Cannon may just be my favourite Meghan March couple, and that is saying a lot, because they are all awesome. I enjoyed their interaction with each other, which was sexy and laced with humour. Cannon’s protective nature shined in this installment. The lengths to which he would go to protect those he cared about knew no bounds. Despite his show of strength, his vulnerability revealed itself occasionally.
Drew will learn that things are never usually, as they appear. She also discovered shocking truths about herself. I sure never saw that one coming. March provided no warnings before dropping that bombshell. Drew’s conflicting emotions because of the shocking revelation jumped off the pages.
White Knight may not have been suspenseful as it predecessor, but it still had the ability to keep me on the edge of my seat as it had some exciting scenes. There were moments when I wondered if Drew’s identity would be revealed, subsequently placing her in danger. There were also moments where I worried about Cannon. Would his love for Drew place him in harm’s way?
I loved how the author delved into the world of the Mafia in this installment. I learnt a lot about the Casso family. She highlighted the advantages and disadvantages of being a part of this world.
Andi Arndt and Sebastian York collaborated on this recording. My first experience with their work was with Black Sheep, and I thought they did an excellent job then. This time was no different. I thought they captured the tone of the story well and it was a pleasure listening to them both.
Conclusion / Recommendation
Overall, a great story and one I would recommend to fans of the author, and for readers who love spicy and suspenseful romance.
About Meghan March
Making the jump from corporate lawyer to romance author was a leap of faith that New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March will never regret. With over thirty titles published, she has sold millions of books in nearly a dozen languages to fellow romance-lovers around the world. A nomad at heart, she can currently be found in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, living her happily ever after with her real-life alpha hero.
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Nadene is an avid reader. A family friend introduced her to the fantastic world of reading with a gifted copy of Wuthering Heights. Her love of books have thought her a lot through out the years. She loves the experiences she gained through the pages of the books shehad the opportunity to read. She is never without a book and will read just about anything as long the material is compelling enough to hold her attention. She created this blog to share her love of books with like minded individuals and she hopes that in sharing her reviews visitors to the blog will discover their next addictive read. When she is not reading, she enjoys cooking, listening to music and watching television.