⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
How do I even start with this book? I am a huge fan of both Jane Henry and Sophie Lark. Their books always leave me wanting more and The Bratva’s Heir did the same. I want more of Constantine and Clare, and more about the characters in this book. Yury was a character that I would love to know more about. I loved that both authors brought some of their previous books into this story.
Constantine is a man on a mission to find those that betrayed him and railroaded him. He will go to any length to find the truth and he is not a man to mess with. When he sets his plan into motion there are a lot of people that have his back, but he doesn’t trust easily, and this situation is proof as to why he shouldn’t. He’s not a man with a heart, but when he spends time with Clare a new side of him begins to emerge.
Clare is a pawn that will find her courage and strength from the situation she finds herself in. She’ll fight it at first, but when things begin to come to light, she will find her way to stand up for herself and the man that she’s fallen for.
I love the story, the characters, the action-packed pages, the suspense, and the twists and turns that this book has in it, the attraction and steam between these two are off the charts. I really hope Jane and Sophie team up and write more mafia books, they are two of my favorite mafia writers. I give this book a 5-star review and highly recommend it.