Sins That Define Us, Madly Ever After #3, by E.M Lindsey

Found family and love can conquer all, even war. Sins That Define Us is the third book in the Madly Ever After retellings series.

From the blurb:

My name might be Alice, and this sure as hell isn’t wonderland, but everyone is definitely a little mad here.

Promises were made, vows were spoken, and now it’s up to me to usher in a new era and generation of the Walsh Family.

We just need to rid the world of the man who called himself my father in order to do it.

But it’s not as easy as it seems. Not with hidden agendas and new chess pieces on the board. It’s one thing to stand in front of the world and call myself Kane Walsh’s wife—queen to his vast empire of death, but it’s quite another to act on that power without proof I can be as ruthless as the four men who love me.

Revenge is close enough that I can taste it, and it will be sweet.

And all I can really hope for is that all four men will be by my side when all is said and done. After all, what would the new queen be without her knights in blood-stained armor?

The Sins That Define Us is the third and final book in an MFMMM, modern mafia fairy tale trilogy that tells the story of how heroes and villains might not always be what they seem. It features spicy MF, MMMMF, and MM scenes, and ends in a Happily Ever

Angel's Review:

This is the third and final book in the Madly Ever After series. I have been blown away by these installments and I'm devastated it's over. Although... What an ending!! 

The relationship that these men have built between each other is astonishing and breathtaking, then then opening their arms,heart, and home to Alice was even more incredible. I really enjoy EM's writing style, I have always been drawn in by their writing. It's always so detailed, the plot is always thought out, and the characters all have their own personalities and backstories. They all have a reason to be a part of the story, even the bad guys. They played a mighty big role in this story, for sure. I was shocked by who the mole was. I did not see it coming! And I was thrilled that I was surprised! That was a job well done on EM's part. They. managed to keep the suspense and mystery alive throughout the course of three books. 

I'm so glad we got to see these amazing characters welcome their child into the world, I loved those tender and sweet scenes. They were my favorite. Ari, James, Phoenix, Alice, and Kane are characters that are going to stay with me for a bit,. These characters were broken by bad people; and despite them doing bad things too, they had a code. They followed that code. And they never harmed innocent people.  I'm sad to see this series end... Maybe at some point we could get Leo and Rhys's story? 

'Maybe a little madly. Definitely too deeply. But it's enough.'

I loved these books, and I highly recommend that you read this series. Remember! This book cannot be read as a standalone! You have to read all three in order to understand what's going on. 

Rating: 5 Stars

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