Gabriel Hill has everything he ever wanted… a position in the powerful consortium. These wealthy men own half of New York City. And they murdered his parents. He can finally exact revenge.
Except he has to leave behind Elise Bettencourt.
It was inevitable, really. Gabriel will lose everyone getting vengeance. There’s only room for one person on this suicide mission.
Even if he started to care for the sweet little baker.
Especially because he started to care for her.
Love is dangerous in the Hill family. It went up in flames years ago. This time, Gabriel is going to light the match himself.
What an emotional and angsty read, page by page I was more consumed with Gabriel and Elise's story!
This is the second book in this trilogy and Gabriel is having a battle within himself. He never though he was deserving of love and he had all his plans to bring the Conservatorium in flames but now that Elise is in the picture everything becomes much harder for him. She is the light in his dark mind.
Elise is been hurt by Gabriel and what she though was special between them, not longer seems that way. The pressure from her father and the guilt she carries for what happened to Gabriel's parents are suffocating her.
With all their imperfections I think Elise and Gabriel are perfect for each other, but in this book there are obstacles that they need to face and the ending left me speechless I honestly don't have a clue to what's going to happen and I'm desperate to find out.
Would not have purchased book #1 if I knew there was a m/f/m scene in book #2. Sex scene involves heroine and hero and hero’s ex lover who is male.
BE warned it is forced sex scene. This is not a consensual scene in my opinion.
PLEASE advise your readers of trigger warnings.
This book has a sex scene that includes a third party, male. It should be made known that this is not just m/f to readers. And the author should have also given a warning or advised a possible trigger warning for some as the sex scene with the three is not necessarily consensual either, more like forced.