My ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Broken Vow (Brutal Birthright, Book 5) by Sophie Lark

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Riona Griffin is tough as nails. She’s the second child of the Griffin family and has always felt that she had to find her own path in life. Her brother Callum is the next in line to take over the family. She’s a lawyer and works for the family in the law firm with her Uncle Oran. She’s always felt a connection to her Uncle and has had her sights set on being partner in the law firm. Now that there is a spot, she is working even harder to show that she deserves the partnership. She’s a no non-sense woman that is happiest when she is alone. She doesn’t know how to let her hair down and live, she’s always working and making sure that her families secrets remain hidden.

Raylan is on his way back from a mission for his team the Black Knights, where he was out of country and made a rescue besides completing his mission, when his phone rings and his buddy Dante Gallo is calling him. He is needed in Chicago to shadow Riona and protect her. He finds this mission much more enjoyable and challenging.

This story was so good. Riona has met her match and she also discover that if she can just relax a bit her life is so much fuller than she ever even realized. She is so determined in her thoughts and beliefs that she doesn’t realize that her life is better when she relaxes. Raylan is just the man for Riona, he’s determined and very interested. He’s not called Long Shot for nothing. He’s patient and he finds himself in situations that are not always easy. These two burn up the pages once Raylan takes Riona firmly in hand and shows her how life could be. Raylan’s family has their own secrets, and he knows that Riona will keep them hidden because he knows her family. I hate to put these books down once I start them. I give this book a 5-star review and hope for more from Ms. Lark soon.

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