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Can you bask in a book?
Honestly I sat there, laid there and listened to this on audio and I just didn't want it to end.
Grievous is the second book Conclusion to Menace.
Lorenzo and Scarlet's relationship has certainly come a long way from the intense relationship they first had in book one. Lorenzo and Scarlet were like two flames that fed off each other.
In Grievous Lorenzo continue to have that crazy intense and passionate connection.
I enjoyed the transition of Lorenzo going from hard boss to hero.
I loved the journey the characters take in this book, the battles the characters faced and still face that leave them marred and not without mental and physical scars but the crescendo to the hea satiating.
I enjoyed everything about this story, the thrill, the anticipation, the characters, the villains, the ending.
Lorenzo is the kind of character with a hardness, a man of little emotion, a man who is feared and without meaning to be at times he is so damn funny and you could say he's a smooth criminal, I loved him.
Scarlett as Lorenzo calls her or Morgan is feisty, a woman with backbone, a woman who has been through so much in her lifetime and still she stands tall and continues in her quest to find her daughter while she herself is being hunted by a Russian mafia boss.
J.M Darhowers Writing is impeccable with a plot that is unpredictable and gritty at times. I love mafia romance and this is absolutely brilliant I loved every moment and can't wait to read more from this audio.
like I said; I listened to this on audio, these narrators are absolutely brilliant and really bring the characters to life, Lorenzo sounds smooth, hot, I loved his sarcasm and the way he plays any acts of niceties off. Lorenzo is a villain who in the end becomes a hero. I think I got more out of this book by listening to the audio version so I recommend it.
A Brilliant and recommended duet for any Mafia romance lovers.
Contains plenty of hot scenes, has an element of darkness and grit, is told in first person dual pov and leads to a hea.
This is book two which begins where the cliffhanger ending of book one leaves off. It gives a good summary of book one, but book one is so worth a listen!!! I recommend listening to book one first (but it is not really necessary).
In general, I do not care for cliff hangers. As book two was available when I read book one it was not a big deal for me. I immediately listened to book 2 in the series.Lorenzo and Scarlet begin to accept their life together .... although it is not a "defined" relationship as such. There are two broken people trying to cope in the violent world they were forced into.
Iggy Toma's performance made it a worth while listen. This series is the first time I had heard his performance and I will be sure to look for him again. He brought sarcasm and wit and developed Lorenzo's character brilliantly. I used a credit for both books and do not regret it! This story line checked all my boxes, strong female lead, excellent narration, well developed story line with a twist ...... I will look for this author again!
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I listen to a lot of books, and even those that Ive loved in the past can not compete with these 2 books. They are perfectly coordinated. From the book cover looking exactly like I would have imagined him, to the most spot on narrators playing their roles perfectly, and finally- a really well written story. This tale straddles the lines of several genres, and does it with perfect balance. The romance is heart warming without being mushy, the sex is hot but not on every other page, the action is constantly moving but you never get lost.
Also, if you have a dry sarcastic sense of humor, you will find yourself laughing throughout both books. It's the ridiculous juxtaposition of a killer who can't get his straw into a Capri Sun. Or the insanity of a hard core mafia type killer who raised a brother that is totally straight laced. It leads to many laughable moments. I totally recommend that the stories be read in order. Heck, just read them!
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