The New York Times bestselling authors of the Masters of Ménage series present the third scintillating novel featuring the privileged, wealthy, wild men of Creighton Academy—the Perfect Gentlemen.
Years ago, Naval officer Dax Spencer and NCIS agent Holland Kirk indulged in a steamy affair—until she betrayed him in the wake of his father’s death. Dax tried to put her behind him with a payback of his own. But he never forgot Holland…
Now, as Dax and his fellow Perfect Gentlemen unravel a web of lies, he discovers his family’s tragedy is part of a much larger conspiracy. Soon, all clues point him back to New Orleans…where Holland waits, protecting her deadly secret and holding a torch for the only man she’s ever loved.
Once reunited, they can’t fight the passion flaring hot and wild. But something sinister lurks around every corner, from the elegance of the Garden district to the beauty of the bayou. Dax and Holland may find their way back to each other—if they survive...
So so so good
Wow. I love this series. So well written. Full of intrigue and mystery with a plot that is not easily figured out. Characters that are well developed, fun, articulate, witty and thoughtful. Humor! And, oh yes, it’s hot too. 😀🔥
Buy this book! I’m on to the next one in the series. Can’t wait.
This series of books featuring The Perfect Gentlemen have been so great! Sexy, funny, suspenseful. Each of the Perfect Gentlemen are unique individuals with their own stories to tell. Plus the big conspiracy that involves all of them, one in particular. Each book takes one Gentlemen and tells his story while giving more clues to the mystery. Each book is so engrossing! I could not put them down once I started. So get started reading today, see if you can solve the mystery. Lexi Blake and Shayla Black working together is a real treat.
Not Worth 9.99
It’s a $4.98 read at best.
This is the third “cliffhanger” in this series and honestly, it needed to wrap up. Clear foreshadowing for the next book. I won’t be back at $9.99. The sex scenes are moderately creative and dialogue is trite.