She’s my captive.
I will make her talk.
The bratva put a gun in my hand at age thirteen. Gave me freedom, a sense of belonging, and the family I never had.
There’s no way I’m going to let this slip of a woman harm my boss.
No matter how beautiful she is.
How painfully fragile.
Hurting a woman, however, is not possible.
So I’ll find other ways to torture her. Other, far more pleasing ways.
And in the end, my little prisoner will reveal all her secrets.
In the end: she will be mine.
I hadn’t read any of the books in this series but I may have to now. I loved Maykl! He made choices in order to survive and I totally get that. Kira, I wasn’t so sure about to start but I started to like her at the end. She was hellbent on saving her nephew, who really didn’t need saving.
I loved it…
But then again, all of the Chicago Bratva books were fantastic. The witty dialogue brings the likable characters to life. This book feature Maykl, the gatekeeper at the Kremlin and Kira who’s come to Chicago to claim her sister body and to find her missing nephew. Serendipity brings Maykl and Kira together but their secrets and lies may tear them apart… I received a free copy of this book. This review was posted voluntarily.