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Crimson Desert (A Bittersweet Cartel Romance Book 2) by [Jane, Melissa]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 816 KB
  • Print Length: 244 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00OIOBETA
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #13,389 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book is the conclusion to Little doll , Laila and Aidens story , and what an ending . Really that is an understatement as it has everything you expect from the first instalment but even more suspense, sex and darkness .
I loved these books and would definitely recommend them.
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This is the conclusion of Laila and Aiden’s story and it certainly didn’t disappoint. It was an absolute train of suspense throughout.

With Juan hot on their heels and determined to get back what he considers his, Laila, Aiden, Ethan and Jorge are on the run.

I felt connected to the characters in this book. I could understand why Laila had a hard time trusting that Aiden was acting in her best interests. I knew she did what she did to protect Aiden and Jorge even though it was a facepalm moment and I just thought trust him you silly girl!!

I liked the bromance between Aiden and Jorge, how one friend will literally put their life on the line for friendship.

The confrontation scenes were awesome but the author had built the suspense to such a degree, that you knew that when it was time to pay the piper it was going to make for good reading.

Knife fights, fist fights, bombs and a shootout were excellently choreographed by the author so I really felt I had to duck.

This book is brilliantly written and is original. I thought the first book didn’t really contain original ideas but this book certainly did. I have never read a book where it covers a whole cat and mouse chase and the author did it fantastically well.

I cannot fault the execution of this story. I could feel the blows, I could taste the metallic blood in my mouth and I don’t think my heart rate dropped until the very end! The author definitely has talent and I would put her in my to read list without hesitation.
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Again, another unforgettable and amazing story. This second part in the story of Aiden and Laila was 100% full on action from the first page.
In Little Doll, Book 1. Laila goes off hunting for her missing brother, Ethan. Whilst hunting for him in San Diego, she is captured and taken. She then wakes to find she is bound and blindfolded in a van. Once she knows of her surroundings. She finds herself in a huge, sprawling Mexican mansion. Yet it's in this opulent home she finds she is actually a prisoner and a slave. Whilst imprisoned in the home of the man who is known as Águila to most people, Laila is tortured and raped, and prepared to be sold to someone who likes to do things much worse than the Áquila and his son Juan. Yet, his other son, Aiden, after having seen enough of what goes on his home for 2 decades, has had enough. Then he sees something in Laila that he just can't shake off. He is determined to help her in any way possible. That is just a short summary of Little Doll to lead us in to Crimson Desert.
Crimson Desert starts off right where Little Doll left. There was a quite a big shocker for the ending of Little Doll and now we get to find out more. With Laila and Aiden on the run now, every page is laced with sheer tension.
The first part of this book has Aiden explaining a lot of truths to Laila. We were left thinking the worst of Aiden, and Laila didn't know who to trust any more. She thought Aiden was the only person left she could put her trust in and he let her down. It's here in Crimson Desert, we find he didn't. It was all part of a bigger plan.
This book shows the tension and nail biting moments, whilst they are trying to get as far away from Mexico as possible. Even though they have some help, people are still getting hurt along the way.
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