PROMISES – Web of Sin book 3
The twisted and intriguing storytelling that you loved in Consequences and Infidelity continues with the epic conclusion of the all-new alpha anti-hero in the dark romance trilogy Web of Sin, part of the Sparrow Webs, by New York Times bestselling author Aleatha Romig.
Have you been Aleatha’d?
The dramatic conclusion to the Web of Sin trilogy is here.
Araneae McCrie has lived her entire life without knowing the truth.
Deceived by so many, is Sterling Sparrow able to keep his promise?
Even if he does, will it be too much?
What promises should be kept and which ones should be left in the dark?
Promises is book three—Sterling and Araneae’s story began in Secrets, continued in Lies, and now epically concludes with Promises.
The Sparrow Webs continue with an all new trilogy: Tangled Web.
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Hold my kindle, I gotta pick my jaw up off the floor! So so so good! How Aleatha manages to write some of the most intricately woven romantic suspense stories is beyond me! And she does it over and over! Araneae and Sterling may have just edged out Tony and Claire for my favorite Aleatha couple! You’ll want to punch Sterling one minute and then kiss his face off the next. Araneae is heroine personified... smart, driven, sexy... I love her and I love them together!
A definite 5* read/series/trilogy! You will thank me after reading this (or thank Aleatha lol)
Again, not worth $4.99. This book dragged on and on. Finally, towards the end, things picked up. The ending was good.
I enjoyed this entire series. So many secrets and lies told throughout this series and to finally reveal the truth was good. At some points in the book Araneae character was a bit annoying. Also the author consistently using the word "mine" so much it was uncaring. I will say that although those two things did not take away from my rating the book it was a good series to me. I will continue reading this author's work because I enjoyed the details of this book as well at times I visioned some of the scenes as if I were there. Great read