Review: In the Beginning by London Miller

In the Beginning by London Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Volkov Bratva #1
Release: October 24, 2013
Genre: Mafia Romance
Length: 286 pages
Multiple POV

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This book had me hooked from the opening scene!

From there it was just a matter of waiting. To see how Lauren and Mischa's relationship would evolve. To figure out who they were as individuals and as a couple. To see the dirty deeds that occurred in the background. To watch as the truth behind Lauren's dad's death was revealed.

I wasn't completely sold on these two as a couple. I liked their connection but... I'm waiting for more.

This author has a great way of telling a story. The only real problem I had with this book was that there were many Russian phrases with no translation! WTH?! Even Google Translate failed me lol :(

After everything that happened between Lauren and Mischa, and the messed up mess of the Bratva, I'm curious to find out what's next. On to book 2.

About the Book

Twenty-year-old Lauren Thompson left her small town in Michigan to begin a new life in the Big Apple where no one knows her name or the tragedy that had rocked her family fifteen years prior. With new friends and an intriguing new love interest, starting over is easier than she expected...but Mishca Volkov isn't what he seems. As the son of a Russian Mob boss, he thrives in a world of chaos and fear, earning the title of Bratva Captain through blood and pain.

When the two cross paths, lines blur and passions ignite, bringing them closer than they could ever imagine. Until secrets from the past threaten to tear them apart. Can they fight past their demons...or were they doomed by fate before they ever met.

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