Review: Gangster Moll by Bethany-Kris & Erin Ashley Tanner

descriptionAs a newly Made Capo in the Pivetti Crime Family, all eyes are on James “Mac” Maccari, and not for a particularly good reason. The way to his new position in the family was paved with blood, and that left some all too suspicious of where—or who—he might be going after next. Mac isn’t interested in playing to the politics of other Made men or Cosa Nostra. His only goal is to keep his promise and be waiting for his gun moll when she’s finally released from prison.

Until all hell breaks loose … again.

Fresh off her six month sentence, Melina Morgan is all too ready to get back to life, and Mac. The mafia life has been one learning curve after another, but with Mac at her side, there’s nothing that they can throw at her that she can’t handle. Even with a ring on her finger, and a new last name to go with it, Melina won’t be domesticated. But with a man like Mac, he wasn’t exactly looking for that kind of a woman, anyway.

Sometimes, wedding bells bring bloodstains …

When directed attacks start to happen, taking the lives of some of the highest Made men in the Pivetti family, distrust and unrest begins to breed throughout the ranks. Someone is making a move on the boss’s seat, and it seems far too easy to put the blame at Mac’s feet when every single attack is somehow connected to him. All over again, Mac and Melina find they’re fighting an uphill battle to keep each other safe and survive.

But this time, they might not be fighting alone …

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This picks up right where book 1 left off with Mac and Melina apart due to dangerous circumstance. These two eventually reunite and while a lot has changed, their love for each other hasn't.

Melina is one fiesty, smart and sexy heroine. Despite what she has been through, she hasn't lost her fire. And Mac, he is as sexy and hot as ever. As they plan their future together, their path is fraught with hidden dangers and unforeseen agendas. It seems that wherever these two go, trouble seems to follow.

This second installment was a fast and steady read. Like the first, it does end at a high point that has you wanting to know more. I'm looking forward to the final chapter of the story of Mac, the gangster, and his gun moll.

**ARC generously provided by author in exchange for an honest review.**

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