⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
He was the Golden Boy, but he was going down and she would be the reason he does.
Justice learned at an early age what her name meant. After losing her parents as a young girl she learned why her parents named her Justice and she vowed to make sure that her parents’ beliefs would continue through her. She fought hard to keep the dark side hidden and under control, but it was still there. She’s a walking protest.
He was the golden boy of the Clave. Victory Rockefeller, born and raised to be a leader that his father wanted him to be. His role as a Horseman is Conquest. He had a darkness but wasn’t always happy to use that side of him. He wanted to have a normal life, but he knew that would never happen because if you were part of the Clave the only way out was by death. The pink haired receptionist called to him in a way that no one ever had, and he needed to find out if she would be his best opponent ever. The purpose of the: Horsemen is ridding the world of evil.
I really enjoyed Justice and Victory’s story. They are both forces to be afraid of, but in different ways. Justice has no idea that she can bring Vic to his knees because he won’t let her know it. These two are tough, dark, and need each other for their lives to be complete. This is a story of two people that have no idea they are connected in a dark way or that they will be each other’s saviors from the darkness inside them. They both fight their attraction hard, but fate has other ideas for them. I give this story a 5-star review and look forward to Bowen and Khaos stories. If you like dark stories with secrets, deception, and characters that jump out of the book, this story won’t disappoint you.