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The Contract: A Mafia Vows Prequel Kindle Edition
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- File Size : 2705 KB
- Publication Date : July 14, 2019
- ASIN : B07V9J6CB9
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 65 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,081 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Hearing news about her future husband, Yannis, and what he’s capable of Maya knows she definitely doesn’t want to marry him. Surprised that her mother agrees that after seeing the papers, she can’t marry him, her mother has never gone against her father but knows she can’t marry Yannis.
Her mother takes them to meet with her uncle, she learns the full extent of the contract that her father made, but it’s the secret her mother has been keeping that gets her uncle’s attention and he agrees to help, she’s going to get married to someone high in the organisation as a reason to cancel the wedding.
She didn’t expect who volunteered to marry her, he’s going to make her pay for saving her.
This book does give a good amount of back story and while it’s a good, suspenseful short read - I feel like you could skip this prequel and still understand what’s going on in The Debt: Mafia Vows (Book One). Note: This book ends on a cliffhanger.
From the first compelling scene to the last gripping paragraph, I was totally hooked on the fascinating events in the introduction to the Mafia Vows series. The life of Maya may appear to be that of someone privileged and pampered, but all she really feels is dejected and lonely. Born into a family that is part of the Greek mafia, she must follow any ruling made by her male relatives. Getting married should be a happy occasion, but her intended has been chosen for her and has no redeeming qualities. As each new development arose, I become more and more immersed in her complex life. There was a large number of directions in which the storyline could go, and few of them had a good solution for her. SR Jones knows how to create believable predicaments, where emotional issues are very complicated and characters are conflicted about what decision to make. THE CONTRACT is packed with intrigue and engaging situations. I will definitely be reading the next installment to see if any of my guesses regarding what happens to Maya are correct.
In The Contract, we meet Maya and her mafia protectors assigned to her and her mother due to threats that they have received. The three guys (Damen, Alesso and Markos) each have very different personalities and strengths and they are to protect her for a few weeks till her arranged marriage to Yannis takes place. Suddenly troubling information about her fiancé comes to light, but will she be able to get out of the arrangement her father, Spiros, made?
Hero (Damen) 5 | Heroine (Maya) 5 | Plot 4 | Writing Style 4 | Steam 4 | Romance 4 | Angst-Suspense 4 | Darkness 2 | Humor 2 | Secondary Characters 5 | Drama-Conflict 4 | Mystery 4 | Twists 4 | Action 4 | Pacing Steady | Dual POV | MF | Trigger Warnings | Mafia | Twists and Turns | Overall 4.5 Stars