To get what he wants, he'll have to play a game of dirty pool.
Michel Marcello never wanted to be a mafioso like every other man in his family—he wanted to be more. That doesn't mean he's unfamiliar with the life, or that he can't hold his own against other made men.
They forgot where he came from …
His chance encounter with the fiery and beautiful daughter of Detroit's most notorious Irish mob boss stokes flames beyond the ones that ignite between Michel and Gabbie Casey. Rivals shouldn't mix, but these opposites have never been more attracted, either.
The lines between family loyalty, their duties, and responsibility begin to blur.
Love ruins all.
But these two aren't the only ones playing this game, and it just became far more dangerous to get out alive.
Dirty Pool is a standalone romantic suspense.
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I am a Marcello Junkie and I can not lie. There isn’t a story about this family I haven’t read. Every character gets ingrained in my reading psyche and Michel was no different. And even though Michel Marcello isn’t involved in the family business, he is a Marcello through and through.
“Michel wasn’t like them. He wasn’t obvious. A silent sort of vicious.”
Gabbie Casey is an Irish Ball of Fire. I like that she is bold with Michel and knows what she wants. She is the daughter of the Irish Mob Boss of Detroit. The Irish and Italians don’t mix and definitely don’t like each other. Nothing good can come out of Gabbie and Michel meeting and starting a relationship. It’s like a modern take on Romeo and Juliet.
These two have a fiery and passionate connection. And they will do whatever the means to be together. Sometimes love isn’t enough and being ruthless is the only option left. Michel is a Marcello.......never forget.
Loved their story and loved the epilogue.
And I have to add......Catrina and Dante #bestparentsever ❤️
Another great book by Bethany Kris
Bethany kris again showed us what a great writer she is Michel the son of Dante and Catrina Marcello falls in love We learn what a wonderful man he’s turned out to be.