Married to the mob in Vegas!
The following ratings are out of 5:
World building: 🌏🌍🌎🌏
Character development: 🤓☹️😙🥰
Narration Type: Solo Narration
The heroine: Neville Horatio Fitzpatrick (a.k.a. Dean) – he is a tigon shifter (result of a mating between a female tiger and a male lion). He knew if he was patient, his wife Natasha would return. He has waited ever since she played him for a fool. He has been tracking her on social media, though he knows her lies, so he knows she isn’t on some far away beach, he knows she is close and would come to find him eventually. Especially after seeing her engagement announcement, he knew she would come in person, if only to ask for a divorce.
The Heroes: Natasha Tigranov – she used Dean and married him, leaving him on the same night. She returned five months later after he ignored her attempts to divorce him by sending him papers to sign from her lawyer. She returns with a gun to get a divorce.
The Story: Dean is mad that Natasha used him to get to his best friend whom she wanted to kill. He is not the type to be taken advantage of and he is miffed so he won’t be giving her a divorce easily. He hasn’t been able to be we another woman since her and the fact that she just wanted to use him really got to him. She played the innocent student who is losing her visa to get him to marry her.
Dean’s best friend, Lawrence was in hiding from the mob, but came out for his best friend’s Las Vegas wedding. Little did she know, Dean swapped out the officiant for a different one, so she had no back up and she nearly killed Lawrence.
The book was told in dual points of view and narrated via solo narration by Troy Duran. I love his deep sexy voice which is perfect for the alpha male tigon shifter. He does a great job and I liked this book though I didn’t much like the character of Natasha, but she was well named, she is a mob enforcer and not afraid of anything. Though she so easily gave in to her father to get engaged to someone she didn’t love for the good of the mob. I did love Dean though, he was hilarious.
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