Review of Lucky: O’Sullivan Brothers, Book 1 by Rie Warren @RieWrites @EJBookPromos

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s the oldest brother of the O’Sullivan mafia and is now the leader. After he and his brothers took care of their father, he became the head of the O’Sullivan Clan. Lucky O’Sullivan has no intention of settling down or having only one woman in his life. However, fate has other things in mind for him. There’s a woman that has been showing up at their underground casino and has his attention.

Prudence has obligations and needs to make ends meet to take care of those obligations. Her talent lies in gambling and she has been having a pretty good streak lately. The problem is that her streak has not always been good, and she has the Yakuza after her. They’re not the only threat to her and her life.

I really loved this story of two people that fought for so much in their lives to have what they have and found the only other person that can make their life better. Prudence has been a woman that could take care of herself for a long time and does not like to ask for help, but when she knows that her life could be in jeopardy, or at least that she’s in danger, she turns to the one man that wants more than to just rescue her from the current danger. He will want more and neither one of them are prepared for the feelings they bring out in each other. Lucky and Prudence are perfect for each other and I love how the O’Sullivan’s have taken in Prue and her sister as if they are already part of the family. This story incorporates the Zolotov Bratva, which this story is a spin off from and I love how they are one big family and help each other out. I give this story a 5-star review and if you love a mafia romance with a strong, sassy, independent woman you will love this book as well as the Krasnov Brothers books.

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