REVIEW: WHITE KNIGHT by Meghan March

About White Knight

New York Times bestselling author Meghan March continues the story of untold truths and one man’s redemption in the Dirty Mafia Duet.

I never expected to be anyone’s white knight. That’s not a role I’ve ever played.

But when the Casso crime family shifts into uncharted territory, they’re looking for a new hero, and they’re looking for me—Cannon Freeman, the black sheep.

But my time in disgrace is at an end.

It’s my turn to rise up and save the people who matter most to me.

Even if my family has never given a damn about me, I will not let them fall.

More than anything, I will not let her fall.

One thing I know is true—in my life, nothing is ever what it seems.

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My Review

At the end of Black Sheep, it seemed that the shit had finally hit the proverbial fan, forcing Drew to come clean about who she is and what she came to Cannon for…I wasn’t quite sure how things would play out between them once Cannon learned the truth, but the way that March brings all of the information to the forefront and has Drew and Cannon work together along with a few unlikely allies changed my perspective on quite a few characters and also left me feeling quite a bit awestruck with how March unraveled everything about Drew’s father’s murder, Dom Casso’s true feelings about his children and other important players in his organization as well as the person who brought most of the truth of things into the light.

The idea Drew always wearing a facade or taking on a persona resonates in her words and her actions as well as the way she hides her true face and eyes from everyone, even herself. It definitely takes a while for Drew to come into her own, but with Cannon by her side, helping her to find a truth she’s dedicated every part of herself to, losing bits of herself along the way, but thankfully, Cannon truly sees her for who she is and he’s more than determined that she be who she was always meant to be with him and with everyone they hold dear.

I loved watching Cannon figure out that he’s always been his own man and that he could never become like his father because his mother’s love and faith in him guide his words and actions, even if they’re in a setting that his father runs. Cannon definitely had a dark edge to him, but he’s far more grounded than he gives himself credit for and the fact that those around him finally take notice and work to mend broken relationships as well as make amends for how certain things play out proves that Cannon doesn’t have to try to step into his father’s shoes…he just has to worry about maintaining his own and fulfilling the life that his mother always wanted for him.

The complicated dynamics of Cannon and his half-siblings is one that truly illustrates Dom’s control and his refusal to not dictate every aspect of his children’s lives, especially Cannon’s, and while the others have found their way out of the fold on their own terms and with their own lives, what Dom has done to Cannon’s relationship with Creighton and his second rate classification when it comes to how Dom sees Cannon and his position in the family left me ragey, but I will say that how things play out toward the end of White Knight made me want to reassess, albeit only a little bit, how I viewed Dom and his words and actions throughout the duet.

Meghan March continues to bring stories with heat, conflict, and suspense, illustrating the world in which her characters live to be one wrought with danger, darkness, secrets, and revelations that not only upend everything the hero and heroine once thought but also put their lives in jeopardy as they work toward an amicable resolution.

White Knight is absolutely the ending I wanted for Cannon and Drew; it was every bit the twisty, suspenseful, and revealing resolution fitting for Danger and his girl.

4.5 Poison Apples

About the Author

Making the jump from corporate lawyer to romance author was a leap of faith that New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March will never regret. With over thirty titles published, she has sold millions of books in nearly a dozen languages to fellow romance-lovers around the world. A nomad at heart, she can currently be found in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, living her happily ever after with her real-life alpha hero.

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