Scout, Sparrow and Sully were introduced in K. Webster's Cinderella series as the Terror Triplets. They terrorized their step sister, Ash and I didn't think there was anyway I could change my mind on them being anything but vile, awful human beings. Of course K. Webster has worked her magic and did the unthinkable. The brothers are terribly flawed, obsessive and broken. Initially there was no way I could see any redemption for them. They have lost a lot since being shunned from the Constantine family. They have been taken in by the Morelli family who are known enemies of the Constantines and have been given a new task. They must invade the life of Landry Croft, the daughter of well known billionaire, Alexander Croft. It is their job to take her, her father and his entire empire down. The brothers were all very different. Sully is the one I connected to the most and am eager to know more about. He comes across as the most mature out of the three. He is also quiet and broody at times and I need to know more about him asap. Next, we have Sparrow. He seems to be the lighter of the three. He is witty, sarcastic and quite charming. Scout is the darkest of the three brothers and most damaged, and broken. He is dangerous and harboring some pretty dark scars. There is a lot more to him and I desperately need more. Landry is a beautiful girl. She has a massive heart, is protective of her sister, and is a prisoner in her own home. She feels sheltered and caged by her father and his rules and is any one deserved a Prince Charming it would be Landry but little does she know she is getting the complete opposite with these three brothers with their mind games and obsessive nature. I do think the brothers are capable of redemption and I am rooting for them, I am just going to need a lot more first. This was just the beginning and the story conclude with Death Wish, which is set to release on March 29th.
Ever since this book was announced, I could not wait to get my hands on it and K Webster slayed it. Readers first met the “terror triplets” in the Cinderella Trilogy and now we see them full force. Sully, Sparrow and Scout are living a life not of their own making when they are given a task that will tax them all. They are a guilty pleasure as the pages turn seeing how competitive and domineering they are, as they do what they must to get the job done. Landry is a woman trapped by her father and unable to leave her h*ll because she does not want to subject her younger sister to his maltreatment. Each of the triplets is tasked with interacting with Landry which makes for some very compelling scenes which the author illustrates beautifully. This storyline will have anyone glued to their favorite reading spot for as long as it takes to finish this book. A heads up, it does end in a cliffhanger but that just makes the next installment that much sweeter to pick up when it becomes available. I recommend this book.
I absolutely loved this terrible trio of tyrant thugs in Triple Threat! Sparrow, Sully, and the psycho Scout, under the guidance of their Morelli uncle, sends the triplets on a job to infiltrate the Croft family, but specifically Landry, the daughter of the tech magnate. But Landry is hiding what happens behind closed doors. And poor Della, her sister, breaks my heart with her plight in life. It was devastating and heart wrenching. But chaos ensues because when these crazy triplets focus on a female it is not a good thing. I love these wonderful stories of the Midnight Dynasty!