Review of Escape You (A Cole Brothers Novel, Book 3) By Diana A. Hicks @LWoodsPR


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✨ 4.5 out of 5

Mia Torelli has stepped up and taken over for her Uncle Mickey after he is gunned down to run the crew in New Jersey. She was born into this life and will do all that she can to protect her town and her family. She knows that it won’t be an easy job, but she also knows that she can do it. She just needs to get her crew behind her and on board with a woman in charge.

Tyler Cole is man who has just returned from helping his brothers get out of a situation in
Venezuela and came back with a woman he rescued while there with his brothers. After she tells the brothers what was going on in Venezuela with her former boss, they decided to help her get out of Venezuela. Tyler went to the FBI for help after he returned home only to be denied any help.

The first time Mia and Tyler meet is almost like it was orchestrated by someone. Their immediate attraction is steamy. Neither one is in the position for a relationship at this time and go their own way. However, fate has other plans for them. Their lives are about to change and be twisted. Will they both survive, or will they find their demise? They both live dangerous lives and each day is a question mark.

I loved this story and have to find time to read the other books in this series. The Cole brothers are sexy and dangerous. I give this story a 4.5 star review and highly recommend it to any reader who enjoys mafia, men in law enforcement, the grey lines between right and wrong, or stories that have you hanging on every page.

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