Publisher Description

“I’ll do anything. Cooking, cleaning, even making coffee. I’m good at making coffee.”


Upon uttering the word coffee, Jenny Stone, the smart, resilient, and sharp-tongued girl somehow finds herself paying off her father’s debt by working as a maid to the mafia boss, Giovanni Dente, the obsessive-compulsive coffee drinker with movie star good looks.


And this is just the beginning of Jenny’s new life.


Between serving the man his brew at ungodly hours and doing his dirty work, she also has to attend college, ace her exams, and find a way to contact her father and sister who have abandoned her.


But within the intricate web Giovanni binds around her, when it comes time for her to leave, she isn’t sure if she can make it out alive, especially when somewhere along the way, she realizes her heart is totally captivated.


Note: Maid to the Mafia is a lighthearted romantic comedy mafia romance series. This first book ends in a cliffhanger.


Maid to the Mafia series reading order:


Book 1: Totally Captivated (free to download)

Book 2: Totally Alluring

Book 3: Totally Intoxicated (coming soon)

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
September 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
203
Pages
PUBLISHER
Wanitta Praks Media
SELLER
Wanitta Praks
SIZE
13.3
MB

Customer Reviews

C_Baybee ,

One of the BEST BOOKS I’ve read

I love how this book is well thought out and speaks to the people who are in love with people who are hurt and don’t have good communication skills.

The book remained me so much of my life I shed a couple of tears for Jenny.

Absolutely in LOVE with the series

littlelulubby ,

don’t even get me started

completely a waste of time. couldn’t tell what year it was, very jumbled up writing.

the main guy is stupid and controlling. the main girl is childish at her big age. she literally worships the guy, ew.

DO NOT READ IT. IT IS NOT WORTH IT.

i have so much more to say but i’m done giving this book my energy.

Larnny ,

Really really immature

The book was just... bad. Really annoying and immature. It’s literally a struggle to read. You can’t even tell what time period they’re supposed to be in. They talk like they’re from the 20’s but then the author talks about phones, iPads, and flat screens. Just all around poorly written.

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