Review: Wicked Mafia Prince by Annika Martin

Wicked Mafia Prince by Annika Martin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Dangerous Royals #2
Release: July 26, 2016
Length: 317 pages

“My brothers think I’m obsessed. Imagining ghosts. But I’ll always know you.” ~Viktor

Who is the nun who never shows her face?

Ever since killing the love of his life, the beautiful and fierce mafia assassin named Tanechka, Viktor has lived in utter torment.

Now, years later, he comes upon a nun who will never show her face.

Viktor is sure this is Tanechka herself — that she has improbably, impossibly survived. Is it obsession? A figment of a guilty conscience? Or is this their second chance?

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My Review

This was a wonderful contemporary romance, though I'm thankful that it had much more action than the first book.

Viktor was heartbroken. He killed the love of his life, Tanechka, because she had betrayed their people. It was only after her death that the truth was revealed: there was no betrayal. Deeply remorseful and battling survivor's guilt, Viktor is grateful to have his brother, Aleksio, and puts everything he's got into finding their baby brother, Kiro.

This story centers around taking down Valhalla, a significant source of Lazarus's money. Viktor becomes fixated on a nun that is being held because she bears a striking resemblance to his lost love. Turns out she really is Tanechka. With amnesia. After rescuing her, he tries to help her recover her lost memories while he attempts to forgive himself for what he did to her.

A great story about love, loss and absolution!

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