Book Review | Marauder by Bella Di Corte

53851847._SY475_Pages: 456

My Rating: ★★★★

Genre:  Adult, Dark Romance, Romantic Suspense, Mafia Romance

Publication Date: May 8th 2020

Publisher: Self published


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He stole my heart out of revenge.

There was one thing I always thought was mine to give: my heart.

I never imagined a marauder would steal it out of vengeance—vengeance that had nothing to do with me. His greatest enemy happened to be the man in love with me, and somehow I became nothing but a pawn. I was no damsel in distress, though. More like an archer, ready to battle.

And my target? The marauder himself.

Cashel “Cash” Kelly.

Kelly might have been as gorgeous as he was ruthless, but he had no idea what I’d do to steal it back. Or better yet, get even.

She was determined to keep what was mine.

They say hearts can’t be stolen unless they’re willing to be. Tell that to the man everyone on the streets called “the marauder.”


Because by the time I was through, Keely Ryan’s heart would be mine. And my enemy’s? As good as broken. Trouble was, the archer was precise with her aim, and her arrow was pointed at my heart.

Marauder is the second of three books set in the savage world of the Gangsters of New York series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but they are all based in the same world.

My Review: 

“I need you more than a heart needs blood. The only addiction to ever have power over me. The only soul to ever conquer my chaotic soul with complete peace.”

Cashel / Cash “Marauder” Kelly. The famous thief seeks vengeance on his enemy, Scott Stone by stealing the woman he’s in love with — Keely Ryan. My eyes are set on these two since Machiavellian because of the strong connection they shared. I was curious and they dealt on their own issues.

The push and pull between them intensifies their romance. The mafia world here is great and complex . There’s a lot conflict that adds the mystery and more revelations unfold. However, 30% of it unnecessarily dragged on. I am excited to continue the next one and I’m sure it’s not the last book in this series.


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