The thrilling conclusion to the multiple USA Today Bestseller, Crown of Lies, from New York Times Bestseller, Pepper Winters
Since my life changed for the second time and not necessarily for the better. Two years since I traded prison bars for streets and hunted a runaway who I’d met in an alley.
Since I forgot how to lie, woke to fists, and chased after the girl who’d been stolen from me.
To save her, rescue her, keep my lies intact. She looks at me full of hate. I look at her full of confession.
For our relationship to switch from mutual dislike to floundering with unknowns. I’ve hurt her. Now, she’s hurt me. I guess we’re even.
For her to listen, to see, to finally know who I am. The answer comes with hardship. The answer isn’t what she wants to hear.
For me to walk out the door.
For it all to be over.
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Love story with hero and heroine and a happy ending
Throne of Lies
Worst Book by this author.
This book was so bad it actually turned me off to reading for the rest of the day, which is saying a lot since I have read 44 books in the first 60 days of 2017.
I can't believe this book was written by Pepper Winters. This was a horrible book, no plot, no attachment to characters, repeative internal dialogue, no angst. At 25% I started to read just the dialogue, then at 50% scanned quickly to end just to verify that in fact this a horrible book by a decent author. If I did not know the author it would have been a big DNF. Book actually should be a 0⭐️.
Better books by this author are the following:
Monsters in the Dark series
Not too dark, full of suspense and sexy times.
This is the second book and also the conclusion to Crown of Lies.
Elle and Penn's on again off again love story.
We have our happy ending after the cliffhanger in the first book and it is oh so satisfying.
I love this author. Some of her books can be especulara and kinky. This one is mild and just as riveting.
Penn is dominant and alpha to the core, but also protective and in love with Elle.
Elle has grown up a lot since the first book and I enjoyed watching her turn into a lioness and stay her sweet self.
Kudos to Pepper Winters.
Highly recommend all of her books for their complicated and oh so human characters.