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~My Review for Thief~
The first thing I always notice about a person is their posture. I was raised to believe that good posture conveys good manners, as well as respect for those around you. Nikolai carries his posture like a casual ‘f#ck you’ to everyone around him. There is no decorum in his leather jacket, jeans, or his haphazardly laced motorcycle boots. Everything he wears is black, but the small glimpse of skin beneath is a riot of colors. Tattoos cover every inch of his exposed skin, including his throat. I’m not sure which is more offensive- the ink or the faux hawk atop his head. This is not the way you attend a ballet, nor is he the type
of man I expect my father to keep company with.
“Tanaka.” He reaches for my hand and kisses it in a way that
few men would ever dare to do in my father’s presence. “You dance beautifully.”
The words are unmistakably accented. Russian. And I’m
struggling to maintain my composure while making sense of this situation. My father has always been protective of me. His own men know better than to speak to me or look at me, but for this stranger, somehow, it’s okay.
My manners, at least, are still intact, so I reply as I should.
“You’ve seen me dance?”
Nikolai flashes a boyish smile in contrast to the deepness
of his blue-green eyes. “I like to invest my time in the arts.”
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~My Review for Crow~
Crow is the story of Mack and Lachlan. Mack is a young woman looking for her friend in the underground world of the mafia.
Lachlan is high up on the mafia chain. When he meets Mack the story just begins.
Mack knows Lachlan and his mafia has something to do with her friend disappearance but she has to find out who took her friend and where her friend might be. She also has to make sure that while she is looking she doesn’t get caught and hurt herself. And while Lachlan has defiantly taken a liking to her, how far will she get finding her friend?
I loved this story and Lachlan. Mach grows up during this story and I enjoyed reading it.
~My Review of Reaper~
This story between Ronan and Sasha is beautifully written. These two have a weird history and have been circling each other for a while, but Ronan doesn’t want to hurt Sasha anymore than she has been.
Sasha, on the other hand, wants love and she wants Ronan. But she has second thoughts when Ronan keeps running away from her. So she has to take the initiative for them to have a relationship.
Again this book is really well written and I loved Ronan and how he comes across. He is so sweet to Sasha but a death dealer to anyone that he loves.
~My Review for Ghost~
Holy shit balls. What a wonderful book. I don’t know how A. Zavarelli keeps coming out with better and better books. Every time I read one of her books I keep thinking wow, where is she going to go next. It was a long wait for this book, but god was it worth it. I will diffidently reread this book again and again.. And god knows what Mrs. Zavarelli has in store for us next!!
~My Review for Saint~
There isn’t enough stars or words to say how wonderful A. Zavarelli books are. This series is unbelievable. Every story takes you on a journey with not only the two main characters but with the whole crew. It is like watching a 4 part mini-series (at least for now).
I loved Scarlett from the beginning when she was in Crow, Who would have known her history was so tragic. But from a tragedy comes something so powerful that it makes you hurt. She is the Satan (which by the way I love how he calls her that) to his Saint.
Saint, on the other hand, everyone should have someone like him on your side. No matter how many times Scarlett hurts Saint he comes back to her, knowing she is a good person deep down. And deep down there is more to her.
This is a wonderful story (of course) that everyone should read.
I was given this ARC generously for an honest review