Captivated by Bethany-Kris
Narration: Daniel James Lewis
Four ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ stars from Ari
Length: 8 hrs, 23 mins
A shadow meets the light …
When someone needs to disappear, the Chicago mob calls on Joe Rossi. A man who can move without a sound, and kill without a word, they don’t call him the Shadow for nothing.
This time, it’s a New York crime family in need of his skills, but it takes one glimpse of her to make him agree to the job.
Liliana Marcello is every inch a principessa della mafia. Her life has taught her to be wary of strangers, yet her ballet career contradicts everything by putting her on display.
It’s a man with a dark smile and a constantly changing demeanor that makes her feel safe again, but it’s the unknown that holds her back.
It takes one look …
One dance …
One word …
One smile to captivate a man.
And one second to kill a woman because of it, too.
Not all monsters hide in the shadows.
How are you supposed to see them coming?
Joe Rossi is on a business trip in New York City. It’s no ordinary trip because Joe doesn’t work in an ordinary business. He’s a part of the Chicago mob and he’s been offered a job by the New York mob. As he’s in the city on an extended stay he begins to get to know a beautiful and shy ballerina, Liliana. She also happens to be the daughter of the New York boss.
This story was great. It was exciting and kept me on the edge of my seat nearly the whole time. I love how captivated Joe is by Liliana. Their passion and his dominance were red-hot! Don’t even get me started on his dirty taking ways. *drool*
Narration was done by Daniel James Lewis and he does a good job. His accent throughout was slight, but fit the story well. I quickly found myself lost to the narration and story. Would definitely recommend this to lovers of fast-paced mafia romances with great narration.