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Little Doll (A Bittersweet Cartel Romance Book 1) by [Jane, Melissa]
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Little Doll (A Bittersweet Cartel Romance Book 1) Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 741 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MNMP9SG
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,155 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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This book is amazing and very dark and extremely sexy . It doesn't pull the punches in places and might upset some people . I though found it to be a brilliant read , I couldn't put it down and enjoyed all of it .
Laila is naive in her attempts to find her brother ,who is missing and ends up being kidney by the cartel he has pissed off . Here she is literally thrown into a deprived world of sex slaves and is mistreated a lot . During this time you meet two men , Juan a evil man , who lusts after Laila and Aiden his brother , who is strong and very good looking .
I won't give too much away but it gets very sexy, steamy and sometimes hard to read , but do persevere as it's well worth it . On to the next instalment .
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Started reading this a while back but couldn't get into it (don't know, maybe head not ready) but came back to it a few days ago, picked it up and took off with it. It's intense, full of angst and drama. Quarrels in the family, a blossoming love, a betrayal. It's dark, and there's some descriptive violence in here but again, it's not something I find disturbing to read. Ended up really enjoying this little book and look forward to reading the second part now :) 4 stars as it took me a while to hook with it :)
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I'm relatively new to the genre of dark reads and I think this one definitely falls into that category. This was quite an intense read, there are parts that are very dark indeed and I will warn you you may find some parts difficult to read. However it's not the darkest book out there, and if you are a fan of that genre then this is one you definitely need to read.
Laila is looking for her younger brother who has been missing for a few weeks, unfortunately for her whilst asking around about him she captures the attention of the wrong people. Laila is kidnapped by a cartel family who trade not just drugs but women too!
I found this book to be a real page-turner, I couldn't wait to find out how things worked out for Laila. And once I reached the end I discovered a cliff-hanger! I need answers and I need that 'wtf' moment at the end explained!! I definitely recommend this to fans of dark reads and for anyone considering venturing into that genre, this would be a good book to start with.
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Kidnapped and held hostage in Hector's house of horrors, Laila is being held to pay for a debt of her brother.

You just know there's going to be a boss that no one will cross, his henchmen who are looking for any opportunity to rape their captive and the good guy, who is falling for the girl while pretending to carry out the orders of the boos. Have I covered it all??

There's nothing new in this book storywise. It's been told to death.

But I'll tell you why this book is still worth reading. The characters are superbly written. They aren't just rapists, they are absolute b&stards of the highest b&stard decree. They don't just want to humiliate Laila and fook her, they take great delight in beating seven bells of cr&p out of her. To be honest, steel toe capped boots in the ribs is gonna smart the strongest of rib cages so for a little girl to take that kind of beating and violence, well I guess that's where artistic licence comes in!

Melissa Jane is an excellent storyteller. She isn't cliched (that's supposed to have one of them accents on the e but I can't work out how to do it on my laptop lol) in her vocabulary. The baddies talk like baddies. The author has described the scenes without getting flowery.

Laila is a gobby, feisty girl who wants to stand up for herself. She, understandably, has trust issues!

The author has written this darker than a lot of other kidnappy type of books although there are elements in this book that I thought could have been expanded on, and other areas that could have been reduced, but hey ho, all in all it was a blooming good read.
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