The twisted and intriguing storytelling that you loved in Consequences and Infidelity continues with an all-new alpha anti-hero in the dark romance series Web of Sin, by New York Times bestselling author Aleatha Romig.
That’s no longer an easy statement.
Who am I?
Since Sterling Sparrow, a man so handsome he takes my breath away and so infuriating he pushes me in ways I’ve never known, came barreling into my life like a category five hurricane, I can’t even finish that simple statement.
In twenty-six years I’ve lived three lives—been three different people.
Renee. Kennedy. And now, Araneae.
They say that I was named after the spider to make me resilient.
Sparrow would then be a bird.
Birds eat spiders.
I prefer to consider myself a cat. It ups my chance of surviving the world I’m now living.
Maybe that’s only wishful thinking because according to Sterling, my number of lives is running out.
There are people who want to harm me, to learn the secrets they claim that I possess.
The only person to offer me protection is Sterling Sparrow.
Can I trust a man who willingly put me in the sight of danger?
What is real?
What are lies?
Have you been Aleatha’d?
Lies is book two of the Web of Sin trilogy to be read after Secrets.
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This is the second book in the series.
I can’t wait for the third. I couldn’t put it down.
Aleatha is so talented in weaving a story, I really care about the characters. A very important factor when I read a book, especially a series. I highly recommend.
Twists and Turns
Again, Aleatha Romig does not disappoint. I felt like I was in Chicago with Sterling and Araneae, living this beautiful relationship with them.
With so many twists and turns it keeps you on the edge of your seat.
Now I can’t wait till January when Promises debuts. Another great read from Aleatha. Plus I think Sterling is my favorite now.
Page turning suspense
Wow, what did I just read? Lies is the second book in the Web of Sin trilogy and it is one amazing page turner. This book begins right where book one, Secrets, left off and it just doesn’t stop until the last page. Lies is a great title for this book, because there are so many to uncover, that as it progresses it becomes so complicated as to whom Araneae should trust. The layers that Ms. Romig carefully and skillfully peels back make you not want to put this book down. Her writing leaves you wanting to turn page after page to find out what will happen next and how each layer will affect the next. At about 75% in, my anxiety level was probably as high as Sterling’s at that point. Things started coming to a head for him and Araneae as Araneae’s two world’s began to collide and his level of control was not what he was used to. This book was a nail biter and the ending just left my jaw dropped. I can’t wait to see how Ms. Romig wraps up this intrigue with Promises.