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An old enemy returns…with a new victim in the conclusion of The Battling McGuire Boys by New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden Private investigator Sullivan "Sully" McGuire has a reputation for danger. He's spent most of his life tracking the men who murdered his parents. The one woman who sees past Sully's predatorial pursuit is the wife he abandoned years ago. BAn old enemy returns…with a new victim in the conclusion of The Battling McGuire Boys by New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden Private investigator Sullivan "Sully" McGuire has a reputation for danger. He's spent most of his life tracking the men who murdered his parents. The one woman who sees past Sully's predatorial pursuit is the wife he abandoned years ago. But Celia James has returned, this time with a target on her back. In order to save Celia, Sully is forced to resurrect old demons. New dangers—and dormant desires—bring Sully and Celia closew…and old enemies even closer....

Title : Allegiances
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ISBN : 26875521
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Number of Pages : 224 Pages
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Allegiances Reviews

  • Dhenize
    2019-04-17 22:20

    I just literally jumped to the last installment of this series because I'm eager to find out who killed Mcguire's parents. And I was not dissapointed,it gave all the secrets behind and some shocking revelations.A great actions.A tied bond of Mcguire.I loved it.It was truly emotional read.

  • Belinda
    2019-04-06 01:26

    Have you ever not wanted a series to end? Have you wanted to finish the series to see what had happened all those years ago? This is the series and book..I hated for it to has been such a great series..We finally got to hear Sully's story in this book. How he had went through hell just to get where he was at present day..what made him the way he was..The killer was from left field and you didn't know til right near the end who and why it all happened...An A plus book..Must must read!

  • Darcy
    2019-03-21 00:17

    There were a couple shockers in this one. The first came early on and had to due with Sully and Celia's relationship. Things made a little more sense when you knew that little fact. The other shocker came towards the end. We finally got the answer to who killed the parents. I hate how close of a tie the killer had, but do like that one bit of good came out of the whole ordeal.

  • Linda Klages
    2019-03-30 19:16

    Keeps your interest - enjoy reading the series.

  • Pet
    2019-04-17 20:18

    3.5 stars and a difficult review to write. Cynthia Eden is in the top five of my auto buy list and my comfort read list. She writes gritty and hard, gentle and loving, snarky and cynical, the combinations are as diverse as the genre of those books. The one thing that I have always loved the most about CE is the reality of her characters, and by that I mean not just in getting them to pop off the page and into my head as 'real' people, but in the way they deal with their surroundings and emotions. It's always annoyed the crap out of me when you have a strong full of fire fem h and then find her acting like a complete imbecile the minute her libido is fire up. In the real world, both men and women need time to forget and forgive, and if someone hurts you badly, no matter how much you love that person (with the possible only exception to that being your child,) a normal non-saint person will want either retribution, or redemption. Trusting that person completely again would take a really really long time, or be impossible. Which is what CE generally gave me, basically however asshole-ie the H was at the beginning, by the end of the story I felt he'd redeemed himself enough and I had the gooie warm happy happy feeling that this couple would weather the storms life will bring. (view spoiler)[Not so much here, which strangely enough did not start out that way. Right from the start you see how Sully wants a second chance, you get that he screwed up and you get why he did, but all the understanding in the world is not enough to accept what he did, he betrayed Celia. Cold and hard facts, he was never invested in her like she was in him, and when it got bad he threw it all in her face. Perhaps if there had been no mention of the fact that she tried to see him and call him and was thrust away to her face by him both times I might have found what followed easier to accept, but in true CE fashion I witnessed his treatment of "his wife" and felt her shattering pain, and her sudden acceptance and about face was just too fast and too easy. The words I love you, are not a magic wand, they don't suddenly make everything right, and I'm sorry they don't make you instantly trust someone who hurt you that badly. (hide spoiler)]The thing about redemption stories is that not only do the characters in the book have to accept the redemption, but the reader must too.

  • Dísir
    2019-04-08 19:33

    A thrilling conclusion to the series, albeit rather similar to book 5 that seamlessly led straight into this. The central mystery of the McGuire parents' murder is finally solved, but not without twists and turns and some shocking revelations that hint at a larger conspiracy - and with it, a well of corruption - within the Alphabet agencies. I did like Cynthia Eden's no-nonsense approach to Sully's and Celia's estrangement; there's no time wasted getting a divorced couple back together again, even though Celia seemed to forgive what Sullivan had done rather easily all those years ago. Sully's sudden need for his ex-wife however, is a hundred and eighty turnaround, considering he didn't seem to want to have anything to do with her years after he'd pushed her away. Skeptical as I am of the slippery slope of lust and carnal want (and the promises of forever) that both of them slide down, I'm already stubbornly hoping for Monroe Blake's story...because he deserves much more than what he got in here.

  • Larena
    2019-04-05 19:24

    Contemporary Romantic SuspenseTexasSullivan “Sully” McGuire is a private investigator that has a reputation for danger. He has spent most of his life tracking the men who murdered his parents. There has only been one woman that has seen past Sully’s predatory pursuit and that is the wife he abandoned years ago. Celia James returns with a target on her back. If Sully is going to save Celia than he is going to have to resurrect old demons. Dormant desires and new dangers bring Sully and Celia close and their enemies even closer.This is an amazing conclusion to a fantastic series though readers will be sad to have this series come to an end they won’t be disappointed in the way it wraps things up. The action is none stop and makes this a very fast read and a hard book to put down. Readers will want to see how the overall story arc ends. This series and specifically this book takes some great twists and turns and keeps the reader guessing until the very end. This is a must read for those that love romantic suspense.

  • Cenaida
    2019-03-23 23:20

    WOW what a great ending to a wonderful series. Loved all the characters and their storys. The series had action, suspense, laughter and a lot of hot guys. Would very much recommended it. Won't get in much details because I would stop and its a most read. I've got a lot of authors which I loved but Cynthia Eden is high on that list. Thanks hope to read more.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-26 01:12

    "Eden ends her series on all the right notes with strong characterization and hot chemistry. The long-awaited whodunit takes an interesting turn with many action-filled scenes. Catching up with the rest of the McGuire clan is a bonus" (4 stars @ RT Book Reviews)Miniseries: The Battling McGuire Boys

  • Angel Ruess
    2019-04-11 19:27

    I was looking forward to Sully's book the most, because he intrigued me the most. I liked Sully but he was not my favorite McGuire boy. Allegiances was a good conclusion for the McGuire men. I hope their cousin gets his own story.

  • Bernie
    2019-04-02 21:18

    Allegiances reviewAllegiances is the sixth and final book in the romantic suspense series, The Battling McGuire Boys, written by author Cynthia Eden. I would recommend reading them in order.

  • Victoria
    2019-04-17 00:26

    Loved how Cynthia wrapped this series up so nicely. I love the twists. She always keeps us on our toes. I figured it out with eye color ;). If you like great suspenseful reads get this series on your TBR list. Cynthia writes some of the most wicked villains. Excellent!

  • Ash
    2019-04-05 21:24

    Great action scenes. But I found it a bit weak romance wise. They got separated because of something the hero had done in the past and I thought the heroine forgave him a bit easily.Feeling sad that the series has come to an end but I am hoping that the author will write Monroe's book.

  • Jemi Fraser
    2019-04-20 19:34

    What a great story to wrap up the McGuire storyline! So many great twists and turns. Loved Sully & Celia. A great read!!

  • Evelyn Wilson
    2019-03-29 18:35

    A good romance involving the CIA, a family and other. I enjoyed it. Quick reading.

  • Felice Foster
    2019-03-20 18:30

    Heart-pounding, emotional, action-packed!

  • Polly
    2019-04-19 20:25

    This book was remarkable. I loved the whole series, but this final book brought it all together in a spectacular way.

  • Vee Paige
    2019-03-28 20:32


  • Cynthia
    2019-04-12 19:16

    Not an ending that I expected to the mystery of who killed their parents, but overall, I enjoyed the series.

  • Harlequin Books
    2019-03-25 19:33

    received 4 stars @ RT Book ReviewsMiniseries: The Battling McGuire Boys

  • Maureen Hubley
    2019-04-07 20:12

    This was a great 6 book series. Cannot believe who the killer was.