Sundays In Bed With…

This meme is hosted by: Midnight Book Girl and it  dares to ask what book has been in your bed this morning? Come share what book you’ve spent time curled up reading in bed, or which book you wish you had time to read today! 

Well, this morning I only opened the book in an attempt to read, but read only few lines because my kids woke up really early and started demanding things right away, but that still counts, right?

The book am currently reading has managed to shock me, and delight me at the same time.

It is called Mafia Casanova by M. Robinson, Rachel Van Dyken, and the guy on the cover is absolute deliciousness (one of the reasons I chose the book). And when you read in the description that the main character is a handsome Italian, cruel and gentle at the same time, a seducer named Romeo, who has the power to arouse sinful thoughts in the middle of Sunday Mass, how can you resist?

Here is the blurb if you’re interested to find out more:

From Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author M Robinson & #1 NYT Bestselling Author Rachel Van Dyken comes a full length, standalone romantic suspense novel

Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo?

Can you get anymore cliche? I’d heard that damn phrase my entire life.
Most of the time, it was when a woman was mid-orgasm—or, when I was about to take someone’s life.
You see, we all have our demons.
Apparently, my name was mine. Though it didn’t help me get my answers any faster.

I nodded when I was supposed to.
I smirked when I needed to.
I complimented when the timing was right.
Then… I’d send them to hell after giving them nothing but heaven.
I should’ve felt guilt.
I didn’t.
Because I was good at what I did.

Making people believe what I wanted them to was an art I perfected. In a world where nothing mattered but staying at the top, I made sure no one slipped through my fingers.
Except for her.
She was gorgeous.
One might say she was the female version of me.
I lost her once.
I wouldn’t lose twice.

Now was the time…

To let the games begin.

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