Review of Deceptive Knight: Street Kings Book 3 by Sienna Snow @sienna_snow

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s a King, but he’s also working for the government and goes by Shay Decker when he’s working. Rayhan King is a man that lives two lives to help his family. The tragic death of his parents left him on the streets where he met his foster brothers and a new family. His “brothers” are beginning to think he doesn’t remember who he is because he’s been working for the CIA for so long and going by his alias.

She’s a mafia princess but left her family to work for a clandestine organization when she was recruited in college. In order to keep her family safe, she decided to leave them and keep everyone guessing where she went and what she was doing. That organization has her undercover and her path with Shay Decker (Rayhan Knight) was an unforgettable path. Now she has to stay away from him after she shot him. It was either that or someone else would. Cora Hass (Lillian “Lilly” Lennox) has deceived a lot of people and now she has to answer for those actions.

I have loved the Knight Brothers since the first book. Rayhan is no exception. He’s ruthless, dangerous, sexy, and determined. However, his determination is not focused, and he’ll find himself back in Lilly’s trap if he’s not careful. A final case will bring these two back together as a final goodbye and closure for them, but they want to fight for their relationship. Will these two be able to fight and stay alive as well as together. I love this story and can’t wait to read Sam’s story. His relationship is just as complicated as his brothers’ relationships have been and it will be interesting to read his story. I give this book a 5-star review and highly suggest that you read these books from the beginning of the series. They’re great!

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