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Sins, Lies & Spies (Black Brothers Series Book 2) by [Cardiff, Lisa]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2058 KB
  • Print Length: 283 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 168058491X
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (9 Feb. 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01B8GSN9O
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This novel was a great, fast-paced read.

Knox and Trinity are so sexy together! On opposing sides, their attraction is hard to deny, but can they trust each other?

Knox has never had the desire to settle down but from the moment he sets eyes on Trinity, with her gun pointing at him, he wants her with a fierceness that takes him by surprise and won’t let him go.

Trinity is looking for an HEA – she wants the fairytale, she wants to love and be loved. Knox evokes feelings in her that terrify her. She’s just coming out of a messy relationship and she’s scared to trust her feelings.

Told in dual POV, this novel had great pace, with danger and mystery that added extra thrills to this romance. Knox and Trinity have great chemistry together, and I loved their connection. I thoroughly enjoyed the story. Can’t wait for the third novel in this series.

**I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.**
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You know that feeling you used to get when you were a child and you were going really high on a swing? The way your stomach slowly flip-flops over and over? That slightly queasy feeling that you somehow still enjoyed? This book gave me that feeling.
There is so much deceit and so many lies that just when you get your hopes up, your stomach takes another dive.
By no means was this a "teary" book but I did have a lump in my throat.

This is book #2 in the Black Brothers series. I really loved book #1 and Archer Black was certainly yummy but even then, I was drawn to Knox and desperately wanted his story.

Knox is brooding and carefree all at once. He works hard and he plays just as hard, as long as there's no strings, no commitment and no whiney, needy women. Knox is happy with the life he's carved out for himself.

Along comes Trinity. She's been burned more than once and doesn't trust easily.
Thrust together when their paths cross, neither one trusts the other but they soon find that they need each other in order to accomplish their goals.
Can they get over their mistrust of each other or are they destined to second guess each move the other makes?

I read this book easily in a day. It's a great read that flows seamlessly and although not super intense, it has enough to keep you from putting it down. I look forward to book #3.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x94575408) out of 5 stars 26 reviews
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x945a2984) out of 5 stars Honest Review 24 Feb. 2016
By Romance Readers Retreat - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
You know that feeling you used to get when you were a child and you were going really high on a swing? The way your stomach slowly flip-flops over and over? That slightly queasy feeling that you somehow still enjoyed? This book gave me that feeling.
There is so much deceit and so many lies that just when you get your hopes up, your stomach takes another dive.
By no means was this a "teary" book but I did have a lump in my throat.

This is book #2 in the Black Brothers series. I really loved book #1 and Archer Black was certainly yummy but even then, I was drawn to Knox and desperately wanted his story.

Knox is brooding and carefree all at once. He works hard and he plays just as hard, as long as there's no strings, no commitment and no whiney, needy women. Knox is happy with the life he's carved out for himself.

Along comes Trinity. She's been burned more than once and doesn't trust easily.
Thrust together when their paths cross, neither one trusts the other but they soon find that they need each other in order to accomplish their goals.
Can they get over their mistrust of each other or are they destined to second guess each move the other makes?

I read this book easily in a day. It's a great read that flows seamlessly and although not super intense, it has enough to keep you from putting it down. I look forward to book #3.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x945a29b4) out of 5 stars Spy vs. Spy 29 Mar. 2016
By Robin Powers - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Get the information and get out of there. Knox knows his mission and things are running as smoothly as can be expected. Except while downloading the files and grabbing the flash drive, there’s a gun pointed at him. Trinity is a spy also so they should have that in common, right? Except she is working for the other side. Between the secrets, lies and all out spying, will these two ever be able to meet in the middle? Not to mention whoever is leaving Trinity threatening notes and trying to scare the crap out her.

“Incapable of stopping myself, I slanted forward, halving the space between us. I could hear the chaotic drum of her heart. She smelled citrusy—almost like a lemon meringue pie—and I had the ridiculous urge to lick the long column of her throat. Her breath caught and her lips parted, a faint blush moving up her cheeks. Time suspended, shimmering around us with unleashed potential. A hundred thoughts trickled through my mind, sending a dark, unsettling heat rippling through my body. If I were a gambling man, I would’ve bet she wanted me to kiss her and a whole lot more. I felt like I was losing my mind because there was no way anything could happen between us.

Her warm chocolate eyes hardened, turning black, and all too soon, she snapped out of whatever trance we were under. She slapped my hand away. ‘I’m not afraid of you, Knox Black.’ The smoky warmth of her voice made my heart bang against my ribcage.”

This is the second story about the Black Brothers but it can be read as a standalone. I did like the whole spy thing and trying to stop blackmail or political manipulation. This series really makes me think all politics are full of superficial people. I guess we need people like Knox to try to keep them in line. I would have probably liked more details regarding Miles’ involvement but otherwise a very enjoyable, light romance.

We have one more brother to find out about. Gunnar is kind of mystery since he wasn’t raised with his two older brothers. I bet we have no idea what we will end up with that man. I can’t wait.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x94b93f78) out of 5 stars Honest Review 3.5 21 Mar. 2016
By Ramblings From Beneath the Sheets - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Sins, Lies and Spies
Lisa Cardiff
3.5 stars

This is book two in the Black Brothers Series. I have not read the first book which left me a little off when turning through the pages here. You all know I love to read everything in a series even if they are considered stand alones. So please take that into consideration – you all know Im wired crazy like that. Book one centered around Archer Black and he is of course mentioned in this release so I couldn’t get my mind off of who he was.

This is Knox’s story.

Knox is the head of a private military investigations company who specializes in intelligence. He gathers info for whomever will pay him diving into the darkest depths of political indignity and corruption. His next job – find out who is behind swaying votes in Congress and why. Swaying is the nice way of putting what is happening … In and out is Knox’s motto for everything .. even down to his women. But facing off with Trinity Jones was NOT in the plan.

Trinity Jones knew he would be there .. Knox Black. Easy steal .. he gets the info she takes it from him. She was trained by one of the best – right or wrong side of the law. Trust .. she doesn’t give it nor does she need it. She trust no one but herself but Knox Black is getting under her skin. She can't let that happen. Using him might prove to be the wrong thing.

This story is pretty good but I just couldn’t get into the characters. I didn’t find myself consumed by the story. It wasn’t bad but it didn’t make me want to lose sleep and continue turning the pages. Having said that, if you are a Black Brothers fan you will love this release. Knox has plenty of alpha male to go around for a couple hundred women. Don’t shoot me but it just wasn’t for me .. it doesn’t mean it won't be for you so click it up and give it a whirl. I can honestly say it probably was the lack of intense situations as I like a lot more action packed drama in my reads. A little too slow …
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HASH(0x9457ab70) out of 5 stars Like the name of our spy guy 2 April 2016
By Alphas Do It Better Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Spy against spy

Black. Knox Black. Like the name of our spy guy, this book was a knockout! Sins, Lies and Spies is the 2nd book in the Black Brothers series. I hadn’t read the first (I will be now!) but this book can easily be read as a standalone. There are some references to what happened in book 1 but doesn’t distract from its own story.

Knox is the big fish at a private military investigations company specializing in intelligence gathering. He’s fantastic at his job and has adopted a “get in and get out” way of working that spills over to his life…and his women. This new job shouldn’t be difficult, it’s just exposing corruption at the top of the political ladder, no biggie. He’s tasked with finding out who is stealing votes in Congress and what their game is.

Jones. Trinity Jones. She’s been trained for this. She knows the spy game and is set to find out the same information but she’s planning to employ a slightly different strategy. She knew Knox was going to be working the same job and well that just makes her job easier…she thinks. Her plan is to wait for him to do the hard stuff (uncover the corruption) and then she’ll steal it from him…easy peasy. But Knox has a way of complicating things. She quickly learns that using Knox might not be as easy as she thinks, for her career or her life.

Our two enigmas are instantly drawn to each other. Both are HOT, tough-guy spies that rarely trust anyone, least of all, another spy. Can a spy, built to mistrust everyone and everything, ever find middle ground and learn to love? This was a great read and I love the Black Brothers. It kept me guessing every step of the way and has a surprise twist at the end that fits the characters perfectly. If you love your Bond movies and spy thrillers, pick up this book and get ready to ride the roller coaster of our political system and the even crazier twists and turns of love.

Review by AnnMarie
HASH(0x943a475c) out of 5 stars Who is telling the truth... 6 May 2016
By readingteeners - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Danger follows the Black brothers and it definitely makes for a good read! Lisa Cardiff gives us an exciting second installment in the Black Brothers Series and focuses her attention on Knox! I loved the danger and adrenaline that is laced all throughout Sins, Lies, & Spies. This book is brimming with secrets and you never know what to expect on the next page. Blackmail always creates a deadly drama and this book shares that theme in spades.

This book escalates quickly thanks to the danger factor. I would usually get annoyed at the instant relationship between the two main characters but seeing the danger unfold and the threat that looms in the story, you can somewhat understand the instant connection and the lust and passion that comes from being in danger and having to rely on each other so much. Knox is exactly what I expected him to be. He is a bada$$ who is intelligent and sees things in a new light. Watching him piece together everything was fun to watch and his skills are on full display. Trinity is the female equivalent to Knox. She is a super spy in her own way but something about Knox keeps her off balance. These two complement each other and I loved watching them learn to work together and fall in love. The culprit behind everything was quite the surprise and when truth is revealed, everything changes. I loved the twists and turns. Lisa does a good job of leading us on a story of lies, spies, and passion. There is no shortage of excitement and she packs a punch in this book.
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