A Dark Mafia Romance
Release Date: March 3, 2020
ever wanted was to marry for love.
like me don’t have that luxury.
as pawns in a game we can’t control.
It’s called Mafia.
foolish enough to try to change the rules… and I lost.
promised to me years ago.
dared to take her from me.
touch what was mine.
end to that.
enjoying the view from his dirt room.
beloved’s killer placed a ruby ring on my finger and called me his queen.
red gem symbolizes something different for me.
represents the blood shed by those I love most.
empty the day we wed.
devil was standing before me and said “I do.”
as a possession.
I didn’t want other boys to play with.
so much more.
and brave and strong and broken all at once.
like everything I’ve ever wanted.
the perfect time to seek my revenge.
I feel him possessing me.
is full of darkness… and I still want every inch of him.
try, I can’t escape loving this beautiful monster.
patiently because I already know that she’s mine.
way that no one will ever understand.
hasn’t yet realized it.
I’d do anything.
I’d do everything.
My thoughts 💭
Heed the warning about Luca! I was pissed at him for a while. He somewhat grows on you so don’t worry! I absolutely loved Emilia! She just wanted to marry for love and not be in the middle of mafia life. She does what she must to survive but falls for the enemy along the way. This was a good book.
beautiful one. The older-looking one. The more frightened-looking one with
tears pooling in her lower lids.
nuzzling against her bare skin like a frightened child clinging to its mother.
Almond-shaped deep-caramel eyes surrounded by lush dark lashes. A few scattered
freckles across the bridge of her perfectly shaped nose. Plump, glossy coral
And it annoys the hell out of me because I don’t want to be attracted to her.
Swear to me on your honor that my daughter will be safe with you.”
Rossini empire. There is no safer place for her than with our family. You know
Her grandmother and sisters cluster around her doing the same. It’s pathetic. I
would have expected less of a display from Bellinis. Certainly not this
influences our sons with that nonsense.
those deep-caramel orbs, I see something I like very much: rage. There during
one heartbeat and gone the next, it was only a fleeting flash. But I saw it and
I don’t mistake it for what it is.
resides in rural Mississippi with her wonderful husband, Jeff, and their two
beautiful daughters. She spent fourteen years as a labor and delivery nurse
before she decided to pursue her dream of becoming an author and hasn’t looked
not writing, she’s thinking about writing. When she’s being domestic, she’s
listening to her music and visualizing scenes for her current work in progress.
Every story coming from her always has a song to inspire it.