Inferno: Part 4
He found me in the dark when I thought all hope was lost.
He swore he loved me when I didn’t think anyone ever would.
He vowed to keep the shadows haunting me at bay when I felt like I was drowning in my past.
But in doing so, he also kept the truth from me.
It shouldn’t surprise me.
After all, our relationship was built on a foundation of lies, the walls constructed of secrets, the roof a thin veil of deceit.
But as I start to peel away layer after layer of this wasps' nest I find myself entangled in, I’m faced with the truth…
A truth that even the strongest love can’t protect us from.
A truth that’s been staring at me for years, but I’ve simply been too blind to see it.
A truth that’s about to destroy everything.
A storm is coming...
Inferno: Part 4 is the final installment in T.K. Leigh's epic romantic suspense saga to secrets, lies, and betrayal. Read the conclusion of Dante and Ellie's story today.
New love for this author
This was my first series from this author and I am so satisfied. The story is not just full of love but also you get to see the characters insecurities. The most important part is that you get to experience the suspense.
I didn’t know if I could go through all the scenes of the most suspense part in part four of the series, but there were so many surprises that were worth it. I finished this series in 4 days and I am in love with the writing style.
The author gives enough details while not dragging it out too far. This book made me experience their trials tribulations and love. This is a perfect read if you’re looking for hot sexy scenes and suspense.
All four books are amazing. I fell in love with this series. Thank you for such a sweet, dramatic, steamy, love story with Eleanor and Dante. I loved it all!
2.8 - Dante and Eleanor (Book 4)
Book 4 picks up with the couple still in L.A. and getting to know one another better. However, Eleanor’s mother concocts a sinister plan that threatens everyone’s life as major secrets are revealed. Critique: This book in the series focuses more on the subplot surrounding Dante’s daughter’s death, then their love story. The subplot is very complex and detailed and the torture scenes are too graphic and extremely drawn and out.