Flirty Review of Covert: FOUR LIP BITES
Author: G.K. Moore
Source: AToMR Promotions
Alessandro is the unwilling heir of a Chicago crime family. Intent on leaving the life set out for him, he decides to run as fast and as far away as possible. His plans crumble when one girl crash lands in his life. He should hate the daughter of his father’s mistress, but it’s near impossible when he finds that they are alike in more ways than one.
Olivia grew up watching men walk in and out of her mother’s life. When one man finally decides to stay, she learns that crime lords don’t leave until someone’s dead. Olivia’s salvation comes from the person she least expects: his son.
Six years later, Olivia and Alessandro are reunited when her life is threatened. If time has proven one thing, it’s that repeating their parents’ mistakes seems inevitable.
In a world where friendship is a luxury and love a death sentence, two unlikely lovers find each other only to be separated by their cruel reality.
Flirty Review: Four Lip Bites
Olivia or Lou or Livi has been on the run for years. She's running from her past, just trying to get by and forget all the bad things she'd went through. Until one night when she kills a man who broke into her home. She has no idea who to turn to except the one man she promised herself she would never talk to again: Alessandro. He's the only one who could help here. She's pushed into a corner and she knows that turning to him means getting swept into the Mafia life again. But had she even left it?
Alessandro grew up as a Mafia prince, groomed to become the head of the organization one day. His father was a ruthless madman who didn't have a shred of humanity left. Now that he's long dead, Alessandro is head of the family and had big plans. That is until Lou falls back into his arms. He never stopped loving her and now that she's back, he's never going to let her go. His mission is to find out who put a hit on her life and to protect her even if she doesn't want his help.
This book was sexy and page-turning. There were inconsistencies that I found but tended to overlook them as a reader. As an editor I would have asked the author to go back and explain more, research better, etc. I liked the build-up between the characters, I liked the dynamic with the side characters, and the book held my interest. It's definitely a series I would recommend and be on the lookout to read more of.
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