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Duce: A Novel (World's End Book 1) by [Tyler, Kai]
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One mafia boss.
One rival's son.
One deadly setup.

Parties and orgies... those are the only things Carlos Carmichael wants to do. It's the only way he knows to deal with his life as the son of a notorious cartel boss. He'll get whatever he wants by any means necessary.

Until he tangles with a man who plays by totally different rules.

Dante Orsino has been raised in the old ways of honor, loyalty and respect of the business. His role as mafia underboss is more than just a job. It also makes him an heir to one of the biggest families in the Southern Territories.

When Carlos meets Dante and plays a silly game, their weekend tryst sparks a deadly cartel war.

For Dante there's no other life except—the life. And he wants Carlos in his. But in the New World, a gay man is a dead man. Can he find a way to keep everything he loves and stay alive?

In a new world gone mad, even the good guys are bad. Welcome to the World's End series.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 235 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0125GGRH6
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars M/M and the mob what’s not to love? 10 January 2017
By Amy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
M/M and the mob what’s not to love? I wish there were more mob m/m out there so when I saw this book I really jumped at it. Loved how the characters were in danger and all the action. Wish there was more descriptions and some more time spent building the relationship between the two MCs.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Love in the Post-Apocalyptic Times 19 November 2016
By M. Varhalmi - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This is not your typical post-apocalyptic M/M romance. What I really liked about this tale was Carlos really had a lot of growing up to do, while Dante needed to find an outlet for the connection and compassion that came naturally to him. Both men needed the other for those very traits they lacked. I saw this on a weekly blog hop and found myself intrigued to find out where their story went. I wasn't disappointed.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars My Thoughts on Duce 16 May 2016
By Shy G. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
3.5 of 5 stars

Duce is a mafia M/M romance set in a futuristic, dystoptian type setting. The main characters Dante and Carlos meet in a night club when they are both out for a night of relaxation and interested in finding someone to have good time with. While they are both attracted to each other, Dante doesn't originally think its such a good idea to take Carlos home. A dangerous situation and a rescue lead to the two of them leaving the club together after all. That decision though sets off a chain of events that neither of them see coming. Dante soon discovers that the man he now can't stop thinking about is the son of a rival cartel boss. Carlos discovers that man he wanted from first sight is just like the men he has grown up around and despised. And in a new world that is against the two of them being together at all, it seems like their love is doomed before even really having a chance to begin.

Starting off, I'll mention the things that I liked about this book. Dante would be the main thing. Despite being this badass cartel guy, he was still honorable. If he made a promise, he kept it. If he saw someone in trouble, he helped. Of course he wasn't perfect, but that's what makes him even better. He has issues with things from his past. He also had moments where he did what he felt he had to do, even if it wasn't what he wanted to do, and even though it hurt Carlos. He still ended up being a great character for me and my favorite of the story. I liked the depth of the story-line. There were a lot of different things at play here but it was laid out in such a way that it flowed very well. There was no confusion as to what was going on in the moment, and there were no slow, boring moments for me. There were some supporting characters that I loved, and then there were some that I hated. But the ones that I hated were the bad guys that I was supposed to hate anyway so it was OK. And even Carlos, while I did not like him as much as his other half Dante, because he sometimes had some juvenile moments that weren't so endearing, I still liked him overall.

The only dislikes for me about this story were first, I felt like the two were "in love" without a whole lot there to base that love on at the time that they were throwing the word out there. Toward the end, I totally got it and felt that after everything that they had been through it absolutely made sense that they had fallen in love, but when they first mentioned it I kind of felt like they barely knew each other and I didn't get what the basis of their love was built on. And then second, there was the rushed ending. I felt like everything was flowing so steady and smooth and then bam, everything is getting wrapped up and finished out of no where. I felt like some of the things that happened could have been extended either into making the book longer, or could have been put into another book about these two characters and I would have happily read it.

Overall this was a very enjoyable story that I would definitely recommend and I look forward to the upcoming books about some of the secondary characters that I liked in this one.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hold me 19 October 2015
By 2kasmom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Dante and Carl meet at an exclusive club. Carl knows right away he wants Dante. He sees him as the 3D's. Dark, Dangerous & Domineering. Perfect for what he has in mind.

Dante saved Carl's life, so he feels responsible for the kid. He does not think he is big enough or old enough to handle what he would give to him. Turns out that is not quite true...

When push comes to shove, all that matters is that Carl is willing to do what it takes to be where Dante is. Can Dante make a place in his carefully ordered life for him? All Carl wants is to be his.

There is more going on here, and Dante is right to be worried. It is a case of opposites attract. This is a great book of suspense and good banter. Sexy times, and dark and dangerous times. I loved how they could not deny one another even when they want to

***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars OK. Stand alone book with no cliffhanger 31 October 2016
By Marie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
The dystopian world was an interesting idea but there was too much repeated information. Sometimes it felt as though I'd already read a page since the details had been covered previously on one or more occasions. There were odd or redundant phrases such as barn building. The ending was a bit abrupt and some of the choices were very foolish.

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