Masquerade (Blackbird #3) by Dahlia Donovan


Ivy has dropped hints of wanting to be married. But the wolves don’t want to ask in a traditional way. So how do they ask? Their way of course. They DEMAND that she marry them. We all know our Ivy and KNOW that that isn’t going to go over with her at all.

Deciding to take a break from the wolves, she goes with her best friends Alicia and Dane and Alicia’s uncle Alim to a masquerade party. The three of them pick her up from the flat where she had been staying with the wolves, much to their dismay. They don’t like Alim and don’t like him anywhere near Ivy.

Alicia breaks down and tells Ivy a secret that puts a wedge between Alicia, Dane and Alim until it finally comes out. Ivy helps repair the wedge the way she knows how. She threatens Dane, and by proxy Jezza and then talks to Alim and talks some sense into him. Or so she thinks. But what is this big secret? And what do each of them do about it?


Dahlia Donovan was a new author to me when I came across Ivy. I read it and subsequently read Natasha. I’ve liked her works so much, that I’m now doing a release day post and this review as well. I know she’s hard at work on her next book and I can’t wait for it to come out either! I am loving this entire series.

Masquerade had me laughing. Especially the very last part in the book. It was just so Ivy and if you’ve read the previous books, you’ll know what I mean by that statement. I HIGHLY suggest you get Ivy, Natasha and Masquerade and read them!



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