Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Blog Tour & Review - Dark Mafia Prince by Annika Martin

Dark Mafia Prince by New York Times bestselling author, Annika Martin is LIVE!
Aleksio 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.
Mira 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.


Amy's Review

Aleksio has returned to claim his place, after having it stolen from him when he was a child. Mira believes Aleksio to be dead (as she was told by her father), and can't believe he's alive....nor the information that she learns about her father and his role in Aleksio's "death". One of the major plot lines is Aleksio trying to find his youngest brother, Kiro, who was also a victim of Mira's father's machinations. Mira is being held hostage by Aleksio as he tries to get information about Kiro from her father. Mira doesn't fully understand (until late in the book) her father's role in causing Aleksio to act the way he is, and when she does find out, she feels betrayed by her father.

I think the story line has a lot of potential, and maybe I'll get more of that in the next book. I do plan to continue to the series, as I am intrigued about how some of the plots will play out. This doesn't end on a cliffy, but is more of a continuation of the story.

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.
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