I’m not always proud of the man I am, but when you grow up in a crime family, there aren’t a lot of options. I do what I have to do, and more than often, I f*cking love it.
The power, the women, the money. All of it comes easy to me.
Until Becca walked into my office.
Everything about her was tempting. Her beautiful eyes that pierced into me, her body that was made for sin.
She came to pay off a debt, but I wanted more.
So I did what I’ve always done, I took what I wanted.
She’s a good girl who never should have walked through that door.
I never should have touched her, but now that I have, I can’t stop.
I’ll push her boundaries, she’ll cave to temptation.
We’ll both forget about the danger.
And that’s a mistake I can’t afford…
While I know little to nothing about the mob, the only real flaw I did with this novel is how two dimensional the mafia characters seemed, including the main male character Dom. If you can suspend disbelief, the rest of the book is quite enjoyable.
I’d be interested in reading the rest of the series just to see Ms Willows grow as a writer.
18+ for steamy love scenes and the trainload of f bombs dropped.
Word Choice & Other Issues
My mom always told me that if you keep using the same word over and over again you just aren't smart enough to think of a better word.
Case and point: This book.
It's as if the author was having a one person contest to see how many f-bombs she can drop on one page.
Other issues: the ridiculously long prologue, lack of research to make the mob centered plot believable, and the constant back and forth between point of views. Just tell it in the third person and move on.
i have tears on my face