Guilty Pleasure, a new enemies to lovers second chance romance from Jessica Prince.
Filthy Sex (Five Points Book 4)
He’s the last man I should turn to.
A forbidden taboo that no woman wanted to cross.
Worse still, he’s no one’s idea of a white knight.
But this pawn has no alternative.
I’m locked in a war that’s not of my making, and I’m tied to a destiny I have no say in.
For someone like me, Brennan O’Donnelly represents something intangible—safety.
A single promise unlocks options I didn’t dare dream of possessing…
He’s hard. He’s dangerous. He’s filthy.
Yet, somehow, he’s exactly what I crave.
Now I just need to make him see me for what I am—his Queen.
If he’ll have me…
This is Brennan O’Donnelly’s story…
A four and a half Review
This book gave me a massive book hangover! It was everything I’ve come to expect from this series and more, and I can’t wait to see where this goes next.
We met the heroine for the first time in Nyx’s book (Sinners MC), and the impression I got of her from that, and other glimpses in later books, I was not sure of her being the right fit for Brennan. So glad to get that wrong! And it also drives home the point that one should not judge someone before you have both sides of the story and all the facts (and probably not even then). She was perfect for Brennan, and most importantly – Brennan was perfect for her. I honestly think those two are some of the best characters written in this series yet. Talk about hidden depths.
I’ve made three promises in my life. To my mother. To your mother. And to you.
This book was a rollercoaster of emotions, and all I could do was hang on for the ride. Secrets are exposed, and betrayal hits a bit too close to home in this book. Especially for Brennan, the family’s appointed fixer.
Something else I love about this series is that it’s not just a story about the H and h, but also about the brothers, the family, and Family dynamics and their allies. The loyalty and depth of emotion gets me every time. Speaking of allies, we also get some clues and glimpses of what’s happening in the Sinners camp (more please ..).
While this book felt a bit darker and more brutal than the others, it was a real page-turner from the very first page. It hooked me from the start and I can’t wait to get Aiden and Conners stories.