Review of Snow: A Dark Mafia Romance (Colors of Crime Book 6) by Sophie Lark


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⭐️ 5 out of 5

She wasn’t raised in the bratva. Sasha was raised like a princess and went to school to become a doctor. She’s passed her exams is now ready to head home and find a job in a local hospital, maybe travel some when she can. Her family has always been pretty well off, they own a restaurant that has been in the family for a few generations. She’s excited to get home and share with her parents that she has passed her exams with great scores. However, when she returns home, she notices a lot of changes with her father, the restaurant, and their home. She may not have been raised in the bratva, but she is not naïve, she knows how they work, and she is very aware of danger when you owe them.

Snow is fighter, but he does not fight for anyone but himself. He has dreams of becoming legit and making a real name for himself. When he hears of a tournament that can get that much closer to his dreams he is determined to fight, even if his training is not sure that he’s ready for this tournament. He doesn’t want to fight for any of the bratva bosses because he doesn’t want to be owned by them. He fights a clean fight and he maintains his morals at all costs. When he first sees the young doctor at the tournament, he is drawn to her. He finds himself attracted to her and can’t seem to turn his back on her, he’ll put himself on the line to make sure that she is safe and free. It might cause him his life, but his determination could prevail too.

I love this story. These two are survivors and they are very protective of the people they care about in their lives. They will go through a lot of changes and will find the strength they both have deep inside to survive and they become stronger together. I give this story a 5-star review and recommend it to readers who enjoy mafia/bratva, suspense, women who find their strength when the people they care about could be in danger, and the men that will go to any extreme to protect the woman that steels their heart, as well as the people they are loyal to.

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