Review of Web of Lies by Sara Dailey & Staci Weber

Web of Lies by Sara Dailey & Staci Weber

Luke is the next Enforcer of Red Ridge he has been kept separate from the next Alpha , well not sure who next Alpha will be now.  Cade was raised to be the next Alpha, but Adrian is older and also the Alpha's son.  The is disharmony among the pack now as to who should be the next Alpha. 
Scarlett, her Dad and her Brother but not really infiltrate the Red Ridge to put the Alphas two sons at each others throats as well as cause more dysfunction among the pack.  They need the money this pack has and it is up to Scarlett to Seduce Luke and cause even more issues withing the pack.

The characters are continuing from the last 3 books in this series.  What a Great Series this is.
I really felt for Scarlett as to what her dad and her Alpha wanted her to do was to whore herself to Luke.
Along the way she has second thoughts.  Luke is not going to be easy to seduce.
The book does leave the reader hanging at the end, oh well have to wait for the next book in this series!!

5 Stars

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