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Review: Long Live the King by W.S. Greer

Long Live the King Long Live the King by W.S. Greer
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

After reading Kingpin, I was hoping that there would be more to the story of Dom and Alannah. To say I was happy when Long Live The King was slated to be released would be an understatement. I was good with the first book, but this one literally knocked that one out of the running. This book was everything I was hoping the first one would be. There was murder, mayhem, cunning, coldness, calculation, sex, intrigue, betrayals, subterfuge, etc. I loved every minute of it.

“She’s in my corner, no matter what, and I’m in hers. Everything else may fall apart, but never Alannah and me.”

Dom’s still the head of the family, the youngest Don ever and not everyone is happy about it. But so what, he’s making it work. Everything is smooth sailing… until it isn’t. Things start going wrong and pretty soon Dom’s not sure who to trust. It’s him and Alannah against the world and he’s ready to shoot first and ask questions later. I never imagined Dom becoming so cold but in the face of all the nonsense surrounding him, I couldn’t really blame him. Besides, I was loving the heck out of his fierceness.

“You better remember it forever. I’m Dominic Collazo.”

Overall, I enjoyed the business out of this story. As the third story I’ve read from this author, it’s my favorite by far!!

Release Date: September 5, 2016
Genre: Mafia Romance
POV: Dual - 1st person
Heat: 3 out of 5
Type: Book 2 of An Italian Mafia Romance

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