Enigma: The Mystery Unmasked (Enigma #3)

Enigma: The Mystery Unmasked (Enigma #3)

Enigma: The Mystery Unmasked by Shandi Boyes

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

That cliffhanger!

Thank goodness this series is already out up to book #9 because I would be all flavors of mad right now if I had to wait any period of time to find out what happens next!
I thoroughly enjoy the friendship between Isabelle and Hugo, and the way he reacts to her emotions. I love how he is the guardian angel of their relationship, standing vigil when either one of them needs a nudge in the right direction. Earlier in the series Isaac needed the nudge. In this book it is Isabelle who needs the nudge.
I like the dual POV because it gave insight into the intentions a character had when they did something otherwise cringe-worthy. Isaac’s behavior when Isabelle went to the club was… less than impressive. But, when told from his POV it was less maddening.
Overall, I really like this series thus far. Can’t wait to dig into the next book!

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Before Isabelle, my every accomplishment was measured by the success of my empire, the wealth in my bank accounts, and my prestigious reputation. Now, none of that matters. I would give it all away in an instant if it meant she was safe and protected. 

Maintaining control in a rational and astute manner is what has made my empire the success it is. But the one thing I want to control the most is the one thing that is uncontrollable. 

But I won’t give up. 

I’ll fight to protect Isabelle until my very last breath. I’ll fight until my hands 
become that stained, they’ll never have the opportunity of becoming clean. 

I’ll never give up. 

Because Isabelle is mine, and I protect what is MINE. 

Author warning: adult content, sexual references and sex scenes.

Published by Amanda Marie

Compulsive reader. Romantic suspense/contemporary romance/dark romance/NA romance addict. Particularly fond of mafia, forced/arranged marriage, secret baby, kidnapping, and dark alpha heroes. Just out here doing my part for humanity- these books won't read themselves.

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