Top positive review
All you Mafia Lovers, this book is for you.
Reviewed in Australia on 13 January 2020
If you love Mafia romances with a second chance at a happily ever after, then Code of Silence is DEFINITELY for you.
Hits you with the feels.
Hella Epic Secondary Characters.
Dangerous and feared.
Those are the words that describe Luca, Luca who just happens to be Haven's ex-boyfriend.
Their Relationship is complicated to its max.
Let's take it back a bit without giving spoilers.
Two years ago, he broke my heart when he left me to do his father’s bidding. After months of crying, I finally accepted he was gone and wasn’t going to look back. That maybe he’d never loved me at all. I never wanted to see Luca again.
Now a cruel twist of fate has signed me over to him in a heartless deal. I’m his. He thinks he did me a favor, but I feel like I’ve been given a death sentence. He doesn't want to get married because he still loves me.
No, he did it for money.
There are plenty of layers to this story, plenty of secrets that are buried deep. The twists and turns are never ending and when the truths finally come to light, you’re left reeling. Code of Silence has everything you want from a mafia romance, from power plays, fighting, money making and deception. You’ll become so engrossed in this story that you won’t be able to put it down. Once I finished this book I was left wanting more of Luca's and Haven's Story.
I loved Luca and Haven’s story. It was intense and chaotic, but also emotional and passionate. Their love held so strongly for the other, even if they didn’t want to admit or fought against it. Let me just tell you their the seconding characters you'll all going to die for. Especially Nite and Mia, Jasmine, and those delicious Dark Kings. I cannot wait to experience all that of what the Kings are going to give us when their time comes to tell us their stories.
Shantel Tessier nailed it with Code of Silence, she just gets better and better with each book that she puts out into the world. She is always giving us the angst, the emotion, and the darkness we crave.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.