Soldier

Soldier

By Liliana Rhodes

  • Release Date: 2014-02-28
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
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From 65 Ratings
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Description

From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Liliana Rhodes

Gia
My entire life I've always done what others wanted. Until I met him. Dante is mysterious, rough, and makes me think things a good girl like me shouldn't. Loving him could cost me my family, leaving him would cost me my life. He's a killer, a mafia hit man, and my protector.

Dante
Gia's a good girl. She should have nothing to do with me, but she's awakened feelings in me I didn't think I was capable of having. Protecting her was like breathing, I didn't have a choice. But the one act that will finally make her safe, is what will push her away. I must kill her brother.

Reviews

  • No good

    1
    By TrishaAnne38
    I need a good, sexy mafia romance. This was not it! Could. It finish.
  • When opposites attract sparks fly!

    5
    By Carly Rose (RuralMom)
    Dante is the strong silent type. He grew up in the "family" and has been a soldier all his life. Gia's plans to become a nun are interrupted by her mother's death. From the first moment Dante lays eyes on Gia he calls her his angel, but he knows his bad boy ways are going to keep them apart. Gia is instantly captivated by her gentle giant, and believes she sees more than just a tough guy in his amazing blue eyes. When Gia's brother gets in over his head with a local gang of thugs Dante comes to her rescue, but in order to find love each must be willing to face some hard truths. The road to acceptance and love is best traveled side by side. A well written and fast paced romance with action, humor, heartache and moments of pure tenderness that is sure to delight readers. It has a low heat level, and does contain a few tense scenes that depict mob related violence; not particularly graphic in nature, but may be disturbing to some readers. A copy of SOLDIER was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review

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