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Book Review: Lessons in Corruption by Giana Darling

Lessons in Corruption by Giana Darling 
Series: The Fallen Men, #1
Genre: Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 378 pages
Source: My Copy
Published on December 1st 2017 by Giana Darling (first published November 29th 2017)
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He was eighteen.
The heir to a notorious, criminal MC.
And my student.

There was no way I could get involved.
No way I could stay involved.
Then, no way I could get out alive.

I wasn’t so sure if I’d like Lessons in Corruption but I had heard good things about this series and I do enjoy a good age difference story. The difference in this book is that the heroine is the one that’s older instead of the hero.

“You’re a King who makes her want to be his rough-and-tumble Queen.”

Cressida is unhappy with her marriage but she doesn’t do anything about it until she sees King. She decides to change her life and try to be happy, starting with divorcing her husband.

King is just a student but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t know what he wants or stop him from going after it. This time what he wants is Cressida.

The romance was very captivating to me. There’s something just so different about it maybe because the heroine was older or because the hero was younger but still more dominating one than she is. King is sweet in a bad ass kind of way and Cressida is a feisty good girl.

All in all after having not so great reading month I absolutely loved reading this and I’m so exited for the second book, Welcome to the Dark Side since I really liked Zeus (King’s dad) even though he only had small part here. This  was my first Giana Darling book and I can’t wait to read more if I love all of her books as much I enjoyed this one.

4 stars

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