Review of Unchosen Ruler: The O’Malley Family – Mafia Wars Book 6, by Maggie Cole @GiveMeBooksPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

He’s finally free after fifteen years. Now he has to prepare to take his father’s place as the head of the family. Thinking he has plenty of time to learn what is necessary to rule the family, only to find out that his time is up on learning. Liam O’Malley has to prove to the family as well as allies that he is the right man to take over for his father. Then he meets Hailee O’Hare and things in life become more complicated. He’s tired of having to prove that he has grown and changed his ways.

Hailee O’Hare is a kindergarten teacher that only dates boring men. She’s a dedicated teacher and a great one. She teaches in one of the most dangerous parts of Chicago because she fully believes that all kids deserve a chance at a good education and support to be the best person they can be. Her life has not been easy, but the secrets that are revealed in this story could be deadly.

I loved this story of Liam and Hailee. They are both passionate people that believe in trust, loyalty, and honesty. When Hailee discovers her true lineage things could go so wrong for her and Liam, but their trust and powerful connection can be what saves them both. This story was full of action, danger, lies, secrets, and tragedy. Hailee is Liam’s true Queen in every way. She’s the only person that can brighten his days and nights. It was a great story of two people that were never meant to be together but found a way and survive the danger lurking to destroy them and their family. I give this story a 5-star review and am looking forward to Nolan and Gemma’s story.

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