The Golden Chalice (Lee’s Girls 3), Sienna Mynx

TGCThe Golden Chalice, Sienna Mynx

Bookswagger Marcia: Three Crowns, swagger jacked, decent read. I have read Sienna Mynx before and I have enjoyed her spicy reads, I have never read the Lee girls series so The Golden Chalice was an unexpected surprise. The Golden Chalice brought to mind the bad boy turned good only for his woman trope. Let me explain, the hero was not a horrible man, he is quite likable. But don’t get me wrong he grew up with a code, the strict code of the streets but was willing to do what was necessary to protect the woman he loved. The story opened up with Lee the hero trying to regain the trust of Michelle, the heroine. During the biggest heist of their career Michelle lost their unborn child.  Now Lee has to win back her trust and make her believe in them as a couple again because after a loss like that it is understandable she does not care about anything, let alone want to feel again. I rated The Golden Chalice three crowns because the swagger was definitely there and I know at least four of my friends who are reading this review are going to bite my head off. Oh well they are just going to have to get their own blog, in all fun this is a wonderful interracial romance that is not just straight lovey dovey, there are some dark corners in this read. Which I know would appeal to the street and urban genre, which many of my friends love to read.

Purchase:

 Decadent Publishing | Amazon | Smashwords | ARe |

TGCtour Book Description:

 The Golden Chalice has been found. But at what price?

Michelle Dixon faith is shattered with the loss of her unborn child. She struggles to remember the reasons why she ever believed life as a jewel thief could ever bring her happiness. The truth is her belief was centered on her love for one man. It’s no longer enough. Though Lee Sullivan has made many mistakes, choosing love over greed isn’t one. Now with his enemies circling he battles the odds for another purpose. Winning back his woman’s heart.

After surviving the depths of Lee’s betrayal of her trust, Michelle decides to play one final hustle. The stakes? The love neither of them thought possible. There remains one problem. Lee won’t lose her. He can’t. Lee knows Michelle plots against him and he understands why. He must race against time and those determined to steal the Chalice in order to salvage what is most important to them both. And he will do it at all costs.

Win or lose, Lee’s fate is hers.

After a shocking turn of events turns their lives inside out Michell and Lee both discover the greatest treasure to be won.

Love. For it conquers all no matter the price.

Excerpt:

“What I want is to stop your pain. If I could have my wish it would be…I’d want our child to have lived.” His expression stilled and grew serious.

“Let’s be honest, Lee. Any child you and I have we’d destroy, after we destroyed each other.” She made to move around him and he stepped with her, blocking her pass. “Lee, move.”

“Take it back!” He frowned with cold fury.

Michelle adjusted her smile. “Why?”

“Don’t you ever dismiss our child’s death. Take it back!” he said through clenched teeth.

Michelle, shaken by the threat in his tone, had to lower her gaze. “Okay.”

Lee’s voice dropped an octave when he spoke again. “We lost our baby. It’s my fault. I should have protected you, trusted my instincts.”

“Lee, please stop.”

“I’ll make them pay. I’ll kill ’em all—”

“Stop it, dammit!” Lee blinked at her, confused. “Stop, okay? No more violence. I can’t take it.”

He touched her and she shrugged off his hand. Lee persisted and she was forced into his arms. Soon hers, of their own accord, were circling his waist. He kissed the top of her head. Stroked her hair.

“My first priority is you. I had to make sure you were okay, Michelle. Now that you are we’re starting again. Nothing has changed between us.” He relaxed his hold on her and brushed her cheeks with the backs of his fingers. She tensed over how soothing his touch was. With mild force, Lee grabbed her face in both hands. He brought his forehead down to hers until their skulls met. Michelle winced over the burn it drove through her brow, and gripped his wrist, trying hard to free herself. But his lips covered hers before she could manage the break. A crushingly needy kiss followed. She softened under its weight.

“Forgive me.” He breathed into her mouth, trying to pry her lips apart for another kiss. “Damn it, Michelle, forgive me, baby. Don’t make me beg.”

Michelle lowered her hands from his wrists. The caress of his lips inspired a trickle of love, sparking forbidden desires for him in her heart. What the hell was wrong with her? How could she even stomach the thought of them, together, now? Yet she could. It would be her secret truth. She loved him so badly, the truth hurt.

Giveaway: tour wide for 1 eBook copy of The Heist (Lee’s Girls, #1)  by Sienna Mynx Ends Dec. 18th a Rafflecopter giveaway

sienna_mynxAbout the Author:

Sienna Mynx is your naughty writer of Contemporary, and Historical Interracial Romance. Her tales are for readers that love the bad boys but desire to be the women that tame them. She currently has 22 published books, as an indie author. A current resident of southern Georgia, Sienna Mynx has emerged into the e-publishing scene deciding to take the business by the horns.

She runs her own publishing company The Divas Pen, and works with other indie-authors who want to understand how to self publish responsibly. Sienna has also released a series with Decadent Publishing, and has a paranormal story under Cobblestone Press. Her novels reflect her thirst for romance told from a dark, sensual perspective with the diversity women of all colors crave in Erotic Romance. Look for more to come.

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Posted on December 10, 2012, in Bookswagger, Swagger Book Reviews and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. i was so excited I cant wait to check it out

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  2. Interesting. I like to see females with their own publishing company.

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