Review of Secret Empire: Broken Cross Book 5, by Bri Blackwood @BriBlackwood2

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

The joker of the family has a serious side. Gage Cross is the youngest of the family, he may be a twin, but his brother Broderick is a couple of minutes older and has no problem reminding Gage of that fact. Gage is working his side jobs just like his brothers, but he’s keeping his close to the vest. He’s fed up with his father and brothers not taking him serious in the Cross Empire. His side job is dangerous and very important to him, he wants to be sure that everyone he loves is safe and protected from the threat that the Cross family is under, but he has to figure where the threat is coming from to neutralize it. His investigations will take him to places he is not expecting.

Aside from his investigative work, Gage has to be sure to be on top of his job at Cross Enterprises too. When he finds that he has to do a lot of work on his own to get things accomplished, he is overridden by his father and given a new assistant. His new assistant is shared with Damien though and he is not expecting great work, but he is pleasantly surprised by her.

I love these books and Secrete Empire was just as suspenseful, action packed, and great as the others before it. I love the characters and the plot of these stories. Stolen Empire looks to be another great addition to the series. Gage and Melissa are a great pair and great partners. I would love to read more about them in the next book. I didn’t quite feel as though their story was finished, I’m not sure why. Maybe because I loved them so much. I look forward to reading more of the series in the near future and I give this book a 5-star review.

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