I’ve been through hell to get to this place. To wear the perfect white dress and stand beside Royce Hale, the liar I tried desperately not to fall in love with and failed.
Or maybe I’m still trapped in hell because the devil is here too. He lurks at my side, plotting terrible ways to make me his.
It’s win at all costs in this family, and I know now just how far the Hales will go to get what they want.
But you can’t survive in a house full of lies without learning the art of deception, and once I become a Hale, I’ll show them exactly what I’ve mastered.
They said the fall from heaven was painful, but I didn’t know going up to join the gods was going to be as well. Was I even going to survive it?
I can’t even begin to describe how much I loved this story and how much I needed this story in my life. The Deception is the third and final book in the Filthy American’s Trilogy and let’s just say this series went out with a bang.
I have loved Marist from the start. She has grown so much throughout this series and is now not afraid to battle against Macalister and all his games. She was playing with the best of them and willing to do whatever she could to win this game. Once she officially became a Hale, it was all over. She was the strongest she had ever been. I loved how much Royce cared for Marist, I loved that he was supportive of her and let her flourish.
I was on the edge of my seat reading this book. I was completely sucked into the Hales’ world and wanted to know more, I wanted to know what was going to happen next, and who would come out on top. I loved every single moment of this story. There were so many twists and turns that you don’t see coming, but all the unanswered questions are answered by the end.
My only complaint is that I wish it was a dual POV because there are so many times, I would have loved to see Royce’s POV on the situation, but regardless it was still absolutely fantastic.
If you’re looking for a steamy, twisted, suspenseful series this is one to check out! A MUST READ!