New Release and Review: Ink by Sophie Lark @GiveMeBooksPR

Title: Ink

An Enemies to Lovers Mafia Romance

Series: Colors of Crime #7

Author: Sophie Lark
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: May 13, 2020
Blurb

 

He’ll Never See It Coming…

I never thought I’d get revenge on Roman Turgenev. He was a Bratva prince, I was a nobody. So I don’t know why he turned his gorgeous green eyes on me, and decided to spend every single day of high school torturing me.

Now he’s the head of the Paris Mafia, more powerful than ever. To me, he’s the same arrogant bully I used to know. I don’t care if he’s trying to be nice to me. It’s only because he needs my help…

And I am going to help him. Or at least, I’ll pretend for a while…

I’ll get close to him.
I’ll learn all his secrets.
And then I’ll destroy him…

“Ink” is a bully mafia romance, Book 7 in the Colors of Crime series. It’s an intense, violent, and sexually charged stand-alone novel. Complete with HEA and no cliff-hangers, plus enough steamy scenes to set your kindle on fire!

 

 

 

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Author Bio

 

Sophie lives with her husband, two boys, and baby girl in the Rocky Mountain west. She writes intense, intelligent romance, with heroines who are strong and capable, and men who will do anything to capture their hearts.

She has a slight obsession with hiking, bodybuilding, and live comedy shows. Her perfect day would be taking the kids to Harry Potter World, going dancing with Mr. Lark, then relaxing with a good book and a monster bag of salt and vinegar chips.

 

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My Review:

 

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4 out of 5

He never saw her coming…

He was raised in the Bratva, the son of the Turgenev family. He’s arrogant, rich, and raised to be a leader. He looks down on Mila because he knows that she is not part of the Bratva, and her family owns a restaurant. Mila Drozdov has switched schools because her mother comes from a well-known family, not because her family is rich. She’s now attending Blackwood with the rich and famous students. She can’t really afford the extras that the other students can, and Roman Turgenev is always calling her out and has made her an outcast at Blackwood. Mila wants nothing to do with Roman after what the Bratva did to her family. Can she get her revenge on the Bratva through Roman while doing her job?

Mila Drozdov is now out of College and living in Paris looking for a job as a reporter. With journalism degree, she is now ready to attain a job and live her life. The day of her interview she has a run in with Roman and it seems that things have not changed between them.

Roman Turgenev feels that he has grown and is ready for to carry on his father’s idea of opening a new casino in Paris. The trouble is that not everyone is excited for the new casino. When Roman runs into Mila again, literally, he finds the old Roman coming out and he is not happy to find that Mila still makes him crazy.

I really liked this story. The progression of Mila and Roman’s lives is entertaining, tumultuous, and steamy. They both need to come to terms with their feelings for each other. Mila is a curious woman who has to follow her head when she finds something that draws her in, until she has the answers, the only problem with this is that it puts her in danger and could end her life. Roman is used to violence and is trying to change his ways, but Mila seems to make that hard for him. He finds that he will do whatever it takes to keep her safe.

I give this story a 4-star review and suggest it to readers who enjoy Mafia/Bratva, enemies to lovers, danger, suspense, or strong-willed women who can’t seem to avoid danger.

 

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