Review of Vengeful by Kristin Luciani @kristin_luciani


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ out of 5

Full of suspense, heat, betrayal, and lethal families.

Natalya “Tali” Severinov finds herself in a situation that she’s afraid she won’t be able to get out of. All because she let one man in when she was vulnerable and still reeling after her father’s death. That one man was playing her, and she was too broken hearted to see the signs or to avoid the hold he has on her. His betrayal could be the death of Tali and her brothers, now she and her brothers will have to fight for their lives as will her new neighbors in Monaco. It’s a good thing it’s something they are all used to doing. It’s in their blood.

Cristian Marcone is looking to avenge his father’s death. He and his brother have gone to Monaco to see if they can figure out who killed their father and his business partner. Are they coming for the rest of the Marcone’s next? Can they figure out who is behind the murders before it’s too late? Cristian has to fight to get his head back in the game after he meets Natalya. He’ll find more than his father’s killer in Monaco and changes are headed his way. He has to deal with the betrayal of his family and the one person that he thought was an ally.

I loved this story and the connection and heat between Tali and Cristian is off the charts. I love this series and this story is just as great as the others. The Severinov’s are lethal, loyal to each other, and very deadly. You don’t want to cross them or be on the receiving end of their bad side. It appears that the Marcone’s are the same way. Alec is a force to be reckoned with and I can’t wait to read his story.

I give this story a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who like Mafia, suspense, and stories of families that will kill to protect the ones they love.

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