Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Crossfire of Love Review...



Can an arranged marriage lead to love?

Recent college graduate Gabriella has finally married the man of her dreams, the older, charismatic attorney Lorenzo Martinez. She's had a crush on him for as long as she can remember and always imagined they'd one day find their happily ever after. Unfortunately, they enter into a union arranged by their fathers.

Lorenzo is charming, protective, and loyal to his crime lord father Carlo. When Carlo asks Lorenzo to marry Gabriella he jumps at the opportunity. He's been drawn to her for many years and knows by marrying her he's helping to protect her father.

Gabby is resentful and won't be Lorenzo's charity case. But sparks fly and the couple soon gives into their desire, realizing they were meant to be together.

What happens when Carlo's enemies threaten their future? Will someone get caught in the crossfire?

Content Warning: graphic sex, some violence



Reviewed by Kayla:

Can arranged marriages work? Is there any love at all? Well at first you would think that Gabriella and Lorenzo were not going to work out. But Lorenzo has always been drawn to Gabriella. Gabriella doesn’t want to be somebody’s charity case. She makes that very obvious. But soon things start to happen and they may realize they are meant for each other. I don’t want to give away too much. It was a nice and short read but a good story. Who doesn’t love some mob action mixed with romance? I give this book 4 out of 5 stars!