BEWARE THE SCORPIO SOCIETY…Review of Deceit & Destruction: Power and Privilege Series, Book 2 by Janine Infante Bosco @JanineBosco @ElleWoodsPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

I haven’t read a book by Janine Infante Bosco that I have not devoured, loved, and ended wanting more. Deceit and Destruction was just as good as Chaos and Corruption. This is Robinson’s story, and it was great!

Mike Robinson made a bad decision to survive in the privileged college Stonewall University. He’s not like the others on his team, he had to work hard to get to Stonewall University, he didn’t come into the world with a silver spoon in his mouth. His bad decision could destroy his career after college, and it will definitely disappoint his mother. The worst part is that his bad decision almost killed his teammate, roommate and friend. Now he needs to bring his grades up if he wants to remain on the football team. The biggest issue now is the Scorpion Society and how they want to have their claws in everything to do with the privileged and powerful students that attend Stonewall University.

Cassie Phillips is a tutor at Stonewall University and is being controlled by the Scorpio Society to tutor all those that are associated with the Society. She doesn’t want to do it, but she has no choice, that is until Mike needs her help to get his grades up and his attraction to her leads to him working with his former roommate and his current roommate. Webber is trying to help out his roommate and Cassie, but things are going to get dangerous, deadly, and dirty before all is said and done.

I loved this second book in the series and give it a 5-star review. I can’t wait for Misconduct and Manipulation next. I love Janine Infante Bosco’s books. They are always action packed, steamy, and addicting reads.

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