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Review: Promises by Aleatha Romig


The twisted and intriguing storytelling that you loved in Consequences and Infidelity is back with the stunning conclusion of an all-new alpha anti-hero in the dark romance series Web of Sin, by New York Times bestselling author Aleatha Romig.
You won’t believe your eyes as Promises brings the Web of Sin trilogy to a dramatic close. Learn the truth behind the secrets and lies.

Release: January 8, 2019
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Multiple POV - 1st/3rd person
Heat: 3
Type: Book 3 - Web of Sin trilogy
Format: ebook ARC provided by Inkslinger PR



Review of book 1 - Secrets
Review of book 2 - Lies


★★★★☆

There's a saying I've grown up hearing and I repeat it to this day - 'Everything in darkness must soon come to light'. I feel that this was most definitely true in this book. All of the secrets and all of the lies were finally out in the open and Araneae's life was in more danger than ever.

Answers abound in this conclusion of the Web of Sin series. Amidst the drama and the danger, Sterling and Araneae grew closer, making them more of a united force than ever. Nothing and no one was going to take them down, not without a fierce fight from either or both of them. I loved how much more confident and self-assured Araneae was in this book, which made her quite the match for the formidable Sterling. I could finally see what kind of queen she would be and she had proven herself to be deserving.

The author did a remarkable job of blending the romance, intrigue and suspense. I think the different perspectives and flashbacks only added to the continuity of the story, giving us, the reader, the chance to truly understand the machinations of this book. Why was Araneae's life in danger? Who was responsible for her being taken from her parents? And what did her father know and what kind of proof did he have that started this all in the first place?

I had so many questions going into this one, as I'm sure many of you will too, but rest easy because the author left no loose ends and gave us a worthwhile and seriously sweet ending.

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