The global phenomenon and USA TODAY bestselling inspiration behind the Netflix film of the same name—the 365 Days series—continues as it follows the sizzling story of Laura and Massimo.
As the wife of Don Massimo Torricelli, one of the most dangerous Mafia bosses in Sicily, Laura’s life is a roller coaster. She is often at risk, the potential target of Massimo’s unscrupulous enemies who will stop at nothing to destroy the powerful man. And when Laura is seriously injured in an attack, pregnant and fighting to survive, Massimo faces the toughest decision of his life. What will his life be without Laura? Will he be able to raise their child alone? What will the fate of his family be, and whose 365 days may come to a close?
Lipinska's third 365 Days mafia romance (after This Day) takes the series to places darker than ever before, exploring a messy, violent love triangle between heroine Laura and a pair of rival mob bosses. After being kidnapped by Spanish crime lord Marcelo Nacho Matos—a man Laura unexpectedly came to care for—in the previous installment, Laura is happily reunited with her Sicilian husband, Don Massimo Torricelli, but injuries she sustained in the tumult cause her pregnancy to end in miscarriage. Massimo is at first solicitous and then increasingly cruel as Laura recovers, steadily destroying their relationship—especially after Laura mistakenly calls Massimo Nacho. As Laura contemplates divorce and debates whom she loves most, she discovers that she's pregnant again—but which man is the father? Lipinska creates taut suspense throughout with gritty mafia politics, larger-than-life characters, and a fast-paced plot, but the always unbalanced central relationship comes off as more abusive than ever here, and multiple rape scenes make this difficult reading. Erotic romance fans will need to have a high tolerance for violence to get through this one.
I loved this whole trilogy!
The writing is bad but I kept reading because I wanted to finish the series.. the last 150 pages left me feeling uneasy. I don’t understand why it couldn’t have just been a mafia romance? Like the r*pe was unnecessary. I mean this started off as a Stockholm thing but I thought nacho coming in the picture was going to save the plot 🙃 it could’ve ended with that instead of her being with massimo again and then him holding her captive? Then to write about her wanted to preform sex after being in a situation where someone was r*ping her????!!!?! Don’t waste you time like I did lol.
Spoilt the entire series for me. I actually deleted the book when I was finished. I pray that if there is a sequel to the moves that it would not be this rubbish