Ryder, Garrett, Kenzo, and Diesel—The Vipers.
They run this town and everyone in it. Their deals are as sordid as their business, and their reputation is enough to bring a grown man to his knees, forcing him to beg for mercy. They are not people you mess with, yet my dad did. The old man ran up a debt with them and then sold me to cover his losses.
Yes, sold me.
They own me now.
I’m theirs in every sense of the word. But I’ve never been meek and compliant. These men, they look at me with longing. Their scarred, blood-stained hands holding me tight. They want everything I am, everything I have to give, and won’t stop until they get just that. They can own my body, but they will never have my heart.
The Vipers? I’m going to make them regret the day they took me.
This girl? She bites too.
*18+ Reverse Harem Romance. Warning this book contains scenes and references of abuse/assault that some readers may find triggering. Along with graphic sex scenes and violence. This is a dark book*Review:
Holy book batman. This book was beyond wild. It’s my first mafia romance that just so happens to be reverse harem and I’m floored by what I just read. Going in, I was expecting just a dark, violent romance, but what I got was a gritty story about family, love, betrayal, and revenge. It was an adrenaline shot to the heart and just pure unadulterated entertainment. I wasn’t expecting to find laughter reading this one, but here we are. It’s just impossible to describe this story because it falls outside the realm of everything I’ve ever read. Roxy is a total badass and she totally gave off slight Harley Quinn vibes. What can you look forward to? Baseball bat beatings, fork stabbing, lots of sucker punches, loads of killing, car smashing, popcorn-worthy arguments, explosions, torture while singing Taylor Swift, and more! Have I not convinced you? Oh, well there’s tons of sexy times as well. My only issue with this book is that it could have been redacted by a LOT because by the last 30% it felt like there was a lot of reaching in terms of plot and there was a ton of unnecessary fluff moments thrown in. This book is also not going to be everyone’s cup of tea, but it is totally discussion-worthy!