Malice by Cora Lee June

Rating: 5 out of 5.

π•Ώπ–π–Šπ–—π–Š π–†π–—π–Š π–™π–π–—π–Šπ–Š π–—π–šπ–‘π–Šπ–˜ 𝖋𝖔𝖗 π–‡π–Šπ–Žπ–“π–Œ π–‡π–Šπ–˜π–™ π–‹π–—π–Žπ–Šπ–“π–‰π–˜ π–œπ–Žπ–™π– 𝖆 π–’π–†π–‹π–Žπ–† π–•π–—π–Žπ–“π–ˆπ–Šπ–˜π–˜:

1. Don’t ask any personal questions.

2. Don’t show up at her house unannounced.

3. Don’t ever, ever let anyone know you’re friends.

For three years, I followed the rules. Vicky and I met once a week at the diner where I worked. I was her slice of normalcy, she was the one person I could confide in. It might have been unconventional, but it worked for us.

One night, all hell broke loose and I got caught up in a battle of bloodshed where we almost lost our lives. I ended up face to face with Vicky’s dangerous older brothers. Anthony, William, and Nicholas Civella–the made men of the Kansas City Mob.

After fighting for my life and proving myself worthy, they brought me into their deadly world. It was glamorous but twisted. Torture, death, and crime followed me everywhere I went, chiseling away at parts of me until I wasn’t the same anymore.

Slowly, I betrayed my best friend, and fell in love.

Chances are they’ll ruin me. This thing between us has deadly consequences. But in this criminal world, I’m learning that the rules don’t apply when you’re the boss.

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Cora Lee June ‘s Malice hits all the marks with what readers want lately. Readers have been craving those those anti heroes that ones who are too bad too forget and the made men of the Civella family fit the bill perfectly. Thrown into their world by chance, the story of Juliet is one that pushes the boundaries in a good way. She is taken into a world that she isn’t sure what to make of. She only has one thing to worry about don’t fall in love and stay quiet.

Yet in an instance everything changes and this where the story starts. When she commits the first fatal mistake and we get to see how the tables are turned when you are an innocent caught up in a world that is foreign. Juliet in every sense is destroyed by these changes. June doesn’t prettify the situation. Juliet is thrown into the deep end and force to adapt to these challenges.

Juliet seems to be a dear in the headlight but this dark world doesn’t allow for a innocent to remain an innocent for long. This world is cunning and June exploits her at any chance taking us deep in to the Civella world which is brutal and wanting to engulf her.

June pushes the boundaries with her story and it will appeal to those who seek out these dark reads and expect the Mafia to be as tough as they promise to be. Fatal mistakes are never easy to redeem yourself from but Malice does a hard job of convincing that fatal mistakes could be a blessing in a disguise and change things for the better.

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