Synopsis from Goodreads
I play to win, and I won’t let anything—or anyone—get in the way of what I want.
The first time I met Vaughn Sanders, I knew I wanted her. Confident, intelligent, and downright sexy. I thought I knew how to play her game. I was ready and willing for the challenge. Little did I know she was full of secrets and surprises.
But so am I.
Charming a woman into my bed has never been my problem. It’s the relationship part that is. They want it. I don’t. But can you blame me? Broken marriages are how I make a living. Hell, no self-respecting man would let a woman own his thoughts, invade his dreams, and steal his heart. So how in the world has Vaughn done that to me?
I’ve fallen in love with her. There. I said it. But that acknowledgement comes with a heavy price.
Everything and everyone seems to be working against us, leaving us both to question whether what we have is worth the cost.
I’ll be damned if I go down without a fight.
Dear God, Kirsty has certainly put these poor characters through the wringer in the Wicked Ways Duet. As if it wasn’t bad enough for us to be shredded by the end of Resist, Reveal sets out to crush what remains of our hearts and our nerves.
As you can imagine the tension is thick from the start along with a crushing feeling to the chest. However, there is far more at play within the pages of Reveal than just the immediate focus we have on Vaughn and Ryker.
Reveal certainly lives up to its titles with revelations galore that transform the story and our perception of the characters. Yet, throughout its entirety, there is never a doubt about Ryker’s feelings for Vaughn, even when the narrative is set to misguide and disillusion.
Reveal is a clever plot with a multitude of twists to ensure you can’t get complacent and predict the outcome. I adored the way in which Ryker helped shoulder Vaughn’s responsibilities while helping her slay her demons both past and present.
If you are looking for a tension fuelled, angst-ridden romantic suspense the Wicked Ways duet is what you need.