Maksim Kirov is a mobster who gets what he wants, both at his posh gentleman's club in Hell's Kitchen and in the bedroom. Sexy, dangerous, and obsessed with control, he's risen through the ranks to become a highly respected leader in the tight-knit Tarasov crime syndicate. He rules with an iron fist...until he meets Sydney Martin.
The Australian-born Sydney is determined to refuse Maks's advances, despite their electrifying chemistry. The owner of a neighboring nightclub, Sydney rules her own domain. But when a deal with a Mexican drug cartel goes terribly wrong, she has no choice but to turn to Maksim and the Tarasov organization for protection. Could giving in to their intense attraction be what saves both Maks and Sydney? Or will their all-consuming passion - and her shocking secret - destroy their lives?
In the hot and scandalous third installment of the Wanted Men series, lust and loyalty clash in New York's mob underworld.
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- Wayne "I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!"
Couldn't Stop Listening!! I Love these Russians!
This book captivated me at the epilog. I couldn't stop listening. Russian
adonis 'Maksim' will steal your heart and melt your panties.
Scott Schumaker's Russian accent and performance is the reason for the panty melting :) It would have been nice to have had a female perform for the female parts... but I was so into Scott's Russian performance it wasn't that big of deal.
If you go to Nancy Haviland's website you will see pictures and associations of all the Russian adonis' and their beautiful ladies.
This book is absolutely worth a credit but at the price of $7.34 I bought it and saved my credit.
This is a book I will listen to over and over again and again.
- Vicki "I just have to roll my eyes and say 'really' when someone writes in a review that a fiction book was not realistic...come on now 'really'"