Phantom: Her Ruthless Fiancé: 50 Loving States, Kentucky: Ruthless Triad, Book 5 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Pro-tip: Don’t agree to a fake engagement with a ruthless mafia crime lord like me after you catch your real fiancé cheating. I just might keep you.
She agreed to be mine for as long as it takes for a business deal to go through. She thinks this is a game. One she’ll win if she plays by the rules.
Here’s what she doesn’t understand. When it comes to me, there are no rules.
Scruples? Integrity? Playing fair? Nah.
Our engagement might be fake, but she’s about to find out...I’m for real obsessed.
There’s nothing I won’t do to make her mine.
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 3 minutes|
|Narrator||Clementine Dove, Rex Yune|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 13, 2021|
|Publisher||Rom Tell That|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #39,755 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#107 in Multicultural Romance
#1,713 in Crime Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#2,874 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
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Glad all of the Silent Triad got their endings and this series is over, but honestly... i dont think i enjoyed this one. Ive read a lot of TT's books and I love most of them. And dont get me wrong, i love Phantom... but i hated the wishy washy attitude in the whole thing.
Once AGAIN misunderstandings and lack of communication are the catalysts for drama for an otherwise perfect couple. But whats doubly annoying about it showing up in this story is the insistence to make both the female lead (i guess shes supposed to be a secret so i wont spoil her name - but its honestly kind of a random woman) and Phantom be super adamant about being honest with each other and trusting just to literally keep secrets and basically betray each other in the story.
Weird attempt by TT to include extra drama at the end, but I guess I need to become an author because I LITERALLY guessed (100% accurately) what the "twist" at the tail end was. And it was soooo not justified, which is why i cant give this anything higher than 2 stars. (I SERIOUSLY have a problem with "i didnt memorize your phone number" as one of the things that causes a massive problem at the end.
Big problem with this too is as much as Phantom was in Victor's and Han's stories, they were barely in his and I really wanted more male-bonding brotherhood, loyalty stuff. Especially since Victor and Han's stories are finished (or finishing, depending on when the story is taking place), i feel like it wouldnt have been hard to have Phantom interacting with them a lot more.
So basically - loved Phantom and his crass, direct attitude, but he isnt as scary as Victor & Han's story portray him. I think Victor was more "ruthless" and effed up honestly. Also i dont know if i hated the female lead or what TT wrote for her as a character. Its a very small portion of the story but wow they made Amber (Luca's lady) out to seem like a real jugemental b**ch, which I didnt think was possible since she was so understanding in Victor & Dawn's story. But someone had to take the hit I guess so that the female lead could show her "loyalty" to Phantom, so why not have it be the blind, normally very supportive and strong lawyer take it, as opposed to some other minor or side character. The point could still be made that the Female Lead supports Phantom without sh*tting on the star of another story series.
I dunno, also - another abrupt ending (because you have to get TTs newsletter to read the Epilogue) with a mediocre story, so im a little upset with the story as a whole.
Ms. Taylor pulled a Vanessa Williams and Saved the Best for Last.
Please, I’m begging you. Pay close attention to Hak-kan’s (Phantom) dialogue. The things that come out of his mouth had me laughing out loud several times. I don’t want to confuse you. This isn’t a comedy. Think in terms of a wisecracking hero. He has no filter. But this straight talking crude man manages to work himself into straight laced Olivia’s heart.
This is the fifth and final installment in the series and it’s my favorite. I loved Han, but Hak-Kan ... big sigh. The man didn’t only steal Olivia’s heart, I think he’ll steal yours as well.
Top reviews from other countries
Olivia was such a Southern Bell, she was polite and trusting and she saw Phantom, really saw how lovely he was.
The whole story was so good I'm going to read again so I can really soak it all in.
Loved Loved the whole series, brilliantly written and so entertaining.