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Review: Dirty Pool by Bethany-Kris

Review of Dirty Pool by Bethany-Kris



DIRTY POOL

Michel Marcello isn't like the other men in his family. He's different. He doesn't want to be in the family business. But don't let that make you think he's soft or that he's not strong and badass like all Marcellos. That's why the Irish mob princess Gabbie is perfect for him in a Romeo and Juliet kind of way. She's feisty and sassy and smart af just like Michel. So when the two meet and fall in love, you just know there's going to be trouble.


I love Dirty Pool! There's something so readable about Bethany-Kris' Mafia stories - they're always suspenseful and passionate and I can't help but love them. But Dirty Pool is somehow different, but different in a good way. I suppose because Michel is different. He's not a made man, not in the family business, but that doesn't mean he doesn't find his way to his fair share of trouble. Mainly in the form of a little Irish princess who I just loved. She and Michel are perfect together, perfect for each other and made me fall in love with them just like the other couples in this Mafia world Bethany-Kris has created. I'm not sure if there's more coming about this Italian/Irish blend, but I certainly hope so because Dirty Pool has the one element none of the other stories I've read in this series have - a touch of sweetness and light to go with the usual suspense and steam always present. Can't wait for more Mafia love from Bethany-Kris!


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