After losing her mother to cancer a few months prior to graduating, Bree Forbes was finally able to take some time away and enjoy her college days. That all changed in the blink of an eye the moment Bree came home for break. She didn't expect to find her dad strapped to a chair, a gun pointed at his head.
Alzerro "Zerro" King wasn't a man to be messed with. Women flocked to him, and men ran from him. He ruled the mafia with an iron fist, and no one ever crossed him unless they wanted to pay the price. He believed that the only way to pay for something, if unable to do so, was to do it in blood. Nothing got him harder than stringing someone up and putting a bullet in their head. That was until Bree.
One look was all it took for him to know that she could pay for her father's debt in many other ways - ways that could get him hard. Could a big-city Mafia king fall in love with the small-town country girl? When push comes to shove, would Bree end up running only to be killed? Or would she sacrifice herself for love?
Contains mature themes.
©2014 Josi Beck (P)2015 Tantor
Hello I am addicted to Audible!!! The addiction is real and I need help...more credits that is.....
This book is amazing and I enjoyed every hot moment. Bree is strong yet innocent and bad mafia boy can't resist or can he. Cliffhangers..ugh
Sexy. Dark. Dangerous.
Alzerro. He is just dark in the sweetest ways. A favorite of mine when it comes to heros.
The desk scene. ;)
It had me hanging off the edge of my seat. The ended was killer.
Classics, Biography's, Romance, Erotica. I'm a sucker for a good book!
This book ends on a cliffhanger so I suggest having another credit ready to go! Strong female lead and strong male lead.
I am an avid reader, not a professional book reviewer. I gladly offer my opinion of the books I read/listen to.
This is a story that is just barely interesting enough to hold your attention. It's a brutal love story about a daughter who is trying to save her father from a debt owed to the mafia. It deals with good vs evil, betrayal, trust ... all mixed up to form a dysfunctional relationship that struggles to overcome criminal roots
I think it is worth a sale...possibly a credit (which I used) if you have nothing better to read on the horizon.
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