Good Gone Bad (The Fallen Men #3) by Giana Darling


They say one action doesn’t define you. 
I killed a man. Stabbed him in the neck and licked the blood off my lips after I did it. 
Still, one action doesn’t define you. 
I could have called anyone. My father, the Prez of The Fallen MC, our family lawyer, my best friend, Lila, or my brother, King. 
I didn’t. 
Instead, I called Lionel Danner, the police officer renowned for taking down the Nightstalkers MC. The man who had been my father’s arch nemesis for decades. The man who hated everything I stood for. A man who had disappeared from my life without explanation three years ago. 
I called him. 
And maybe one action doesn’t define you, but killing a bad man and calling in the good changed my life and it sure as hell changed his. 

The third book in the Fallen Men series. A standalone featuring Harleigh Rose and Officer Lionel Danner. 

Sashay’s $0.02:

What can I say that hasn’t already been said for this book by other rave reviews? Addictive, intoxicating, binge worthy? Yes to all of these. Darling is an incredible story teller, and I was happily lost in this story from page one. 

Good Gone Bad perfectly walks the line of light and dark with complex characters and a gripping plot. I didn’t know if it was possible to get better than Welcome to the Dark side, but then we are given Harleigh Rose, with her strength and sass absolute devotion to the people she loves. She was flawed and a bit rough around the edges but that’s what made her completely endearing. 

Danner was alpha perfection. There is a famous quote that goes something like “love her, but leave her wild”. I think this perfectly sums up his and Harleigh’s love. They both know when to challenge one another. I love it when authors give an alpha a female counterpart that compliment them In the best possible way. That’s exactly what you have with these two. The angst and love and emotion that runs so deep with this story, it was excellent. 

If Darling isn’t on your radar, she needs to be. This entire series has been insanely good and it just keeps getting better. To say I’m looking forward to the next installment in this series would be an understatement. Bravo. 

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