Review of: Savage Empire (Broken Cross Series, Book #1) by Bri Blackwood @briblackwood2 @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

When her family’s business is in trouble he’ll step up and offer to help, but at a cost.

When Anais Monroe’s family’s business is in danger of going under, her father turns to a very rich family for some help. She is the Social Media Director of Monroe Media Agency, and her father is the CEO. When times get hard for the company and they aren’t making the money they need to cover their expenses, Anais’ father turns to a man whose family is very powerful and has rumors surrounding them and their business ties.

Damien Cross is a very rich and powerful man. His family owns a lot of New York and they are very powerful in the business world. When James Monroe asks for Damien’s help, he gives it, but when James can’t fulfill his part of the deal, Damien will put something else on the table, but without James’ knowledge.

This was a really good start to the Broken Cross Series. The book is full of power, danger, a very Alpha male, and secrets. I loved the story and can’t wait for the next book in the series. I think I’ve found myself another new great author to stalk. The story was interesting and intriguing with danger lurking constantly. The deal between Damien and Anais gets cut short, but I don’t think these two are done. Especially with the way this book ends. I have a feeling that things are just getting started for these two and I am highly anticipating the next book. I give this story a 5-star review and suggest that if you enjoy Dark Billionaire romances, you should pick up Savage Empire. I look forward to reading more of Damien and Anais’ story and finding out what’s going on after the ending of this book. Who is more dangerous, Damien Cross, or the person that has eyes on Anais?

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