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Gin & Trouble

By: Kathryn M. Hearst
Narrated by: Aaron Shedlock,Virginia Rose
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Dante, the youngest Marchionni brother, is in love. 

Great right? 

Wrong.

The woman of his dreams is accused of attempted murder.

Worst still, her intended victim is Dante’s brother. 

Frankie Abruzzo will do anything to break herself and her sister’s free from the mafia, including going undercover in a rival crime family’s multi-billion-dollar corporation.

But she never counted on falling for a Marchionni. 

When Frankie is accused of a crime she didn’t commit and her cover is blown, she's forced to go on the run. Between the real killer’s attempts to silence her, her family’s efforts to force her to return to Sicily, and the Marchionnis’ quest for justice, her only hope is to disappear. 

Unfortunately, no matter how fast, or how far she travels, she can’t seem to escape Dante. 

And she’s beginning to wonder why she should. 

You’ll love this action-packed romantic comedy, because everyone loves rooting for a couple with the odds stacked against them. 

Each book in the Bourbon Street Bad Boys' series can be listened to separately, though they are best enjoyed when read in series order: 

Absinthe Minded
Highball and Chain
Single Malt Drama
Hot Momosa
Gin and Trouble

©2020 Kathryn M. Hearst (P)2021 Kathryn M. Hearst

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The last one is no longer standing!

I have been waiting to see who would take Dante's heart and now with Gin and Trouble I get the chance! Is it possible to fall in love online? For Dante and Frankie it is. After all, do you really know who is behind the keyboard? When they finally do meet, it's in costume, but that doesn't stop the undeniable attraction. The next morning though, Frankie realizes who she has slept with! The man who thinks her sister killed his brother! Undercover to try and clear her sister's name as well as get out of the clutches of her ruthless brother, working for the Marchionni's sounded like a good until now. What will happen when Dante finds out who she really is? Will their love win overall? And what of the rest of the families? Deception, ruthlessness, love and fun, this story has it all! Kathryn M Hearst has made me laugh with this couple, as well as feel the distress and fear of what is to come. Her characters are realistic and now as I listened to this last one, it was like I was part of their family. The computer nerd, keeping to himself, I loved Dante. He may be a loner, but he loves with his whole heart and has undying loyalty. Frankie is willing to do whatever it takes to keep her sisters safe, showing her love and loyalty too. These too quirky characters are the perfect match and the best way to round out the family.

Aaron Shedlock and Virginia Rose bring our series to a close. These two never cease to amaze me with their array of voices. Shedlock creates each of the brothers, and has kept the voices consistent through the series. Right down to every inflection we know who is speaking. He made me love Dante from the start. Rose uncovers Frankie's personality and I love her ability to create a quirky, loving woman. She is real and a little over the top and makes Frankie easy to relate to. This is a wonderful team and a series you do not want to miss!

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Love is in the air

This whole series was sooo awesome! Had so many twist and turns in each book. I love how each book makes you fall in love with each couple a little more. It’s so awesome how strong family is no matter the disagreements and old ways changing. I’m so glad Sophia is well I won’t ruin it you will have to listen to find out why I’m glad about Sophia. My jaw hit the floor about the old links and ties with families. Not saying why either, you gonna have to read to find out. Aaron and Virginia did so awesome drawing you in with their emotions acting this story out. I sooo need more and hope Kathryn brings us more Mafiosos. I’m not ready to say goodbye

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Perfectly quirky

Dante is the last Marchionni brother standing...single. The youngest brother is more interested in his online gaming fun than love. He's watched the drama his brothers have all been caught up in as they find their perfect matches and wants nothing like it. So he's going to have some fun online and maybe in person with his quirky little gaming friend Julia. What he doesn't expect is to become quickly enamored with Frankie or to find out she is Francesca Abruzzo and she may or may not have tried to kill his brother. Little Frankie is in way over her head and it only gets messier when her gamer friend Danny turns out to be the enemy.

I love this series. Each brother feels like family now. I have enjoyed each one; the love, the suspense, and especially the humor. Since Dante is the last brother, I will miss them but I look forward to seeing them in the future as we get to know the other families better.

I loved Frankie. I love intelligent characters with original quirks. Add in a strong desire to be appreciated and loved and this is Frankie. I adored every little complication surrounding her. My feelings about Dante weren't as simple. When he was good with Frankie, I loved him; when he doubted her, I did not. I realize she is an Abruzzo but his brothers seemed to accept her truths easier than he did. However, I desperately wanted these two to find happiness. They were so good together as Julia and Danny and I knew they could be as Frankie and Dante. Whether it's gaming, tech, Italy, or family, they shared the same loves. They belong together.

Aaron Shedlock has done a fantastic job making each Marchionni brother a unique character. I am impressed with how he brought each one to life with an individual voice. Virginia Rose joins the other female narrators voicing the Marchionni loves. She was great as Frankie. She brought out the youth, intelligence, awkwardness, and vulnerabilty of Frankie. Well done.

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Dante and Frankie

I didn't think I would end up loving Frankie as much as I did. She ended up being so much more than she was portrayed in the earlier books. This book did a great job of telling its own story while also wrapping up a few questions and twists from the previous books in this series.