Stolen by the Mob Boss: Russian Crime Brotherhood Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
A mob boss killed her family. Now, he's sent me to finish the job.
Lucy is an innocent girl - orphaned by a terrible tragedy. Then she sees me kill a man in cold blood.
I can't let a witness roam free. But I can't bring myself to kill something so innocent and beautiful.
She wants revenge on the mob boss who stole her family. I can help her...under one condition: As long as she's here, I'm going to make her mine.
A beautiful, innocent orphan falls for a mysterious Bratva hitman in this full-length, standalone, bad boy mafia romance from author Nicole Fox. Roman offers Lucy the chance to avenge her parents' murders at the hands of a vicious mobster. The only question is...what will he want in return?
Contains mature themes.
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|Listening Length||7 hours and 49 minutes|
|Narrator||Rita Amos, Indy Chapin|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||February 28, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #50,729 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#3,986 in Contemporary Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#28,784 in Contemporary Romance (Books)
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It is about a mafia hitman that is being blackmailed to only perform hits for Mr. X because he knows about his past. Lucy is a non-published writer that is in the wrong place at the right time. She witnesses Roman taking out a man. Roman doesn’t harm women or children so he is really struggling with what to do with Lucy. She is so different than any female he has met. She is passionate, feisty, interested in all things Murder, but still maintains her innocence. Then he is shocked when his latest assignment connects to her past and she wants to HELP him … what?!
I loved the plot, but the execution was not there for me. There are:
- quite a few grammatical issues, such as incorrect punctuation, incorrect word choice
- discrepancies between the characters, such as it states Roman uses a laptop to do some research, but then it turns around and poof! No electronics and the story makes a big deal about not having any electronics to the extent that Lucy is handwriting her novel. Then there are things he came up with that are suddenly her idea (IDs)
- disconnected character interactions within the epilogue.
I am not sure if the epilogue was authored by another, at a totally different time, or at the suggestion of someone else wanting to change the tone of how they interact even intimately, but none of it fits with Roman and Lucy imo.
I uploaded some examples and comments to Goodreads.com for anyone interested. I mention these for readers such as myself that visualize the story as it is read, because errors interrupt the flow.
⛔️ Contains references to, or scenes detailing, subject matter that may be a trigger or offensive to some, including, but not limited to: adult language; derogatory terms; mental health challenges; steamy adult intimate scenes with dominance, submission, (play) spanking for pleasure, restraints, etc.; violence such as kidnapping, abduction, murder, death, torture, assault, fighting, betrayal, coercion, blackmail, attempted rape, stalking, threats, subterfuge, money laundering, prostitution, human trafficking, mafia / cartels, arson, drug manufacturing, drug distribution, as well as the mental and physical abuse of females, etc.
Very few grammar errors. She does start a few sentences with "Because", and that needs to stop. There r very few rules to start a sentence that way, and she misses the mark each time. She even misuses it in a sentence, which is irritating. I just don't get it.
All of that said, yes, I still recommend this book.