Review: Dark Mafia Prince

Tuesday 21 June 2016 No comments
Dark Mafia Prince Dark Mafia Prince by Annika Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another mafia mini series destined to set readers’ imaginations alight.

If, like me, you love your mafia stories with a more than dark edge to them then this book is definitely for you. Whilst dark at times, the violence and abuse wasn’t overdone and merely captures the essence of Aleksio’s emotions and the physical connection that Mira seeks with him. Despite their harrowing story, Aleksio and his brother, Viktor, draw you into the story as they struggle to find their long lost brother, Kiro. With three divine names comes three dark stories but this time it’s Aleksio who gets to show readers just who, and what, he has become since his parents were cruelly taken from him and his brothers.

This story is written in three POVs (Aleksio, Mira and Viktor). Whilst I initially didn’t appreciate the importance of Viktor's POV in this instalment, as the story progresses it is clear that he is setting the scene for his part in the series. As advised, this book is the first of three stand-alone HEAs with each book carrying on a continual theme and that is the search for Kiro, the third brother.

This is the first book that I have read by the author and I really enjoyed her writing. I can’t wait to see if Viktor’s story is as rewarding as Aleksio’s and to find out if Kiro is really still alive.

Copy provided by the author in return for a honest review.

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