Love and Alliances by Davina Lacey Review

Hello my fellow little munchkins. How are you all doing? I am doing okay. I have halloween/fall break starting as if now. SO I am really excited to get some sleep, get some blogging and reading done, getting ahead for school a little bit and then I am also looking into some colleges before I go visit my grandparent in Vegas. So I am busy even when I am not busy. The story of my life. LOL. I am thinking about doing a whole new mini-series of wattpad book reviews and recommendations. I am also thinking of doing blogtober but I am not completely sure.

Anyways, why don’t we get into this post?

Love & AlliancesLove & Alliances (Love & Alliances #1)

by Davina Lacey

Genre: Interracial Romance/ Contemporary Romance

Age category: Adult

Release Date: 19 June 2018


“She will be his salvation…

And he will build her empire.”

Jenga Rollins

Hollywood… The ultimate dream. One of the hardest goals to accomplish for anyone brave enough to climb the entertainment ladder, especially for a woman. Yet fiercely independent cinematography student, Jenga Rollins, is determined to finish her master’s degree and to make a difference in the movie industry for females of all races. Trying to bury the most tragic memory of her childhood, Jenga fights to build a new life and doesn’t expect to run into the handsome stranger with the soulful, sad eyes.

Ashton Blasetti

A man of many faces, the son of a self-made Hollywood billionaire and running from a past he can’t forget. A man of both success and mystery, Ashton is known for leaving a string of broken hearts in his trail and for producing some of the most intriguing erotic scenes on film. He’s quite content reigning as the bachelor prince of underground tinseltown. That is, until he finds himself saving Jenga Rollins one day on Malibu beach, a twist of fate that changes everything.

What happens when two people from worlds as different as fire and ice come together?

The scandal continues in Love & Alliances.

**This book is for mature audiences**

Short, Simple and Sweet Review:

While the plot of the book is fantastic and the way characters dealt with their issues were great, the writing had lacked in many areas such as: Grammar, The Tone, The Pacing of the book and how it left on a cliffhanger.

I would recommend this book towards anyone who is interested with romances but if you aren’t than I suggest not reading it.

3/5 stars

Book Info: 

You can find Love & Alliances on Goodreads

The Love & Alliance series contains short quick reads that will be released once a month. There’s no cliffhanger in this first episode.

About the Author:

Davina Lacey writes steamy, fun, and glamorous interracial romances that push the boundaries of the imagination and offers a unique and refreshing spin on classic love stories. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys gardening, playing & composing music and spending a large amount of time gobbling up all things historical.

The Love & Alliances series is her Interracial Romance debut. Davina also writes under the bestselling fantasy author pseudonym KaSonndra Leigh.

You can find and contact Davina here:


Goodreads Davina

Goodreads KaSonndra

Facebook KaSonndra

Facebook Davina Lacey



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