After Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Book 2) by Gwyn McNamee – Review by Liz Vrchota

After Wrath (The Deadliest Sin Series Book 2)After Wrath by Gwyn McNamee
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow! Wow! Wow! Each time I pick up a Gwyn McNamee book I swear that there is no way this new one could possibly top the last of hers I just read. Yet, every time I am completely proven wrong. There is no exception to the rule with After Wrath. This is the second book in the Deadliest Sin Series, and I would highly recommend that you start with book one, Wrath, before diving into this one. I suppose if you really didn’t want to you could read it as a stand alone, but I can’t imagine these books being anything but worth every single moment of your time. I love that these are short and sweet, well not sweet but you know what I mean. I was able to fully enjoy this book in one sitting during a rainy evening and it was over just in time for me to get a wee bit of sleep. Of course it be over was devastating, especially considering it will be August before we get to see what will come next in this series. Perfect amount of time to do a re-read however!

Alek, oh my goodness Alek. The man I pictured while reading his story was the perfect ideal, the bad boy type that you bring home to mom just to bug her, yet delicious to and sweet when it comes down to romance with Brynn. We don’t see a lot of details from her considering this is written strictly from Alek’s point of view, but I actually like the way things turned out in that regards. Same heads up as last time, this book is a dark read, one that may have you going uh eww a few moments but honestly so worth every one. I like seeding Ms. McNamee write so dark, it is very suiting for her and quite possibly my favorite books that she writes. I look forward to seeing what else she has in store for us, whether it be with this series or any other goodies she may have up her sleeve! Thanks for this fantabulous read Ms. McNamee!

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