Review of Chaos & Corruption: The Power and Privilege Series by Janine Infante Boscoe @JanineBosco @ElleWoodsPR

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5

Alex Reggiano is just trying to get through college with his head down and his football career intact. He has goals and getting involved in the secret society on campus and acting or hanging around with those that are involved does not interest him in the least. However, fate is a funny thing and Alex’s fate is being played with.

Victoria Bianci has transferred from a community college to Stonewall University to complete her college education. Her move in day is full of surprises when most of her family decides to go with her to move her into the apartment with her childhood best friend. Luckily her best friend is not there right now, but when her Uncle Riggs shows up in the door with a mountain of a man and introduces her to her new neighbor, Victoria is ready to crawl into a hole. Her family can be a bit much, I mean, she is related to the mafia as well as a well-known MC.

I loved this story in The Power and Privilege Series. It has the familiarity of the Satan’s Knights MC and Parrish as well as the intensity and danger I’ve come to expect and love from Janine Infante Bosco’s writing. Alex and Victoria start off with a sour taste, but circumstances change, and Alex can’t let Victoria follow through with her plan and stay safe, so he steps up to make sure she is safe. When the get to know each other, their feelings begin to show and then their world is turned upside down. Things get quiet again, but for how long? Alex has a decision to make, and his future is held in the balance of that decision. I give this book a 5-star review and am looking forward to reading Deceit and Deception. I highly suggest any of Janine Infante Bosco’s books, they will stay with you for a long time after you’ve finished it.

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