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Legacy Of Lies by Tara Leigh

2 years ago


Okay. First of all, go get the prequel novel to this and read it first. Second of all, THIS NOVEL WAS SO STINKING GOOD! I absolutely adore second chance novels and this one will go down in my logs as one fo my favorites. I loved the personalities of the characters and the secondary ones were THE BEST! I could read book after book in this universe. Heck, just more about these two would be perfection. Also, the STEAMYNESS of this book, I swear I am surprised it didn't combust while I was reading it. Tara is one of the best authors I have read this year, and I swear I won't ever miss another book she publishes. Back to the book itself though. This is a story of hidden pasts and truths that need to be shared. Sometimes fate plays a game and you are just the pawn. These two get quite the run in this book and I fell so hard for this story and its secrets. Add To Goodreads

Synopsis:

Money. Status. Wealth. Power. I believed I was entitled to all of it. My legacy. Jolie Chapman. I thought I was entitled to her, too. My love. In a scandal that set our families against each other, I lost. My legacy. My love. Everything. I was heir to a throne built on lies, my crown forged from corruption. Stripped of everything I'd been raised to consider my birthright. Including my princess—who wasn’t mine, after all. I’ve spent the past decade rebuilding my life, on my own terms. Money. Status. Wealth. Power. They’ve been earned. Now I’ve returned to Manhattan for redemption, too. Jolie wasn’t supposed to be here. … And I wasn’t supposed to care. Screw me once, shame on you. Screw me twice— Who am I kidding? I don’t believe in second chances anymore.