From New York Times bestselling author Meghan March comes a story of untold truths and one man’s redemption in the Dirty Mafia Duet.
Every family has a black sheep.
In the infamous Casso crime family, that black sheep is me—Cannon Freeman.
Except I’m not a free man. I’ve never been free. Not since the day I was born.
I owe my loyalty to my father, Dominic Casso, even if he won’t publicly acknowledge me as his blood.
I’ve never had a reason to go against his wishes… until I met her.
Drew Carson turned my world upside when she walked into my club looking for a job.
Now, my honor and my life are on the line.
Going against my father’s wishes might buy me a bullet straight from his gun, but black sheep or not, it’s time to make my stand.
She’s worth the fallout.
I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
My Rating: 4.5 Stars
I am not a fan of mafia romances. I’ve read so many, and almost all of them let me down. The main character is always trying to hard to be a badass, or the romance is too harsh to be believable, but I LOVE Meghan March mafia romances. Seriously, love.
There is something about the way she writes them that draws me in every single time. Despite knowing that I shouldn’t always like her asshole main characters, I fall for them almost as hard as the heroine does. Cannon was no different. He was strong, smart, sexy and such a fantastically written dark and gritty character.
In true Meghan March fashion, Drew was an incredible strong female lead. It’s one of my favorite things about March’s books. Her heroines are always total badasses who stand up for themselves. Nine times out of ten, they don’t need the men in their life to get them out of tough situations and I love that about them.
In true Meghan March fashion, there is a cliffhanger at the end of this book that has me CLAMORING for the next release, but it was worth it. I breezed through this book in one sitting and have no regrets.