Release Blitz + Review: Mafia Prince By Vi Carter

Title: Mafia Prince
Series: Young Irish Rebels #1
Author: Vi Carter
Genre: Dark Irish Mafia Romance
Release Date: January 11, 2021
BLURB
Jack 
I’m the son of Liam O’Reagan, next in line to wear the crown.
And when I prove myself worthy, I will RULE over the Irish Mafia.
I don’t have time for distractions—much less time for a woman who has always been the bane of my existence.
When Maeve comes back into my life, I fight like hell to resist the pull she has on me.
An attraction that has only grown stronger with time.
But, when trouble lands her at my feet, I take the opportunity to have what I truly want.
I offer her a deal. I’ll help her, but the cost will be one night in my bed.
One night of submission.
One night to have her completely at my mercy.
If only I had known my battle with Maeve would start a war.
Maeve 
Jack is the only one who can help me.
Too bad, he hates me.
But I have no choice but to go to him.
It turns out, hate is a powerful motivator, and I just handed him a way to punish me.
He offers me his help—for a price. Everything in his world has a price.
One night in his bed.
He’s everything a woman would want, so this should be easy. Only, I’m a virgin, and he terrifies me.
I should run, but I won’t.
I can’t.
I just pray this one night doesn’t destroy us both.

Heather 4

This is the first book I have read by this author, and it is a dark Irish Mafia read that will have your emotions all over the place. Our two main characters have known each other since they were young kids. Our hero Jack is a man who is working hard at becoming the next King. When our heroine Maeve comes back into his life he sees an opportunity, and makes an offer she simply can not refuse. Watching these two realize they are perfect for each other was great. Jack going all ALPHA and basically telling Maeve she is staying was kinda hot! I love reading a good enemies to lovers and this book is just that. I did feel for Maeve she has had to deal with so much, and for the reality of some of what she thinks is true is heartbreaking.
There are many twist and turns in this book. Just when you think you have it figured out the author does an amazing job of throwing a wrench into what you think you may already know. This is a great start to a new series and I am looking forward just to see how some of deceit plays out.

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Free in Kindle Unlimited
EXCERPT
My heart drums too fast as I step into the office. The lush carpet under my feet makes me want to remove my boots so as not to dirty it. The door closes, and all the sound is sucked from the room; all the air is vacuumed from my lungs as I slowly look up towards a large mahogany desk, and sitting behind it is Jack O’Reagan. He’s older, angrier, but he still has the same effect on my heart. 
Fury flames through my veins along with a longing that grips my throat. Every thought I have spins out of control. His crystal-blue eyes flash with a quick light before it fades. It’s like a light bulb coming on only to burn out—a flash of recognition that gets swallowed up in a tornado of hostility.
“What do you want? I’m busy.” His deep voice is like broken shards of glass, but I’m glad of it. It pulls me out of my frozen state.
COMING SOON
Releasing April 15
AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU
AUTHOR BIO
When Vi Carter isn’t writing contemporary & dark romance books, that feature the mafia, are filled with suspense, and take you on a fast paced ride, you can find her reading her favorite authors, baking, taking photos or watching Netflix. 
Married with two children, Vi divides her time between motherhood and all the other hats she wears as an Author.
She has declared herself a coffee & chocolate addict! Do not judge.
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