- File Size: 506 KB
- Print Length: 112 pages
- Publication Date: September 8, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0098AD2FS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446,463 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Awakening the Mobster: Mobster's Series Book 2 Kindle Edition
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By: Amy Rachiele
After some mafia craziness, Antonio & Vito are taking Megan, along with her sister Erin, away from Palmetto and hopefully away from danger. During this time Antonio and Megan cement their relationship and get even closer to one another. The time from frame the first book and this book only encompasses around 2 weeks. But with all the drama and everything going on, it doesn’t seem like it has been that short of time.
Erin isn’t adjusting well and Vito does everything that he can to help her out. His methods seem to work since they calm Erin down. Vito acts like he may have an interest in her but no one seems to notice much because she is only 14 and he’s probably around 17.
The mafia drama ramps up in this book. Some of it seems over the top, considering a high school senior is supposed to be taking care of it all. He may be the mob boss’s son, but he’s not even a capo and it seems like a lot of this would be over his head.
Again in this book, similar to the first book, there needed to be some sort of separation between the paragraphs when there was a major scene change.
"I enjoyed this story. The book probably would have received 3.5 stars from me were it not for what appeared to be a lack of editing. I had to check a few times to make sure that I wasn't reading an ARC. There were grammatical errors (your instead of you're), punctuation in the wrong places (like the middle of words) or completely missing punctuation where it should have been. It really ruined the flow of the story every time I had to stop reading and mentally correct things. I also hate stories that don't end. If it's its own book, end it with a proper ending. Harry Potter did this very well, a running story but with complete stories in each book. Don't just stop mid paragraph and say 'buy my next book to find out the rest of the thought.'
I really did enjoy the story; I liked the characters and found them to be believable. And I will continue with the rest of the books, but please, make sure they're edited before publishing!"
The only differences was that there weren't punctuation marks in the middle of words and though it did end in the middle of a situation, it didn't bother me as much here as in the first volume. I do enjoy these books, its just frustrating that I've spent $10 (plus shipping) on each of these books that are barely 100 pages, and they aren't proofread/edited as they should be.
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>I am an independent reviewer. This is the second book in the Mobster series, with the main relationship ending in an...Read more