Wicked and True: Zyron & Tessa Part 2 by Shayla Black
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Zy and Tessa part two!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌍
Character development: 😠😘🤓😉🥰
Narration Type: Solo Narration
The Hero: Chase Zyron Garrett (a.k.a. Zy) – he works as a demolitions expert at E.M. Security Management and they have a mole at the company who has been giving information to the cartel. He is told that it has to be either his best friend Trees or the girl he loves but couldn’t have, Tessa. He has been unable to date her due to a no fraternization clause in their contracts at work.
The heroine: Tessa – she is a single mom and an assistant at E.M. Security Management. She is in love with Zy, but is unable to be with him because they both have three year contracts with a no fraternization clause. Zy had offered to take care of her if she quit her job but she wanted to be independent and make her own way. So she had looked for other jobs but couldn’t find one.
The Story: Chase has spent the last weeks doing research into his best friend Trees and had cleared him of being the mole. The bosses now wanted Zy to get closer to Tessa, seduce her and find out if she is the source of the leaks. The bosses will have her sign a new contract with some changes including the removal of the no fraternization rule. So now Zy can finally get close to Tessa like he wanted but will be spying on her while doing it. Not the best way to start a relationship.
This book was told in dual points of view via solo narration. Like Wicked as Lies this one was narrated by Troy Duran who always does a terrific job. He does a great romantic Hero with his deep and sultry voice and he has a passable woman voice as well, which doesn’t get on my nerves like when some men to a woman’s voice.
The storyline about the mole within the company was a good one and it took some great twists and turns along the way. The romance was great, there were some super steamy scenes and a whole lot of suspense. I don’t want to give anything more away, so I will only say that this book was better than the first part of Zy and Tessa’s story.
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