From Russia with Claws : From Russia...

  • by Jacey Conrad, Gia Corona
  • Narrated by Natasha Volkov
  • Series: From Russia...
  • 9 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When alpha female Galina Sudenko agreed to attend her distant cousin's birthday party, she wasn't counting on meeting the devastatingly handsome and powerful rom alpha Andrey Lupesco or having her sexy times with him interrupted by the murder of her idiot brother-in-law, Sergei. But such is life when your father is one of the most powerful werewolves within Seattle's supernatural Russian organized crime syndicate. Not content with being just a pretty face and good breeding stock, Galina sets out to make her mark within the family. But in doing so, she runs afoul of her eldest brother, Alexei, the heir apparent to the family dynasty. He has no intention of ceding his position without a fight. Andrey and Galina's burgeoning romance is threatened when she discovers that before his death, Irina's husband, Sergei, hijacked Andrey's shipment of the werewolf drug bullet, a synthetic drug that gives the supernatural creatures a cocaine-like high. Sergei's theft means that Andrey had a reason to have Sergei killed, leaving Galina to decide whether to risk trusting Andrey even as her feelings for him deepen.
As her brother Alexei's behavior becomes more erratic, Galina must find the missing shipment, prove to her family that she'll be a capable leader, and decide whether her lover, Andrey, can be trusted before she can hope to challenge her brother for his position as head of the family. A tale full of sexy werewolves, forbidden love, family power struggles, and danger closing in, Gia Corona and Jacey Conrad's From Russia with Claws will leave you howling for more!


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Not your typical Molly Harper

This book was interesting, but is wildly different from the fun, snark filled dialog readers expect from a Molly Harper book. If the name "Molly Harper" writing as ... is the lead text, it does open up certain expectations moving forward.

There are some interesting errors made with regard to Rom culture that make you go hmmmm. While this is not significant to the storyline, it is a little annoying because the cultural aspects were used in other places. I enjoyed the book but it was drastically different from what I enjoy most about Molly Harper's novels. It was at times slow and bogged down with the descriptive sex scenes, however, at other times, it glossed over aspects that might have been better served to be expanded. (i.e. just when did Alexei become so obsessed with Irina and why?) I understand many readers/listeners want those steamy scenes and that's okay too, but don't leave other bits out to make room for them. Alexei was so unlikable I felt frustrated that everyone seemed so quick to cover for him. More information about the family dynamic might have alleviated that irritation.

It is worth a listen, but I don't think I will be using future credits for this author duo.
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- M. M. Robinson


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Molly Harper's other works are humorous, interesting and fun. This was boring, plotless,stilted and the erotica was flavorless even before the umpteenth reprise.

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- Valerie R

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios