Audio Review ~ White Knight ~ Meghan March

Posted 30 September, 2019 by Brandee @ (un)Conventional Bookworms in Reviews / 3 Comments

Audio Review ~ White Knight ~ Meghan MarchWhite Knight by Meghan March
Narrator: Andi Arndt, Sebastian York
Series: Dirty Mafia Duet #2
Published by Audible Studios on August 6, 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Length: 5 hours, 55 minutes
Format: Audiobook
Source: Audible Purchase
4 Stars

I never expected to be anyone’s white knight. That’s not a role I’ve ever played.
But when the Casso crime family shifts into uncharted territory, they’re looking for a new hero, and they’re looking for me—Cannon Freeman, the black sheep.
But my time in disgrace is at an end.
It’s my turn to rise up and save the people who matter most to me.
Even if my family has never given a damn about me, I will not let them fall.
More than anything, I will not let her fall.

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Although not as suspenseful as its predecessor, White Knight was an engaging and exciting conclusion to the duet. And, of course, Ardnt and York were perfect!!

White Knight picked up where Black Sheep ended. Good thing since I’d been biting my nails anxiously awaiting the continuation of that scene. It was shocking but not for the reasons I’d been anticipating.

Once things are cleared up between Drew/Memphis and Cannon, the story took a turn. Memphis’s original purpose for insinuating herself into Cannon’s life changes and Cannon works to prove he’ll do whatever he can to get her the answers she needs. He also has to prove to his family – his father and brother – that he’s worthy. But he wants to be worthy by keeping himself clean.

Even though White Knight wasn’t as suspenseful as Black Sheep, MMarch kept me listening with all the character development and growth. I immensely enjoyed watching Memphis grow into the young woman she’s meant to be. Seeing Cannon find his place by Memphis’s side as well as withing his family was heartwarming. And watching as Dom, Cannon’s mob-boss father, realize what’s most important in life was a wonder. I also appreciated meeting other characters from the intertwining series which made me eager for their stories.

As if that all wasn’t impressive enough, MMarch threw a curve ball at me that left me with my jaw slack. I never saw it coming.

Ardnt and York…what can I say? They perfectly delivered the story, embodying Memphis and Cannon. Honestly, if they are narrating the related series, I’ll be using a few Audible credits. 😉

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Brandee is a mom of 3 and a soon-to-be empty nester. She is also an avid reader, a genre omnivore, and a compulsive one-clicker - but she's in recovery. Besides being a reader, she's also a writer and hopes to divide the vast quantities of spare time she'll soon have between reading and finally publishing her first book.

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3 responses to “Audio Review ~ White Knight ~ Meghan March

  1. ailynk

    sounds like a clean white blacksheep winning the day. I can’t help it, but White Knight sounds like a great hero saves the day story

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