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Tuesday, October 2

Review: Mobster’s Girl by Amy Rachiele

Mobster's Girl

Title: Mobster’s Girl

By: Amy Rachiele

Genre: Mature Young Adult Romance

My Copy: Ebook from Author

BookWhisperer Rating:

four books

Gripping my chest is the only way to hold myself together or what’s left of me will fall out. The past week has enlightened me on one thing-I don’t care.
Megan, Mobster’s Girl

I didn’t even hesitate. I took two strides and blasted him in the face with my fist. He was ready for it this time-unlike in church. He tried to hit me back but I ducked and smashed him again.
Antonio, Mobster’s Girl

You can’t help what family you’re born into or what lies they keep from you. You can’t help it if they mold and shape you just the way they wanted. Are monsters born or made?
Antonio and Megan have a timeless issue. They were told to stay away from each other. They try, they really do. But they are drawn to each other.

our thoughts finl

Where do we draw the line on love? Just what would you be willing to overlook for the one you love? Megan and Antonio will test that limit in this debuting novel. As different as characters can be, these two awesome characters will find a light where on obstacles lie. Antonio the son of a Mobster is used to the life of violence and mayhem. Megan knows that Mob business is dirty, but she has always steered clear of anything that would bring herself attention. With the direct declaration from her family to stay away from Mob boys, she has made a lifestyle of blending in and avoidance. From afar Megan has always admired Antonio, but when it seems that he has taken notice she finds herself unable to avoid him any longer. The story the ensues was a action packed, and thrilling ride. From the start I was leaning toward a prediction for the ending, and it turns out I was correct. Mobster’s Girl is a very short story, and in no time readers will find themselves craving more to the story. Book one appears to build up the entire story, but dropped at a cliff hanger. To find out the ending I will have to continue the series with Awakening the Mobster. The story is told in somewhat of alternating chapters been Megan and Antonio. The author did such a splendid job of detail with this story that truly gives light to the Mobster world. I felt the attraction between our main characters throughout the story, but regretfully I wish the detail would have built the relationship more thoroughly. I also must tell readers that the cover of this novel was not much to look at. I was a little deterred by the cover, but what I found within the pages defines a diamond in the ruff. This is a great story, and excellent beginning to the story. I am eager to see what is to come in book two.

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