What would you do for ten million dollars?
I made a deal. One year of my life pretending to be a rich aristocrat in exchange for ten million pounds. Enough money to start over somewhere new. Enough money to disappear forever. It sounded simple, but being Kerrigan Belmond is more dangerous than I expected.
Her world isn’t as perfect behind closed doors as it is on paper. I didn’t just sell one year of my life, I sold my virginity and soul to the enigmatic and manipulative Spencer Byrd. Being with him is only a temporary arrangement. My body shouldn’t tighten under his penetrating gaze. His touch shouldn’t electrify me. I should say no to his dirty demands, especially when they involve his cruel brother, Holden.
I should keep my distance from both. Instead, I keep playing their twisted game, knowing pleasure is the prize. Plus, I need Holden to spill the secret he’s keeping, especially since he might know the truth behind Kerrigan’s absence. But if he does, that means he knows the truth about me, too.
There’s a bigger problem, though. The longer I pretend to be Kerrigan, the harder it is to remember the fortune, the fame, and the brothers aren’t mine–and that if I make one wrong move, I lose everything.
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London Dynasty killed me with the way it end. It did nothing to prepare me for the ending of this book. This book just kept giving and honestly left me on a high note until my mood was killed by that cliffhanger, leaving to reconcile myself .
K is back trying to navigate the world she fall into . After the events of London Dynasty, Cruel Dynasty throws us deep in the tangled mess that K is creating for Kerrigan. The world she can’t quite get a grip on . The world that keeps giving her challenges even she sets her mind on thing. It’s brother against brother and she isn’t sure how to deal with what becoming a train wreck.
It’s supposed to be just a job but K seems to be falling fast and getting herself too deep into this world. K maybe more of herself how to handle the different etiquettes required of her but you can see how she is masking.
This book topped the first one and made the choices who to root for even more harder. It’s going to be a fight to the finish and I know who I want to win.