Can someone constantly on the receiving end of betrayal learn to trust again?
Dietrich Omari Johnson trusts no one. Sold into slavery by his own people, he learns early what the sharp edge of betrayal feels like. Working for the Shadow Unit is out of forced necessity. Never one to do something for nothing, he plays both sides of the fence. Every move, every decision, is calculated for his own personal gain.
Jorunn McLellan, given into the care of the Unit’s meanest team member, tries to make the best of a frightening situation. The dominating Walker hides behind his shades, and harsh comments, yet still manages to heat up her body. Can she put to rest the emotions Dietrich awakens and move on with her life before he steals her soul and shatters her heart?
Or is the glimpse he allows her to see enough to fight for what she knows is his only chance for happiness?
**PNR, Multicultural, Dark Paranormal Romance**+18
What to say about this book...D is seriously hilarious!! His attitude and the things that come out of his mouth literally make me laugh out loud.
This one is different from what I'm used to seeing in Tigris' work, but it was still awesome! Lots of tension between D and Jo. I love how it all came together in the end. Of course we see other Unit members and "see" glimpses into their relationships, which I am glad for considering this is one of my favorite series!
Some characters showed their a**es and I can't wait to see what happens with them in the future!
It didn't end in a huge cliffhanger. I have become accustomed to that with this series and author, but it was a nice change. There are definitely things that need to be resolved, but I'm satisfied for now. 😉
I highly recommend this book for PNR fans who like humor in their stories.
I recommend the whole series!!
**I received an ARC for free from the author in exchange for an honest review.**