Review of Deadly Desire: The Deadly Series, Book 3 by Erin Trejo @trejo_erin

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Tino is finally beginning to find his footing within the family and Enzo is giving him more responsibility. He’s now running the strip club, and Enzo is letting him run it the way he wants. Tino is fair but makes no qualms about being tough either. His new dancer seems to be the center of turmoil with the other dancers and Tino wants to talk with her to find out what is going on, but after he talks to her, he finds that he can’t seem to get her off his mind. There is just something about her that draws his attention.

She keeps to herself and doesn’t want to make any waves in her new life. She came to work for the Ricci’s because she knew that they protected their own and if she danced for them at the club she would be under their protection. Victoria’s on the run with her sister and fears being found because it could mean death for her, but pain and suffering for her sister. It doesn’t matter that she’s drawn to Tino Ricci, she has to keep her distance so he doesn’t find out her secret, but as she will soon find out, Tino Ricci and his brother Enzo are determined men.

This was a great story in the The Deadly Series and I love the characters. The Ricci family is close and protective, not only with their blood family, but with those that they consider family as well. Tino and Victoria are attracted to each other and no matter how hard they fight it; they can’t deny destiny. The story is rife with danger, action, strong, independent women and Alpha, overprotective men. I loved every bit of it, the characters, plot, and page turning action. I give this book a 5-star review and hope there are more to come of this family.

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