Love lights even the darkest soul.
A killer’s moral compass rarely points true, and among made men, being gay is a capital crime. But Silvio Spadaro, deadly prodigy and heir to a Family fortune, is determined to find his own way–at the feet of the man he loves or by the barrel of a gun–no matter the dangers or costs.
Stefano Marino lives a comfortable–some might even say enviable–life. As a mob boss at the top of the food chain, he has it all: money, respect, a beautiful wife he loves as much now as the day they wed. But he also has a turf war on his hands, and far too soft a heart for this dark business.
When Silvio is sent to help Stefano with his turf war, sparks fly. Stefano loves his wife, but he wants Silvio. It’s a desire he hardly knows how to process, but Silvio, ever the patient predator, maneuvers Stefano closer and closer to his bed each day. Stefano resists; giving in to these dark desires means giving up on his marriage, and exposure would surely mean death. Yet there’s no denying Silvio’s magnetic pull, or the long-repressed urges inside himself. Yielding is inevitable, but he may yet find a way to hold on to everything–and everyone–he loves.
Why I Loved It:
I’ve found that I like the idea of erotica in theory. Submission stories tend to make me scratch my head and go “why?” And the language just makes me snicker, which is totally not conducive to whatever sexy time vibe the author is going for.
With this series, I actually bought the stories on Kindle one by one, and had I realized they were all shorts, I probably wouldn’t have spent the cash because they are pricey as serialized novellas, but that would have been a damn shame.
Holy dark and twisted, Batman!
I really liked this series. A lot. Liked the mob setting, definitely liked Silvio the messed up, submissive assassin. There is a smorgasbord of kinks in these stories. Some may not be to your tastes but if you like m/m erotica then you’ll probably find something to enjoy.
I wish it had been longer overall and didn’t love the final installation. Although I don’t know how else it could have played out in order to get an HEA. I just thought it went too much into the logistics of plot and strayed from the emotional centre. I don’t care what anyone says – no one is reading erotica for plot and structure. 😛 But, yeah. This was worth it.
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