Guilty until proven innocent.
That’s the way the world works, right?
I’m tired of being convicted without evidence, all because my last name is Gable.
The Riscoffs might own this town, but I’m done following their rules.
If only I could forget just how easily Lincoln Riscoff can drag me under his spell.
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‘A Gable and a Riscoff could never be together. Fate would never let it happen.’
‘Nothing good can ever come of it.’
This is the same old tune that Whitney has had to listen to for countless years from both sides of the feud, but it’s also what she’s had to keep telling herself every time she gets pulled back into Lincoln’s life and starts to feel like they can face everything together and still remain whole.
Whitney and Lincoln’s past and present illustrates the fact that when they’re together, regardless of how strong their connection is, bad things happen…people get hurt…loss and regret run rampant. But what it comes down to is the fact that neither Whitney nor Lincoln have been living for themselves; they’ve been taking care of everyone else, whether it be the family business, Ricky’s career, or those left behind after the horrible accident took the lives of those they loved. And by putting others before themselves, they’ve made a mess of a once and a lifetime kind of connection…kind of love, and it’s that bond that both of them seem desperate to get back, but it’s easier said than done because as more secrets are revealed and the true nature of things is discovered, it’s unclear whether it’s still going to be the Riscoffs vs. the Gables or if Lincoln and Whitney will pave their own way, uniting the two families in a way that no one thought possible?
The second book in a trilogy, in my opinion, is always a tricky one for the author to create and for the reader to read; it needs to bridge the gap between the first and the third in a way that moves the plot forward but also sheds light on all of the backstory content that readers need to understand in order to garner a clear picture of what the hero and the heroine are up against, and that can sometimes feel tedious or a bit stagnant in the build up to book three, and that’s a little bit how I felt as I read Guilty As Sin…
So, while the flashbacks of everything that occurred between Lincoln and Whitney and the Gables and Riscoffs 10 years ago help to solidify the big picture as to why these two families detest one another, I felt like the story line lost a bit of the momentum that I felt it had after finishing book 1. Don’t get me wrong…I still very much enjoyed Guilty as Sin and I’m beyond excited to see what Meghan March has in store for Lincoln and Whitney as well as her readers after she left us with one heck of a cliffhanger at the end of book 2, but I did lose some of the connection I felt to the characters and all that they were forced to deal with and overcome. But I’m not worried that it’s gone for good; in fact, I’m almost positive that with where the characters’ lives are heading that there are bound to be a few more bombshells and that now that Whitney’s found her backbone again and has stopped living so much in the past that readers will want to revel in all sexy and angsty goodness that will bring Lincoln and Whitney’s journey to an end.
3.5/4 Poison Apples
From New York Times bestselling author Meghan March comes a brand new saga of forbidden love and second chances.
A Riscoff and a Gable can never live happily ever after. Our family feud is the stuff of legends.
Ten years ago, Whitney Gable caught me off guard with her long legs and grab-you-by-the-balls blue eyes.
I didn’t know or care what her name was.
Like any Riscoff worth the family name, I went after what I wanted. We burned like a flash fire until she married another man.
She hates me, and she should.
I objected on her wedding day.
Now she’s home, with those same long legs and man-eater stare, but there’s no ring on her finger.
They say a Riscoff and a Gable can never live happily ever after . . . but I’m not done with Whitney Gable.
I’ll never be done with her.
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Whitney Gable is the kind of woman you fight to the death to protect.
I’ve finally learned my lesson, and it’s time to prove I’m the man who’s worthy of her.
I don’t care what it takes, because failure is not an option.
No matter who or what stands in our way—this time, she’ll be mine forever
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A New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author of over twenty novels, Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She’s also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she’s ever had.
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