This is the first book in the Dark Dream duet from Giana Darling, a new author to me and another great addition to the Midnight Dynasty World. I've been so curious about Tiernan Morelli, the black sheep of the family, the one Bryant Morelli uses for all his dirty work and oh, do we learn so much about this dark, deadly man who tries to hide his heart of gold. Bianca Belcante is wise beyond her years, knows that nothing in life is free it always comes with a price and yet the one person she wants should be the last person she craves. These two were all kinds of scorching tension and combustible chemistry that had me absolutely addicted to their story. If you are a fan of dark enemies to lovers, revenge, age gap then this is one story you won't want to miss. It will consume you from beginning to end, seduce you page after page and that ending will absolutely leave you begging for more!
Dangerous Romance exists in the Morelli/Constantine world created by Dangerous Press. You don't have to read the other books, by awesome authors, but it does give this book context. It makes some of the actions of Tiernan make more sense. One thing I learned from the other books is the villain is never who you expect and everyone does some truly horrible things. Back to Dangerous Temptation. Tiernan's motives haven't been revealed and Bianca. This is a dark romance there always uncomfortable elements it's the genre. Going past that. Yes, Tiernan can be cruel but he also takes care of medical care, the best schools. So there are some real conflictions there. The ending is crazy and unpected. Honestly I think this will be one of Giana's best duets. Anyone whose read her books knows she teases you in the begining and then slams you with an insane, emotional, and unexpected ending. I can not wait for the next book and the ending.
100% wasn’t sure I would love this! But I loved the Cinderella Trilogy by K Webster so if I can fall in love with that series, I figured I could love Tiernan too. And I DID. He was definitely different than I was expecting. Ruthless but with a bit of morality as well. I’ll be honest, I loved The Gentlemen. Henrik, Ezra, and Walcott. I needed more interaction with them. Bianca was great. Innocent but with a maturity that only comes from living a life like she lived. I actually really liked her. At first, from the prequel, I thought she’d be kinda whiny and immature due to her being a teenager but she wasn’t. She had just enough backbone to be submissive yet strong enough to stand up for what she believed in. And that’s something I can appreciate from a heroine. I read this book so quick, I’m gonna have to read it again! Can’t wait for the second part of this duet!