Review: Sin & Secrets by Skyla Madi

Review: Sin & Secrets by Skyla Madi

Anything can happen underground, and although our future is uncertain, there’s one thing I know for sure…

Emily is working her way under my skin…
…and I’m letting her.

I sleep while chaos swirls around me, and all I can do is watch as anarchy brews. Recklessly, I seek comfort in a stranger, and somehow, I’ve let Emily thread our futures together. I should be thinking about saving my brother, but right now, she’s at the forefront of my mind.

I have to get her out of here.

I have to keep her safe…

At all costs.

My Review:
Genre: Dark Romance, Suspense, Underground Fighting
Standalone: No – Read book 1 (Blood & Rust) first, also, cliffhanger
Part of a Series: Yes – Book 2 of the New York Crime Kings series
POV: Jai & Emily
Steam Level: Warm

The intrigue and suspense continues in Sin & Secrets, the second book in the New York Crime Kings series. I’m normally not a fan of Cliffhangers but this series is very well written. It’s fast-paced and sucks you in. The twists and turns are breathtaking. Sin & Secrets keeps you on the edge of you seat, rooting for Jai and Emily. Deadly secrets are revealed and you don’t know who to trust. Sin & Secrets is also quite funny, with the humor helping to break up the tension. I found myself laughing out loud at times while gasping and biting my nails.

Favorite Quotes:

  • The trick to destroying anyone is to be emotionless. I learned that a long time ago. You have to dehumanize them—see them as a sack of meat without a family; without a face.
  • That’s the thing about revenge. It’s not a temporary state of mind. It’s a sickness, a disease that consumes you inch by inch until nothing else matters.
  • I don’t mean to be an asshole, but I can’t help it. I open my mouth and it comes out.
  • I hate that today is one of those days my panties are clean and dry. Why couldn’t I’ve had my shit together tomorrow?
  • His voice, the pained huskiness of it, is the tip of the orgasm iceberg and I hit it, like the Titanic, and split in two.
  • I hate sympathy. It’s an emotion people show when they think you’re not capable of handling things yourself. Fuck sympathy.
  • It’s a pissing contest and my bladder is full.

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