☆☆➹⁀☆ 5 stars ☆➹⁀☆☆
About the Book:
Everyone knows when a Sinclair boy loves a Wallace girl people die.
The first time JoJo Wallace smiled, she had my heart. When we kissed, she owned my soul. And when she gave me her everything, I took it…consuming her when I had no right.
At first, we were just kids falling in love. We didn’t know about the generations-old feud between the Wallaces and the Sinclairs. I also couldn’t imagine Jojo’s destruction had been planned by my father when we were babies. To Father, the feud came first. I was simply bred to participate. My love for Jojo became his weapon, and to keep Jojo alive, I became the perfect son.
I never thought Jojo would come back after Father’s death. Never thought she’d smile at me or kiss me again—or that I’d let her. She’s the last woman I should ever touch. Only Jojo’s relentless. She’s no longer a child that can be frightened away. She’s made me dream again…made me feel. But before this goes too far, I need to get her away from this town and the rest of the Sinclairs who would see her dead.
Why? Because she’s a Wallace and I’m a Sinclair. She’s something I’d kill for, and I’ll hurt her again. It’s what I do. But Jojo Wallace, she’s impossible for me to resist.
The Sinclair Heir is Eliot Scott’s explosive conclusion to the Feud duet series. I previously said this author had struck gold, and I wasn’t wrong. The secrets and lies that are revealed are shocking!
While book one, The Wallace Girl, was a good set-up, this second book is action-packed from the start to the finish! It kept me on the edge of my seat, and I easily consumed this book in one sitting. The dual POV and dual time line continue. Readers get more gritty detail of the past from Alex. His shocking confessions are mind-blowing. Whether the transgressor was his flagitious brother, Grady, his father, or himself, Alex’s confessions would stun even a priest.
Just as Jojo’s secret is revealed to Alex the overwhelming dread of some ominous threat overshadows her incredible reveal. Even though I figured out the big twist, the thrill of the journey was not diminished! Both Alex’s mother, May, and brother, Grady, have bigger roles in The Sinclair Heir and both characters add delightful tension and fright to the story. The insights and confessions are amazing. The evocative writing made it so easy to picture every chilling scene.
The duet of The Wallace Girl and The Sinclair Heir is a complete story that is an action and angst packed read. It’s great fun!
Check out book one in the duet series:
Review: The Wallace Girl by Eliot Scott
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