Triple Threat

· Dangerous Press
20 reviews

About this ebook

I'm a prisoner in a prestigious world.

A perfect princess locked in a tower.

My father will never let me go. Not that I could leave. I would never abandon my little sister.

Hope comes in the form of a devilishly handsome man with dark eyes and darker secrets. With each encounter, I'm lured deeper into the labyrinth. The danger lurking beneath his surface calls to me, even as it warns me away.

Except there's a new side of him every time we meet. A different danger each time we touch. It's as if three different men want to devour me. He's not just one villain. He's three.

Welcome to the Midnight Dynasty... The warring Morelli and Constantine families have enough bad blood to fill an ocean, and their brand new stories will be told by your favorite dangerous romance authors.

WARNING: This book is intended for readers eighteen years old and over. It contains material that some readers could find disturbing. Enter at your own risk...

Ratings and reviews

20 reviews
Melanie Thomson
January 17, 2022
After the Cinderella Trilogy, I didn't think the terror triplets were redeemable but I'm beginning to be won over. Triple Threat is a reverse harem with a twist as our heroine, Landry, thinks they are all one man. This book ends in a cliffhanger and I can't wait to find out what happens in the 2nd part of this duet.
L Gonzalez
January 14, 2022
I hated the Terror Triplets in the Cinderella trilogy, but I thought they could be redeemable towards the end. So, I was excited to know that they were getting their own story. I knew before reading it that I would end up loving Sparrow, Sully and even Scout. Told in multiple points of views, we get to go inside the triples' minds, which was great. I instantly liked Sully and Sparrow, while it took a bit of time for Scout. Then again he's the darkest of all three. Also didn't get to know him as much as the other two. I was expecting the Terror Triplets to be more terrorizing. They actually seem tame to what they did to Ash. I liked Landry a lot. She has a backbone and can handle the triples. I loved how she was able to tell them apart, even when she thought they were one person. My favorite was Heathen. So many great scenes with that cat. 4.5 stars
Jenn Hasted
January 15, 2022
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.

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