Review: The Proposition: The Ferro Family (The Proposition #3) by H. M. Ward

The Proposition 3

The Proposition: The Ferro Family (The Proposition #3) by H. M. Ward



Blackmail. Sex. Ferro.

An engaement is the farthest thing from my mind, but as Neil holds up the ring I glance around and notice someone is missing. Maggie. The man had the audacity to invite everyone else except my best friend. Where is she? When I go to find out, I don't like what I discover.

Once, I'd thought I was different from the Ferros and the Campagones, but when it comes down to it--I'm exactly the same.

Genre: New Adult Romance
This story unfolds over 5 volumes approx. 125 pages each.



3 out of 5 stars

I thought this was a nice middle to the story (this is part 3 of 5). There is tension right from the start with a nice mix of drama throughout as well as some hotness. More about Maggie was learned which I liked. There was some drama at the end with Bryan but nothing was really explained. It was weird and intriguing all at the same time. Hallie seems to be all over the place with her thought process and is kind of frustrating me, I'm curious as to where it will go from there. I do like that characters from other books are a part of the story, I think they are mixed in well. This was a fast read but parts of it felt a bit choppy but overall I enjoyed it.

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.



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