Title: Black Sheep
Series: Dirty Mafia Duet #1
Author: Meghan March
Publisher: Self Published
Publication Date: 27 Aug 2019

Synopsis from Goodreads

From New York Times bestselling author Meghan March comes a story of untold truths and one man’s redemption in the Dirty Mafia Duet. 

Every family has a black sheep. 
In the infamous Casso crime family, that black sheep is me—Cannon Freeman. 
Except I’m not a free man. I’ve never been free. Not since the day I was born. 
I owe my loyalty to my father, Dominic Casso, even if he won’t publicly acknowledge me as his blood. 
I’ve never had a reason to go against his wishes… until I met her. 
Drew Carson turned my world upside when she walked into my club looking for a job. 
Now, my honor and my life are on the line. 
Going against my father’s wishes might buy me a bullet straight from his gun, but black sheep or not, it’s time to make my stand. 
She’s worth the fallout. 

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Review

Black Sheep is an intense romantic suspense story with sizzling chemistry, nail-biting tension and characters you want to set free from the chains keeping them bound to danger at every turn.

I am currently speechless, Meghan March has made me fall for Cannon and Drew in a big, big way. Both characters have a public persona they have carefully crafted in order to survive in the circles the move in. However, they are drawn to each other from the first encounter.

Although Drew has a lot of preconceived ideas about the person Cannon is and an ulterior motive to her actions, she doesn’t count on drawing the interest of one of the deadliest men in the country, who also happens to be Cannon’s father.

I cannot begin to fathom the weight Cannon carries on his shoulders – from his unwanted heritage and not having control over his own life to never being able to lower his barriers out of self-preservation.

Drew and Cannon are very similar in that respect, although Drew was able to choose her path while Cannon had no other option. I am unsure which would be the easiest to condone when they both lead to the same destination.

I loved the connection between Cannon and Drew, it was as if they were kindred spirits whose souls recognised each other. Unfortunately, the wealth of lies between them creates an underlying tension with the outcome when the truth is uncovered completely unpredictable.

Black Sheep has a jaw-dropping cliff-hanger of which there is no way of expressing the outcome in advance. Don’t let me down, Cannon 😍