Review: Stone by Theodora Taylor

Length: 292 pages

Published: October 27, 2019

Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Source: Kindle Unlimited

Synopsis

My ruthless enforcer is broken, dangerous, and determined to claim me…

The first time I meet Stone Ferraro, it’s hate at first sight, and then he kidnaps me. On his mafia boss’s orders, but still…not a great first impression.

The second time I meet him, he calls me a derogatory name, and I knee him in the balls. Not exactly the sweet social worker look I was going for, but hey, it had to be done.

The third time we meet, it’s over my ex-boyfriend’s—his identical twin brother’s—grave, and he shocks me with a mind-melting kiss.

The fourth time we meet, he takes one look at my belly filled with his dead brother’s baby and declares me his.

His to marry, his to take, his in every way.

The Ferraro crime family’s most ruthless enforcer is broken, dangerous, and here to stay.

And our story only gets crazier–and hotter–from there.

My thoughts 💭

Naima and Stone’s story was crazy but good. Naima takes off for a fresh start away from the mob after her ex’s/ baby’s father funeral. Stone decided to check on her and discovered she’s pregnant with his brothers baby and she’s his. He pushes his way into her life while taking care of her and it was weird at first with how closed off he was except for asking her if she needed wifeing every night lol. As both of their problems came to light their relationship got better and I liked their chemistry. They went from marriage of convenience to love and it was sweet. Stone was a provider and protector while Naima was a sweetheart. This was an enjoyable read and I can’t wait to read the next book!

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