Everybody expects something of Dom, they have his entire life. His family expects HIM to lead, provide, and support them. His company and employees expect him to keep their business successful, intact. His wife, V, expects him to be the beST man he can be.
And then there are the expectations of his father and his “associates.”
Dom’s father, although long past, had left unfulfilled expectations of his own. Everything he built, bled for, killed for… died for, was left in Dom’s hands.
Dom tried to change things, set things straight, atone for the sins of his father and father-in-law. But, it hasn’t been easy. Many others benefitted from his business dealings, and aren’t willing to loose them so easily.
Emilio Rizzo has vowed to keep things the way they were. He’s waged a war to take full control from Dom, with no concern for the toll it will take on everyone involved. Innocents will be harmed, lives will will be taken, and hard-earned progress will be lost unless Dom steps in and fights the way he was born to.
Someone will be disappointed. Will it be his family, his employees, his father, or his beloved V, when he becomes… BOSS.
The family are back and Dom is now the King Pin with V right by his side. Someone is trying to undermine Dom and is focusing their attention on V. I can’t give too much away but we all know that Dom will do anything to protect V and his family.
Like I said in my review of Baby V – I felt like Dom was hiding secrets … V’s not happy when she learns of them. Dom is not a nice man when he’s crossed or there’s a threat against the woman he loves but then again, it’s silly to take on the mafia!
There’s a lot of character growth in this story. V and Dom have had to ‘grow up’.
They are now trying to find their footing in the world that can quickly be taken away from them. There’s uncertainty, there’s chaos and double crossing.
What I really enjoyed about this story was seeing Theresa and Carmine’s story. There are some unresolved issues there and I love their dialogue. Theresa’s a tough cookie and she’s not about to let Carmine have it easy. The flow of the story was good and I enjoyed the alternating points of view.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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