Book 1, All In
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Sometimes it only takes a minute. A connection of eyes across a room, a quickened heartbeat, and everything changes.
I was a cocktail waitress with a fondness for partying and meaningless sex.
He owned half of Vegas, with the reputation to match.
I should have turned away. Instead, I stepped closer.
Then, the lies started.
And someone died.
None of it stopped me from falling in love.
*This is book 1 in a duet. The second book, Double Down, will release on June 18th or 25th.*
Nothing better than a slow burn suspense. NOT DISAPPOINTED! Belle our Vegas casino waitress you shouldn’t like her but you do. Best friend style braiding hair and sharing secrets and she has hers. Dario the casino boss he’s off limits or is he ? Sorry are those my panties on the floor ...oops. He has secrets too. Such an intensity as you’re reading you can’t wait to turn the page but you know that shoe is going to drop and oh boy it DROPS HARD. Bring on the next one can’t wait!
Couldn’t put it down
I was not sure what I was getting Into but man this book was good. It had the sex appeal, angst, and it was written well!
I can’t wait for the next book. I need to know what happens!
Pay your money down
With every Alessandra Torre book, I feel like I'm rediscovering her as an author. I should know now that she never takes the obvious path, never delivers the obvious characterization. She always infuses her books and her characters with depth and complexity.
Such is the case with Dario Capece and Bell Hartley. Their meeting, one of those instantaneous moments of mutual combustion, sets them on a course that builds and builds until a cliffhanging crescendo. All along, Alessandra Torre gives you clues as to what will happen, yet even if you suspect where she's taking you, you still find yourself holding your breath, furiously turning the pages.
There are times when Dario and Bell's relationship will remind you of Brad DeLuca and Julia's from Torre's Innocence series: powerful man and feisty woman. But Dario is different from Brad. He is far more vulnerable, his heart far bigger. Bell, too, differs from Julia. She is more protective of her feelings and more closed to possibilities.
This is the first of a two-part duet, so it ends with a wallop of a cliffhanger. I can't wait to see where Alessandra Torre takes her characters next. No doubt she will go where I don't expect.