Falling in love isn't a crime - but falling in love with a Russian mafia boss could be deadly.
Competitive tennis player Carter Cook wants a taste of freedom. Her overprotective father monitors every aspect of her life, so when he becomes employed by Vladimir Ivanov - a sexy Russian with an array of tattoos and an accent that weakens her knees - a bit of danger is within Carter's grasp. Behind her father's back, she enjoys spending time with Vladimir at his lavish estate. But is he really the upstanding businessman she believes him to be?
Vladimir Ivanov reigns as godfather of a Russian mafia crime ring.
Vladimir spent five years of his life in a Siberian prison camp and has earned every tattoo inked into his skin. He is a powerful man who gets what he wants, and after stalking the gorgeous tennis player for years - he wants Carter. A little charm melts her heart, and behind the scenes, he orders his henchman to track her every move.
He's a tattooed stick of dynamite ready to blow at the slightest spark.
As their romance reaches deadly levels, Carter senses something's not right. When she's lured into a compromising position at the hands of a shady European drug dealer, she calls in Boris, Vladimir's right hand man, to rescue her - without telling Vladimir. With his authority questioned, he sets out to teach Carter a lesson about loyalty she'll never forget.
When Carter realizes she's in too deep, she must fight for her freedom before the attraction turns fatal.
But the Russian mafia plays for keeps, and Vladimir's fierce lust to possess her spirals their romance out of control.
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This should not be categorized as a romance. I will be sending this book back for a refund. I cannot figure out the good reviews. It is different but not a romance.
Not any time soon. I'll let a few years pass. Hopefully, here story plots would have gotten better. I don't have anything against the narrator. Melissa was the one of the two things that keep me reading. The other is me wanting to give an honest review of this book.
Carter was so annoying. The sad thing I think she reflects exactly how a sheltered girl at her age would be. That is one positive thing I can say about this book. The characters seemed plausible.
Yes. Each character was well defined.
This book was kinda like a mini soap. There is so much drama. Even though I new from chapter one that I didn't like the story, I kept listening to see how it will end.
Kinda feel bad for Vladimir. Carter needs more time to grow into an adult. He deserves better.
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