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A con turned cop. An urchin turned woman. A web of lies. An epic love. Set in the fantasy world of Menelon, Sir Vincent Sultaire is the Raven, a rakehell, playboy, con turned copy in the City – State of Fernwall. His lover, Lady Angelique Blakesly, is on the surface a wealthy, widowed baroness and devout member of the conservative Guardian Paladin church. However, not all is what it seems. Behind Lady Angelique’s careful poise and reserve lies her identity as the Iris, one of Fernwall’s most successful high-stake burglars.
After a brilliantly executed theft of the priceless necklace T Torg-Dernad, Sir Vincent is put in charge of the investigation. This appointment sets the stage for a race against time and a test of true love as The Iris is desperate to keep him from learning the truth.
A thief set to catch a thief. Steamy sex, love, and lies intersect as Raven’s Tears take readers on a journey across the breadth of Fernwall and through time as the Raven unravels a dizzying collection of deceptions behind the crime. Will true love survive?
Raven’s Tears by Alesia Matson and Michael Matson is an amazing erotica read. I started reading the book and it was full of interesting characters and an amazing plot but my other business picked up so I had to have my cousin step in to read the entire book so I could give an accurate review. Well, she loves to read and once she read the back cover of the book she was all game to give a book review. She thought that the book was so good that she managed to read it entirely within just two days. She felt as though the words used in the book were a perfect match that you actually help her visualize the stories and the characters all could be visualized as well. The plot was amazing and she is even looking out for when the next book of this series is released. Overall, she recommends this book for those who like reading erotica as the book does contain some of that.
Disclaimer: I received a review copy of Raven’s Tears in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.