A Series Review of: Bratva & Cosa Nostra, by V. F. Mason @Author_VFMason

Back in October, I read and reviewed Kaznachei’s Pain, by V. F. Mason. I had not read the other books prior to this one though and since I had found myself with some spare time and no scheduled reviews recently, I decided to catch up on the series. I purchased all of the books a while back and had not gotten around to reading them until just recently. I am so glad that I did. I have found another group of Men and women who find themselves in some very crazy situations where the women seem to always be in danger and the men have to save their women and protect them.

I fell in love with the men and women in this series after reading Kaznachei’s Pain. These stories are about a group of men who are brought into the Bratva as they are found living on the streets who form a family and a tight bond, that will prove that family does not have to be blood. Throw in the man that taught these men how to fight and how to survive the life they are brought into. It can also be people who find a place in your heart and will stand with you no matter what you are going through.

Pakhan’s Rose, Pakhan’s Salvation, Sovietnik’s Fury, and Brigadier’s Game are all great stories and I love each one’s story. I give all of these stories a 4.5 star review. They have some very sexy covers too. I highly recommend that you read these stories if you are into stories about mafia, Bratva, Cosa Nostra, or men who will go to the ends of the earth for the women they love as well as for their family members. I also bought the Sociopath Duet. I haven’t read these yet, but I will being reading them in the near future. I can’t wait to read Damien’s story too. 

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