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- Language: English
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- Average Customer Review: 9 customer reviews
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A quote from Michael J. Fox used in the book summed this story up for me perfectly:
“Family isn’t an important thing. It’s everything.”
Beau may have turned his back on the family ‘business’ by choosing a different path, but there is nothing he would not do for them. When they call, he will answer. Family come first, last and always to him. Hence his current assignment which is quickly morphing into a personal mission.
With the arrival of Sasha, his world is thrown off its axis, or maybe it was just righting itself again? This world is not black and white. As Beau tries to keep a foot in both worlds, lines become blurred and decisions need to be made.
“This life…it seems to be becoming more and more my own way of life as well.”
Maybe Beau’s place is to exist in the grey?
OMG…I feel like this story swallowed me whole and spat me out at the end. It consumed me. I was done, caput, the end.
I don’t think I could have picked a better book to pop my Sapphire Knight cherry! Although this is a spin-off from the Russkaya Mafiya series, it can be read as a standalone. Yet, the writing and characters were so good that I need to go back and read the other series now.
I feel that the last words should come from Sasha. I know, I know, I haven’t mentioned her much. I just think that she needs to tell you her story her own way.
“My soul knows his like it’s an old friend from another life.”
About the plot;
Beau has abandoned his roots with the Russian Mafia and become a member of the police force. Beau still has lots of connections and is still welcomed by the Russian mafia along with other Mafia ties.
With time off from work Beau uses the time to continue to look for his cousins best friend who is believed to be taken by a sex trade years ago. Five years of dead ends and Beau finally gets an opportunity to go to an auction were he finds women being bid on.
Sasha and Beau first meet at the auction, Beau is drawn to her, she is also Russian and a slave. Weeks later Beau has the opportunity to bid on her.
Beau's main aim is to bring down this illegal business and with the help of other Mafia members they begin to plot.
Sasha and Beau get close, she's malnourished and weak, Beau Cares for her and she grows attached.
Sasha's clingy and bratty, as a reader I couldn't bond with her character at all, I expected her to be meek, timid but also strong for what she had been through but bratty and throwing tantrums when she doesn't get her own way?
Sasha's history didn't fit the personality she had been illustrated with.
When I first started reading this I thought the woman Beau had been searching for, for 5 years would be found and the plot was leading that way but no it wasn't the story I first envisaged, Sasha was a girl who stood out at the auction not the missing girl Beau has been searching for.
I feel more time in the story with the characters bonding, learning more about each other may of helped with my perception of the characters and helped me as a reader to feel a connection but more focus was on the sex trafficking destruction plans.
A good plot, not unique I've read this sort of plot before not to different.
Beau wasn't as Alpha as I like and Sasha wasn't the strong heroine I prefer in a book.
Good read, a plot with suspense, told in dual pov's and leads to a to sudden, and I felt rushed hea.
Those who like action an interesting story and Mafia reads will like.
Arc gratefully received for review purposes
I love a good Russian Mafiya Romance. The men are always so strong, fiercely protective; they love hard and fight harder. They are so commanding they make you weak in the knees. Beau Masters is no exception.
Although Beau has chosen a different path to the family business, he cannot help but be sucked in when someone needs help. It is his weakness he cannot see people harmed, especially the innocent. When his current adventure takes him into the seedy underbelly of human sex trafficking he nearly loses his cool, it is so hard to hide his disdain for the men who revel in the show put on for them by the traffickers.
He meets a beautiful broken dove who he feels an instant connection with and only then does he begin to use his familial influences to get what he wants, which is her. The pull to her is so strong and Sascha feels it too. She is determined to become his at any cost.
I loved the interaction between Beau and Sasha. He is so weary because of the things that have happened to her and he is determined to do her no more harm even if it means he cannot have her, even if he feels that she should be his with every fibre of his being. Sasha is not backing down, she will show him what she can be for him so that he will keep her. Her strength and backbone are commendable.
I devoured this book in a single day, I was totally fixated on their story and how it would end.
This story is gritty, dark, intense, powerful, passionate, twisted, suspenseful, and had me on tenterhooks throughout. This is a definite must read, and I recommend for all reads. Awesome work Sapphire!
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