Review of Vow of Sacrifice (Vow Series #5) by Emma Renshaw @GiveMeBooksPR and @authoremmaren


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Iris had a good childhood she was raised by her grandmother and was happy even if they didn’t have money. She was loved and cared for. Then her world fell apart. Her grandmother was diagnosed with cancer and her world crashed. She thought she found someone to lover her and care for her again but found that she only put her life in danger. She was lucky to get out alive.

Callan has finally gotten away from the mafia and is trying to raise Brae without the danger in their lives. His new neighbor is noisy and annoying. Brae is a teenager who needs her sleep and isn’t getting it with their new neighbor, Iris. Callan meets Iris in a situation where they are both on edge, he’s protecting his sister and she’s afraid of everyone, so he puts her on edge when she opens her door for him.

Callan may have come from a dangerous life, but he’s really a gentle man who only wants to do right by his little sister and maybe have a normal life. Iris and Callan are great together, she finally learns what it’s like to be loved and cared for by a real man.

I love these two together and love how Iris’s sassiness and light finally comes out. I hope there are more to these guys because the characters are awesome in this series. I love these stories. These men are so tough and Alpha until their women come into their lives and show them how to be the men they are supposed to be.

I give this story a 5-star review and highly recommend this book as well as all of the books in the series. These men and some of the women have secrets, but once you’re accepted into their group you will never get away from them. They all protect, love and care fiercely for those in their group.

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