- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 380 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Publisher: TJ Rachiele Publishing; 2 edition (13 Jun. 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008BNF0R6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 25 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,470 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Mobster's Girl (Mobster's Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
He's sweet and I'd even say obsessed with the heroine, Megan. He wants only her, and has for some time. They are both seniors in high school, and from since they were very young, Antonio has been interested in Megan. Now, that he's older, that interest in her has turned into something deeper, something more mature, full of desire and need. I really got the feeling while reading this story that Antonio actually needs Megan. He is definitely one of those jealous, possessive heroes. And for just a young man, he is still a force to be reckoned with.
Antonio's dad is a mob boss in New Jersey, head of the family, and with all that entails, Antonio has responsibilities outside of school. It's violent, seeing him groomed and shaped by this mafia lifestyle. This is where we see the dark Antonio, the side of himself he calls a monster. One moment, he's breaking legs and noses, making people suffer, beating the crap out of whoever needs to be put back in line, and the next moment, you see the young man in love with a girl who seems to mean everything to him. He's buying Megan gifts, wanting to impress her, wanting her to love him and not be afraid of him.
I really enjoyed that contrast between Antonio's good side and his bad side. If you don't like a darker hero, one on the wrong side of the law and not afraid to get a little dirty, then you might not like Antonio. I really fell for him, questionable lifestyle and all, because with that ability to enforce his dad's rules, Antonio also has the ability to defend.Read more ›
This book was ok. I didn't really connect with the characters and it was, in my opinion, very predictable and very cheesy
I think Megan was a bit flaky, though the author did try to make her seem strong and independent. As for Tonio, family meant everything to him. He did as he was told. No questions asked, no second guessing, no remorse. He was made to look like a physco but with Megan he was sweet and loving. There was a lot of contradiction with his character and at times I actually caught myself rolling my eyes.
I also didn't feel the chemistry between Megan and Tonio, I just thought their relationship felt rushed
I think ill pass on book 2. Just not enough there to keep my interest
I really enjoyed this and after just a few pages I was hooked. Antonio is son of the Palmetto, New Jersey mob boss, he's eighteen and has been training his whole life to eventually take over from his father.
He has a nice car, plenty of money and his life is pretty good considering but he and his friends have been given one rule 'stay away from Megan O'Neill'
Megan's family moved over from Ireland when she was five years old, she's a beautiful and intelligent girl who's been given one rule 'stay away from Antonio Delisi and his friends'
They both try really hard but the attraction is there and it's not going away and it gets to the point where they just can't fight it anymore.
Like I said I really enjoyed this book and not only was it free but there's a link at the end where you can get the second book 'Awakening the Mobster' for free as well.
I found that the story of 'Mobster's Girl' was based heavily on stereotypes, which I found humorous but it did not remove from my enjoyment of the book.
Megan is an Irish girl who lives in an American-Italian neighbourhood, and is in a minority at school. However, she manages to attract the attention of the Italian boys mainly because of her red hair, pale skin and pretty face.
Tonio is a mobster's son who has just turned 18 and so been initiated into his father's "business"; he is surrounded by a world of violence, undertaking "work" for his dad. He has been warned to stay away from Megan but for a long time he has watched her and wanted her . . .
This book drew me in with its Romeo and Juliet plot line, which ran alongside the sometimes shocking story of Toni's life. Tonio is the stained character next to Megan's chaste one and the reader is left questioning if the relationship will work under the pressure, but at the same time wishing for a happy ending.
The peripheral characters that Amy Rachiele writes add humour and drama to the story - I loved Vito and Alessandra, Toni's friends; I wanted to constantly punch Troy, Megan's "best friend" and Erin was the perfect little sister!
'Mobster's Girl' has romance, violence and an explosive, heart-wrenching conclusive twist which had me heading straight for Amazon to buy the sequel!
I would recommend this to all fans of Young Adult Romance . . . Enjoy!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
a very good story , i will read the second book , i was very impressed by the story overall and especially the ending .Published 19 months ago by zaara
enjoyed the story was gripping in places.Will have to get follow on books, when I have room on KindlePublished 20 months ago by Mrs. Mary Mcginlay
I loved mobsters girl, I couldn't put the book down, the main characters had a connection and pull to each other even though, they are supposed to keep away from each other. Read morePublished 23 months ago by anonymous
Not the best book but not the worst mob book ever, sometimes very cliche and Intense for such young characters, editing could have been better, would recommended this book still.Published 24 months ago by Amazon Customer