Dark Mafia Prince by New York Times bestselling author, Annika Martin is LIVE!
Don’t look at me like that. So trusting.
Like you think I’m not a monster.
Like I won’t wrap your hair in my fist and bend you to my will.
Like I won’t sacrifice you, piece by piece, to save my brother.
I’m the most dangerous enemy you’ll ever have because every time you look at me, you see somebody good. That friend who died.
And when you look at me like that, I die again.
I spent years making myself invisible.
A good girl, apart from the noise.
Then you came back, beautiful and deadly in your Armani suit.
Don’t look at me like you still know me, you say.
But I remember your smile and those sunny days.
Before they lowered your small casket into the ground.
Before they told us the prince was dead.
OHMYGAWD!!!! This book!!! Just….WOW!!! This was my first Annika Martin book but now I have to go back and read more by her. Dark Mafia Prince is one of those books that has your head spinning and you never know what is going to happen when you flip the page. I found myself re-reading paragraphs and pages just because I loved the scenes and her writing style so much! She literally had me on my toes until the very end and now I will be stalking her page for information on the release of the next book in the series (Little Vik’s story).
Mara is a mafia princess, or at least that’s how the world portrays her.
Aleksio is the mafia prince that was supposedly buried as just a kid years ago, along with his brothers. Well he’s back and ready to claim what is his.
This is one of the books that I don’t want to give away any of the plot. All I can say is dive in! It’s a great read and guarantee you won’t be disappointed! Annike Martin blew me away with this one! 5+++ stars from me!
About the Author:
Annika Martin is a NYT bestselling author who enjoys writing dirty stories about dangerous criminals! She loves helping animals and kicking snow clumps off the bottom of cars around the streets of Minneapolis, and in her spare time she writes as the RITA award-winning author Carolyn Crane.
Connect with Annika: