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Filthy Hot by Serena Akeroyd

by | May 31, 2021 | Books | 0 comments

Filthy Hot, the 5th book in the Five Points series is finally live!

3.5 stars
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Filthy Hot

The second our eyes meet, I feel it.
The ticking clock.
It’s only a matter of time before we come together.
Before the heat that arcs between us turns into a conflagration.

But he’s a mobster. An O’Donnelly. His notoriety is legendary.
I’m a journalist. I expose men like him, which is how I built my reputation.
Manipulating the truth is how the Five Points forged their name. It’s why he’s one of NYC’s most eligible bachelors, after all.
Whereas for me, the truth is my calling.
My purpose.

With my life on the line, will I risk it all once more to find safety in the arms of a filthy hot O’Donnelly?

Read our story in this opposites’ attract mafia romance, Filthy Hot, the fifth book in the Five Points’ Mob Collection.

I loved this rollercoaster ride so much!

 

The blurb gave me an idea of who the female lead would be in this book (clue in the last Sinners’ MC book), but I was completely in the dark as to which brother it would be about until I started reading. Not disappointed at all btw. And that is all I’m gonna say about the identity of the main characters.

This book was just one surprise after another and the suspense nearly killed me a couple of times. I just couldn’t put this down and had to know what would happen next. This book is beatiful in so many ways, you have the relationship developing between the two main characters, the bond between the brothers and then you have the whole family and their dynamic. It’s great to see how everyone grows and evolves, and in this book we peel back another layer and more secrets are revealed. It’s full of action, steam and twists and turns I never saw coming, and I just can’t wait to see what’s next!

Every book in this series challenges what we think we know about a character and their motives, and again and again we are proven wrong. What I like most about these books is that the characters are not perfect. They are flawed and they have lived and learned. They might not fit the definition of “good”, but their loyalty and sense of honor know no bounds. And there is nothing they wouldn’t do to protect the people they care about. I’ll take that every day of the week and twice on monday (just because mondays always suck).

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