Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Stardust Award Consequences by Auburnimp

Title: Consequences
Author: Auburnimp
Publisher: Fireborn Publishing
Genre/ Pairing: MM, Contemporary
Pages: 248
Reviewer Name: Redz




Publisher Blurb
When games turn deadly, Luca Scarlatti finds himself caught up in a mob war for control of a city.

Luca Scarlatti hates his stepfather, Salvatore Calabrese, but he has to work for his keep. During his new job, he's mistaken for a hooker and taken to mob enforcer, Ryan Callaghan, for a night of fun. The two fall for each other, and it turns out Ryan works for Niall Murphy, Luca's old school friend and enemy of Calabrese. Luca joins Niall and Ryan in cleaning up the town and avenging their fathers' deaths.

Luca and Ryan face many dangers from Calabrese. Can their budding relationship survive? Will they?


 




Review
Consequences by Auburnimp is the story of Luca and Ryan. There is action, adventure, and lots of love in this story.
Luca his stepfather was into human trafficking, child porn, and other illegal things. Luca truly hated him. He gets a job with him doing the books for the brothels he owns. Luca just wants to play nice and get out a live with his step father.
I liked his bravery. He has a back bone of steel and really a good hearted character. He also has an air of innocence about him that makes him that much more endearing.
Ryan is an enforcer for his step father's enemy. Ryan had asked his boys to get him a whore for the night. Luca was just in the wrong place at the wrong time. He got mistaken for a whore. Only Ryan can tell Luca is not a whore. He is special. Ryan wants him. He doesn't care how he has to get him.
Ryan is a tough, but fair character. Don't cross him he will take you out. But he is fiercely loyal to those he loves.
This book has a raw gritty feel to it. The chemistry between the characters is off the charts hot. There are twists and turns to this story that you wont see coming.
When you want action, adventure, and hot man love this is the book to pick up. 


                               Five Shooting Stars and Stardust Award  





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