Wall Street Journal bestselling author Alexis Abbott continues Luca & Serena’s dangerous romance in Book 2 of the Killer Trilogy.
Luca was never mine.
For five years, I struggled to purge him from my heart. To move on.
He disappeared when I needed him most. I told myself I hated him, but he still had my heart.
When he crashes back into my life, I can’t fight my desires.
I thought I knew the whole story, but I’ve been so naive.
I’m in danger, and every life he takes is to keep me safe.
I have to trust the man who once broke my heart.
We thought our love would protect us from the mafia.
But fate has other plans.
This is a full-length romantic suspense novel and is BOOK 2 in the exciting new trilogy by Alexis Abbott. Explicit language. Safe from cheating. HEA.
Previously titled: Bound to the Mafia
Just gets better and better. Intriguing, suspenseful and packed with emotion. Many questions are answered and we get a much better look at who these characters really are. Ends in a cliffy but the next installment isn’t far off and I promise it’s worth it!
Team Bruno and Serena all the way!!
So reading Bound to the Mafia, I'd recommend brushing up a bit on Bound for Life. I felt a little lost at first because it had been a while since I'd read the first book, and I've read many others since. I love how a lot of my unanswered questions from the first book finally get answered, also how you finally learn all of Serena's and Bruno's backstory. While not as action packed as the first, this one more then made up for it in the hot and steamy department! Serena and Bruno grow more as a couple and you root even more for them to get their happy ending! Their story is far from over though and the ending of this part was a bigger cliffhanger by far!! Alexis Abbott has once again blown me away!! I willingly received an ARC for an honest review.
It’s More Than Romance
Serena DeLaurentis may be concerned about her father but that doesn’t stop her love of shoes. Bruno Lomaglio has gone through a lot to show his love for Serena but she doesn’t even know it. This is a story where the children must pay for the sins of the father. And life where the mafia is concerned isn’t always on the up and up.
The price our couple has to pay is a little hard to read. So if you’re overly sensitive consider this a warning. Those willing to take the chance Serena and Bruno aren’t children but teenagers just short of adulthood. But because of their circumstances they must act as adults – a hard way to grow up. Don’t expect a lot of hearts and flowers. There’s also some pain and sorrow. On the other side of the coin, you can expect that Bruno and Selena’s tale to be romantic and more. Expect a lot of action with plenty of twists and turns. The author has a great way with words because I had no trouble envisioning as each scene unfolds.
The author recommends reading Bound For Life first but I didn’t feel lost by not reading it. But if the author recommends something I usually listen because who better to know the series than the author themselves. Don’t expect a happy ending but a cliffhanger. So I can’t say that it’s not the perfect ending because it gets you ready for Bound In Love. And I cannot wait but I’ll have to be patient because it doesn’t come out until December – plenty of time to read Bound For Life.
I was not compensated nor was I required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.