Say No More
Sometimes the dead do rise…
Dante Malcolm is a man of refined tastes. He was once a part of Britain’s Elite Intelligence Force, but there ...more
Fast-forward into today and we have an interesting story that sure to tug on your heartstrings. The story mainly focuses on Dante and Liv. The author does a great job of crafting two workaholic and lonely cha ...more
Slap an arrogant, self-absorbed man who only lives for only himself and his pleasures without any consideration for others on the table and I’m going to want a redemption story and a hard but rewarding way out of the morass he’d found himself in. Put a woman whom he’d wronged so badly that I expect grovelling and a hard time by the end of it.
Instead, all I got was more cocky smugness, inflated self-confidence and the constant pompous ju ...more
Liv and Danté start out on the same side, or so Liv thought. She is on the hunt for the notorious Simon Locke and Danté has signed up to help her. They were in love. It is after Simon steals a painting that Liv discovers Simon is really Danté. She doesn’t have time to process her new-found information as Danté seemingly falls to his death. What Liv doesn’t know is Danté had "die" and start working as an agent in the Grave Digger o ...more
Of all the Gravediggers Dante has been the one character I haven’t really cared about. He came across as vain with his love of fancy clothes and dating so many beautiful women and he definitely didn’t get any better in this book. His arrogance annoyed me and adding the fact that this was a second chance romance (I almost always struggle with finding ones I like) and it was almost guaranteed that I would have problems with this book.
“It must be nice to be that self-absorbed. To never conside...more
This book focuses on Dante Malcolm who was a double agent for the British Intelligence and ...more
Tight prose only adds to this episode of the Gravediggers. (Lord) Dante Malcolm is front and centre, a former British Intelligence force agent and art thief extraordinaire, now an agent with Gravediggers. He is equally matched by Liv Rothschild. Sadness encompasses Liv. Her twin sister Elizabeth disappeared, taken when they we playing hooky in Harrods. No trace of Elizabeth was ever found. Liv blames herself. This effects all her actions. She is driven by her sister's disappearanc ...more
I don't know if it's just me but I feel that the series lost it's way in this book. I have totally loved this series for the most part because it's so different in it's plot, but I feel even the plot lost it's way a little and didn't me ...more
I really love this series. In this book we get Dante's story. The debonair British hottie who also has a secret identity that not even his brothers of the Gravediggers know about.
We are also introduced to Liv in the beginning of the book, and her childhood story seriously broke my heart. But it made her the woman she was and gave her the strength she needed to make a difference in the world.
I loved Dante's connection with Liv, who was a member of Interpol. Needless to say, their c ...more
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With a completely different setup than the first two novels in the series–but no less exciting–Say No More found our main characters once again falling in love while they raced across the globe to save a group of young girls from harm.
‘Dante refused to steal for the sake of stealing. There had to be a reason, and someone had to benefit. Having a moral compass, as loose as it may be, had kept him grounded.’
The Gravediggers series has ...more
Star Rating: ★★★★½
Heat Rating: ☀☀☀☀☼
An Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of this book was received free via Netgalley for an honest review.
For two books now, there has just been something missing in this series. But with Say No More, Hart knocks it out of the park. This book absolutely blew me away in both good and bad ways. But one thing it never does is sugarcoat the ugliness hidden deep inside and I *love* that. But what I love even more is that I missed my bus st ...more
The time came when Liv Rothschild was finally able to get Simon Locke (aka Dante) but of course he slips through her fingers. He decides to jump off a building rather than get ...more
Dante is part of the Gravediggers, but within the first 2 books he holds himself back. He's part of the team and he'd protect, defeat and die for a team member, and yet he's a loner in many ways. At least, that how it seems until you realize in Say No More he's actually being used by Eve for assignments behind the backs of the team. See, Dante isn't just MI6, he's also a professional thief, which brings in a great skill set. Yes he's cocky, arrogant, self-centered, rich, self-obsor ...more
Dante Malcolm has been arrogant, aloof, self centered and self impressed since we met him in previous books. Former MI6, he has lead a double life for many years, including his time with the Gravediggers. None of his teammates the wiser.
Liv is supposedly the love of his life that he gave up, without too much thought, to save his own hide. She is a detective with Interpol and the one to discove ...more
The final installment of the Gravediggers Series was my favorite by far. Say No More follows a little different format than the rest of the series. We open with a flashback as this second chance romance kicks off. This one is about the illusive Dante Malcolm. The British Gentleman with a penchant for the finer things, and an air of unmistakable cockiness. His counterpart Liv Rothschild has a bit of an issue with our hero, and what ensues is the typical dance of cat and mouse. Th ...more
I've been a fan of Liliana Hart since I read Whiskey Rebellion. She hasn't ever let me down. I didn't really care for her choice in characters here, but she still has a fan with me.
This review is based on the ARC provided by the author and/or the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.
How much I enjoyed it: 4/5
The series has a potential to be a great one but I feel like the author focus too much on the setup and background but not enough on the sometimes implausible plot or the mediocre male characters.
While two of the gravediggers fell in love with Tess and Miller from Last Stop, Texas, this book comes at a different angle.
Our hero, Dante Malcolm, formerly worked for British Elite Intelligence Force, aka Simon Locke, a renowned thief. He is so good as a thief, he never gets caught, while thoroughly enjoying the adrenalin kick and necessary preparation to make a pe ...more
I put a trigger warning because this book deals with the trafficking of little girls for sex slavery. While the violence is not graphically detailed, you can’t help but be aware of the consequences if the mission fails without it being spelled out.
I was offered a review copy of The Darkest Corner (Book 1) a few months ago. I looked at it a few times but didn’t take a copy simply to avoid overloading my review list. I am kicking ...more
In Say No More, Dante Malcom is our hero, and we learn so much about his p ...more
This is the third book in the Gravediggers series.
As the elusive team member of The Gravediggers, Dante Malcolm prefers his condo to residence on the base as it enables him to continue the double life he’d led before his forced death. A former member of Britain’s MI6, he was also the infamous international thief Simon Locke that no one could catch though many agencies tried. His current team is unaware of his duplicity, the woman who is his boss though does, ...more
Say No More centers in the ever suave and sexy Dante Malcolm who unlike his brothers in arms is not a soldier but led a double life before his fake death. A spy and a thief when he was with MI6, Dante now works for the Gravediggers ...more
Say No More is the third book in Liliana Hart’s Gravediggers series and it does not disappoint. I have read all of the books and can assure you that they could be read as standalones. However, you should really read them in succession in order to get the full experience and understand all of the relationships. Nonetheless, I feel like I am just saying the same thing over and over again about this series. I love it. I really love it. It’s action packed. There’s an extremely X-ra ...more
In this book it tells Dante’s story. Once an MI6 agent wh ...more