A ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Review of Take Me: Dark Odyssey, Book 5 by Faith Summers @HiddenGemsBooks

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Christian Giordano wants to prove his worth and gain his place in the family, but when it seems that things are stacked against him and his own father doesn’t show faith in him his whole world feels like it’s about to implode. The only light in his life right now is the beautiful Angel that he hired to dance in his club The Dark Odyssey. His current theme is Heaven and Hell, and Lilly St. James is his depiction of Heaven.

Lilly St. James feels as though she’s hit bottom, but in order to provide for her daughter and keep her and her daughter safe, she has to take the job dancing in The Dark Odyssey and do as she is asked since she stated on her contract that anything was possible. However, she’s not prepared for what her path forward will be once she meets Christian Giordano. Her world is about to be turned upside down again and there is not guarantee that she will walk away safe this time.

I love the Dark Odyssey books and Christian’s did not disappoint. Christian is a man that just wants to prove that he can contribute to the family business along with the rest of his cousins and his brother, and not just be the bookkeeper and run The Dark Odyssey. His own brother and father seem to continue to look at him as the youngest and not capable of handling the business. Giordano Inc will take a couple of hits and Christian will be the one to take the blame for the issues, but when his father puts him on the spot, Christian may just end up giving his life for his family and the family business. Christian is just as lethal, possessive, and protective as the other Giordano’s, but his loyalty is above the older generation, just like his cousin’s. If you like mafia, possessive men, Alpha protectors, and women that bring these men to their knees, you will love the Dark Odyssey, and you may just get to read about your wildest fantasy in the process.

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