Lies and Desires
Genre: MC Romance, Suspense
Book Length (Est.): 216 Pages
Dice Warren has always been the comic relief of the Righteous Outlaws. Always the first to make the others smile, and the last to take anything seriously. But, when tragedy struck and his best friend/sister found her happy ending, Dice was left feeling lost and a little alone. Until he meets Allison.
Allison Tyler just wanted to meet her brother. She had the courage all worked up, but lost her confidence, and somehow ended up as her nephew’s nanny. When she meets Dice, his personality is like a breath of fresh air, and she finds herself falling for him even though she thinks his line of work may be dangerous.
Can Dice find peace with Allison? Will Allison be able to tell her brother who she really is? Can these two lost souls get their happily ever after?
*I received this book free from Mark My Words Book Publicity in exchange for an honest review*
If you’ve read the first two books then you know who Dice is, and if you’re like me you couldn’t wait to get to his book. He’s the best friend and brother to Sienna, the one who’s always there, and this time he’ll find that someone special who will give him a new perspective on life…and the club. Especially after he looses someone close to him.
Allison got in over her head from day one. All she wanted was to meet her half-brother, to know she had family somewhere in the world. What she didn’t expect was to suddenly be interviewed for a nanny position for her nephew and then get it. It’s hard to come forth with the truth when you start with a lie. But she’ll meet someone who makes it all worth while, someone she knew she should stay away from, but someone who draws her in at every turn. Dice.
He’ll bring out her little bit of recklessness and she’ll bring out his deepest desires.
“I’m not getting in that thing.”
“First of all, it’s a chick mobile.”
“It is not. It’s better for the environment and a lot of guys drive Priuses.”
“Did you check to see if they still had their balls?”
As the third book in the Righteous Outlaws series I expected a little more development into the storyline with the rival clubs, but there wasn’t nearly enough there to satisfy my ever-growing curiosity. If anything the rift with the other clubs is just there to tie the books together and nothing more, but it would be nice to see more of it throughout the series.
I enjoyed the relationship between Dice and Allison. They had a magnetism that was fun to watch develop. The downside was the ending; it felt rushed. For Allison being Kade’s sister, there isn’t much to the story except a vague sort of overview. The ending was more like a here’s what happened and this is how everyone reacted, but none of it went into much detail.
My Favorite Laughable Moment: I loved the story about how Dice got his name. I loved even more when Allison slips out his real name in front of the other club members.
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