My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Faked (Sinners of Boston, Book 3) by Vanessa Waltz @VanessaWaltz @HiddenGemsBooks

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s the interim head of the Costa family while his uncle does time in prison. He’s ruthless, domineering and a player. His cousin is his best friend but also a high-ranking member of the family. He has a lot of baggage that he carries, and when he finds himself in a dire situation, he will make a decision that will turn his world upside down. Vinn Costa is a man that prides himself in thinking first before he reacts, but Liana tests his mind and his resolve like no else ever has. Liana and Vinn grew up together and she has loved him since she was four years old. The only problem is that he never figured it out and now that she is a grown woman and she’s been promised to the president of Legion, he finds that as the head of the family now, he has the right to step in and make the decisions of who she will be promised to and he doesn’t want her with anyone but him.

Liana’s eyes were opened about Vinn as she got older and she now knows that he is not the man she loved as a girl. That man is gone and the man that she is faced with now is dangerous and has a black heart. However, when he steps in and saves her from being taken by the president of Legion, she finds that her will and mind will be tested because now they have to pretend that they are a couple, or they will both be dead. She has to fight for what she wants, and she isn’t sure that her heart can take it. When the reality of their situation sinks in, she’ll find that her life has been turned upside down and that maybe their lie isn’t a lie. These two have a lot to overcome and a lot of danger to avoid if they want to have a life, but when they finally figure out that they were meant to be together, their lives are seriously in danger and one of them may not make it out alive. I loved Vinn and Liana’s story and I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to more of the Sinners of Boston series by Ms. Skye.

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