Conor (Boston Underworld, #6). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Conor by A. Zavarelli

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

When I stumbled into a mafia-run club seeking a job, I was looking for protection. 

Little did I know I’d need protection from him. 

Conor O’ Callahan was exactly the kind of danger I was trying to avoid. He was gorgeous as sin with an accent hotter than Hades, but that’s where the charm ended. He was also cynical, cold, and downright cranky. 

So, you could imagine my surprise when he gave me a proposition. Marry him or lose my life. 

Desperate times call for desperate measures. I’ve learned to do what’s necessary to survive in this world, and that includes marrying a mobster. Regardless of what he might say, it’s only temporary. 

It’s not like I’m going to fall for him. 

Because that would be stupid, right? 


This entire series has been A+!

The last book in thee Boston underworld series and another great story. This one is about Conor, the youngest guy in the Irish crime syndicate. He is given a job by Crow in confidence and doesn’t want to let him down. The job involves Ivy, a new girl that has been hired at the strip club.

The rumor is that she was the girlfriend of a gang banger they recently murdered and she was in the house and witnessed the act. Conor’s job is to get close, find out the truth and deal with her if she was a witness. He finds her story is more complicated than that and his attraction to her gets in the way as well.

The things I like about this series which also occurs in this book. Is that the men get so protective of their women. They show their love in so many ways before they even figure out they are in love. They get so hot and bothered about the girls, that you can’t help but wish you had someone that felt like that about you. They also treat the women very well.


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