Series: Bourbon #2
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Publication date: October 5, 2017
Format: eARC, 331 pages
How I got it: From the author
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Buy it: Amazon
Reading Challenges: 2017 Rock My TBR Reading Challenge
The walls of my club hold many secrets. Depravity. Sin. Justice.
Come in; debauchery can be yours for the cost of a lap dance and a night of pleasure.
And I own every last part of it.
But she’s my weakness, and thankfully she followed me through the insolvent streets of New Orleans, giving me her loyalty and her heart.
My desire for her dominates my every thought, but my broken past could destroy us.
There are people trying to bring me down.
Two malicious men stand in the way of what I want: to own it all.
It’s either Lot 17 or Goldie, my Jett Girl.
I have to make a choice and for once, it won’t be easy.
I received a copy of this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Bourbon Deceit picks up right where Bourbon Sins left off, thank goodness, and it didn’t hold back for a minute. Goldie/Lo is settling in at the Lafayette Club and she and Jett are moving forward in their relationship. Things are still epically complicated, between his side pursuits and just their relationship as a whole. His past weighs heavy on him and that definitely has an impact on things between them. So does Goldie’s ex, Rex. He and Jett’s father are up to no good and the whole thing basically kept me on the edge of my seat the entire time I was reading.
I was every bit as addicted to this book as I was the first. Maybe even more so if I’m being totally honest. I was fully in “I HAVE TO KNOW ALL THE THINGS” mode and I had a really tough time not just chucking all responsibilities out the window and reading it cover-to-cover in one sitting. I won’t say a whole lot more about the story here because I don’t want to spoil anything for you if you’ve not yet read the first book. All I’ll say is, if you decide to read, you should prepare yourself for a binge. You won’t want to stop reading once you start. I should know, I read the first three books in the Bourbon series in a matter of, like, four days. (I regret nothing.)
This series is hot AF and has plenty of interesting characters and connections. I need to break down and read the final book, which is Kace’s story, but I’m just not quite ready to give up all these characters yet. Soon, though. I’m not going to be able to hold off that much longer.
“You’re innocent in this world, despite your past, you’re so fucking innocent.”
I liked to pretend I was a strong man and nothing affected me but deep down, I was a hurting son of a bitch with a black hole where my heart should be.
“No need to flatter me, little one. You already have my heart.”
Have you read any of Meghan’s books?