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Inferno's Kiss

Inferno's Kiss - Monica Burns Monica Burns spins her best addition to her Order of the Sicari series showcasing her talent as a master storyteller.Cleo Vorenus can’t handle another change in her life. First she learns that she has a brother who was abducted by their enemy. The same brother hates her people, the Sicari, and who could blame him? He has been trained to do so. Her mother just revealed that the father whom she believed has died is really Marcus and he is far from dead. All of the latest events have really pushed Cleo over the edge.Tired from the painful news and extremely pissed off with her mother, Cleo asks to be assigned for a mission in Rome to save her friend. The assignment should have been an easy task to get her mind off her troubles but pairing up with Sicari Lord Heir Dante Condellaire is making it impossible. Dante is a man with many obligations and burdens and he carries it on his shoulders. For years, he has practiced celibacy with ease but Cleo tests his vows.Dante and Cleo take a thrilling ride to find missing scrolls to uncover a mystery within their world. Monica Burns waste no time throwing in plot twists and connecting the dots to all the questions from the previous books. In my opinion this book is definitely the best in the series. Dante and Cleo is an amazing couple. I loved the fact that Dante is a virgin hero. To top it off the author slowly works on Marcus and Atia’s relationship. They have shared so much heartache and loss. It is great to know that they have finally let go of the past.This book is full of action and drama. The fight scenes are great. The plot curves and bends with shocking revelations. I don’t know if it is the author’s love for exotic places but she draws out the locations with perfect details in each of her book. I got hooked from the first page as she swept me through the cities with excitement. I think this could be a stand alone book but I would recommend reading the first two will give readers insight to the characters and their relationship.