𝑨𝒖𝒄𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏𝒆𝒅 𝑽𝒊𝒓𝒈𝒊𝒏𝒊𝒕𝒚, the first book in the Urban Mafia Kings Series by Raven Woodward is now available!
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Romero came into my life when I was thirteen and taught me how to fight. To stand up for myself. He helped me survive.
But his promise to protect me and my mother washed down the drain the night she died. I was sixteen. He let me leave, and then he didn’t call. Didn’t even try to make sure I hadn’t died in some seedy hotel.
That was just how I wanted it. Until two years later, when my meager earnings at a failing shoe store couldn’t cover all my expenses and sleeping in a broken down car wouldn’t last.
It only took one phone call—hearing his voice again—for all my walls to come crumbling down.
The first night back under his roof, I stumble into his private den to ask for money, inadvertently interrupting he and his ridiculously gorgeous, wealthy friends playing poker.
That’s when his friends start to bid on me.
On my virginity.
They’re all dangerous—I can feel it—but not even I know just how dangerous until it’s too late. Even though Romero tries to stop me, I can’t help but consider giving my body up for money. Except the way he looks at me makes me think he’s the one that wants to take what I’m offering.
This was my first book by Raven Woodward and I was very surprised. I chose to read this ARC because the blurb really hooked me and sounded like something I’d really enjoy. And I was correct. I was really surprised how much I enjoyed this to be honest. I thought it was a good story that really got me hooked and ready to find out all the details about Romero and Julietta. They are such a great couple and made me want more and more the more I read. This book was easy to get caught up in and lose track of time. I really didn’t want to put this down!
If you’re looking for a dark, dangerous and forbidden book to get lost in, this is something you should pick up!
I received an eARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
About the Author:
Raven Woodward is an American author of romance and fantasy. She grew up reading and writing with a side of daydreaming. Among her many inspirations, she finds that Karen Marie Moning, Kresley Cole, J.R. Ward and Gena Showalter have influenced her stories the most. However, when she’s not sitting at her desk drinking copious amounts of coffee, it’s possible she may be hiking or lounging on the beach with her family.