Review of Taken: Men of Mayhem, Book 3 by Kristen Luciani @kristen_luciani

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s a loose cannon after things went bad and he lost the love of his life. Well, he walked away from the love of his life without defending himself or fighting for her. He felt defeated and was blaming himself for the way things turned out at her 18th birthday party. Tommaso now lives his life on the edge and does not let his head get clouded when he needs to do a job. He doesn’t ever want to miss anything again that could cause someone’s life to be in the balance.

From the first time she laid eyes on him she knew that he was it for her, but there was an age difference and he worked for her father. He’s also her brother’s best friend, or she believes he is. Gemma is naïve, young, and daddy’s little girl. The night of her 18th birthday everything goes terribly wrong and even after she lost her dream of playing soccer, she won’t recover from this situation. Her life will go downhill, and she’ll have to make the same decision that Tommaso did two years earlier. Will she be able to save everyone, or will it be a huge mistake on her part?

I love the Men of Mayhem series as much as I loved the Severinov Bratva Series. The characters are lethal, loyal and so much fun to read. This family is entertaining to read, and they always seem to find themselves in deep trouble, but they are good at getting out of it, with a little help from their extended family. I love Kristen Luciani’s books. She has a way with her characters that has you laughing, tearing up, and wanting to slap them throughout the books. In the end, they always win me over though. I give this book a 5-star review and I am so looking forward to Vincenzo Marcone’s story. He’s going to fall so far down the rabbit hole, just like Alex did. I cannot wait. It seems the higher they are in the family the farther they have to fall when the woman that steels their hearts come along.

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