Review of Greed: Deadly Sins Syndicate, Book 3 by K. L. Ramsey @KLRamsey5

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5

He’s the head of the Greed family but has split the job with his son recently. He’s had his one love, and no one can replace the woman that he fell in love with, married, and then lost in a tragic “accident”. Rock Greed is a man that had it all and then lost but he’s still on top with his family and business. He’s gone into an agreement with the Lust, Pride, and Envy families to hopefully take over the Deadly Sins Syndicate and have the power over the Gluttony, Sloth, and Wrath families. He’s not looking for a new wife or a romantic partner, he’s happy the way his life is at this time, but when a woman comes knocking and things get heated, his life will be changed again.

She wants to be the head of her family, but her father lives in the past and goes by the old rules. Since she is a daughter and not a son, she will not rule. So, Darcy Wrath hatches a plan to marry a man that can help her take over the Wrath family. However, her plan could backfire, and things will be more dangerous than they were before. Her father wants her to marry a man so that the man can take over the family rather than Darcy’s younger brother that has no interest in being the head of the Wrath family. Only the man that her father has in mind is not the same man that Darcy has in mind.

I enjoyed this story. Darcy and Rock find themselves thrown together and have to find a way to survive and stay off the radar, and that brings them closer together. When they are found and danger and trouble are near, they will find that their wants and desires have changed and that their lives can move forward with real love. When family turns it’s back on one, the other family finds them and is ready to defend them and bring them back into the world of the living. This story is steamy, action packed, and has great characters. I look forward to more of the Deadly Sins Syndicate books to come. I give this story a 4-star review.

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