An Armed & Dangerous/Circle of Justice Crossover Novel
Dover comes the crossover fans having been waiting for! Beloved characters from
her Armed & Dangerous and Circle of Justice novels come together in this
tantalizing new series!
That all changed with the death of my father. As I moved into the position of
power over the Corsino empire, enemies to the family tried to take over my
city. They thought I would be weakened by my loss. They don’t know me.
My name is Dominic Corsino, and I have a ravenous appetite for money, power,
and women. The last of which I pushed aside when Faith Hilliard, a close family
friend, turned up in need of help. I’ve always wanted her, yet couldn’t bring
myself to involve her in the dark savagery of my world. Now, she’s within my
grasp once more. If I didn’t fear her running from my brutal truth, I would
have already tasted her sweet temptation.
But the time for hesitation passes when a fighter in my underground ring is murdered.
With my family name at stake, I can no longer hide who I am and what I’m
capable of. It’s all coming down to a one winner-takes-all match. If I walk
away with the prize, the threats against the Corsinos will be crushed. If I
lose, our entire empire will crumble.
It’s a dangerous game … and I’m ready to play.
author L. P. Dover is a southern belle living in North Carolina with her husband and
two beautiful girls. Before she began her literary journey she worked in
periodontics, enjoying the wonderment of dental surgeries.
hikes, and has a passion for singing. Her youngest daughter, who she’s also
written a children’s book with, expects a concert each and every night before
bedtime, usually Christmas carols.
including a children’s book with her youngest daughter, but her favorite to
write is romantic suspense. However, she has found a new passion in romantic
comedy, especially involving sexy golfers. Who knew the sport could be so dirty
and fun to write about.
Dangerous Game was a continuation of “In the Crossfire”, if you wanted to know more about Layla’s brother Dominic and Bestfriend Faith then this is the book for you. I liked the book because I always love when authors give you the stories of secondary characters from her previous books.
I would have wished that L.P. would have taken her time developing Faith and Dominic’s romance or maybe did a little past and present action because I just felt that their story was rushed, it was a whirlwind romance.
In this book we really get more of the evil Cartwright and I must say that L.P. really created a villainous character worth hating.
I am interested to see what L.P. has in store for Reed, Connor, and Micah….I’m really hoping that she writes a book about Micah…there is just something about that character
Reviewed by: Glori I.