Recommended By Angie
Recommended By Angie
I admit, I was confused at the end of Spin, but rolling right into Ruin, CD Reiss picks up where it left off and doesn't give Theresa and Capo a break. Oh, HELL no. These two are like the dirtiest bunnies in the forest, using sex as their own weapons and punishment. The story around the sex has depth and history, just like her other books, and like her others, is so well written, I have to take mental breaks to wrap my brain around its prose. Spin and Ruin should be read together, and they complete the story to the point that you can read them without waiting for the next book. A definitely MUST read!
CD Reiss brings the Capo and Contessa back with a bang! The story is so compelling and the sexin’ is so NAUGHTY! I love the complexity of the mafia story intermixed with the wild relationship of Theresa and Antonio.
Love stories aren't always pretty, and this one most definitely is not pretty. But it's a love story all the same. It's about Antonio and Theresa protecting each other from everything, including themselves. It's violent and sexy and funny and sad. And don't even get me started of the dirty, angry sex. Perfect.
The deliciously despicable Capo is back! This isn't the story of some weak woman lead astray. Theresa hungers to be sullied by Antonio. Ruined.
Passion, power and corruption- Ruin is explosively hot, expertly crafted, and perfectly titled. [October 2014]
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"And what's your job in all this?" "My job is to fuck you until the neighbors think I'm murdering you."
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Antonio is a killer. He's beautiful and educated; a prodigy of a thief and as violent a badass as ever came off the boat from Napoli.
Theresa knows it, but that doesn't stop her from getting emotionally and physically entangled with him, and this is how, maybe she got it in her head that she can protect him.
But it's not her job to save him, and she's just not getting that. Every time she tries to protect him, she practically gets him killed, and the tighter he grips her, the more dangerous she becomes.
It's almost as if...well, he'd never admit this....but it's almost as if protecting her the way he does is the one thing he should stop. As if the only way he's ever going to find a moment's peace is to just embrace her as a partner, rather than a defenseless creature.
But he'd never do that. Not this violent badass.
WARNING: This book contains delicious sex scenes with a hot man dirty-talking in Italian; women handling firearms and explosives; and scenes of violence with a crystal Virgin Mary cigarette lighter.