Book Review | Twisted Cravings by Cora Reilly

43544517._SY475_Pages: 303

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Genre:  New Adult, Dark Romance, Mafia Romance

Publication Date: March 13th 2021

Publisher: Self published

Synopsis:

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As the youngest brother of the notorious Falcone clan, Adamo grew up surrounded by blood and violence. Drugs soon became his way of coping.
Becoming a Made Man like his brothers was his destiny but never his passion. When he becomes the organizer of his family’s successful illegal street races and one of their thrill-seeking drivers, he finally asserts his own path in the harsh mafia world.
His purpose isn’t the only thing Adamo discovers on the fuel-soaked roads he calls home…

Dinara Mikhailov is the only female race driver and hard to ignore. Not only because of her flaming red hair and ruthless driving style, but also because the Bratva princess is allowed to drive in enemy territory.
Soon Adamo and she find themselves entangled in a passionate game that goes beyond the race track. Yet, both haunted by events in the past, their dark cravings put everything on the line.

As what they crave the most, comes with a brutal price.

My Review: 

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Among The Camorra Chronicles series, Twisted Cravings is the weakest book.

It sounds unfair that I am not a huge fan of Adamo Falcone and I wasn’t surprised by it. The story is bland and uninteresting. Basically Adamo doesn’t want to be involved in the mafia and involves himself in illegal racing where he meets, Dinara Mikhailov, a Bratva Princess who has an unfinished business with her mother. She wants revenge against her for what she did when Dinara was still a minor.

Adamo and Dinara shared the same interest and personality. Do they have a chemistry? kind of and almost to none. I gave Dinara the benefit of the doubt and I praise her for being a survivor but she handled things differently. I couldn’t help skimming pages because I WAS BORED TO DEATH. Zero character development. Zero plot. Na-da. The whole thing is a mess.

Beatrice

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