The Bossman by Renee Rose
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Too say he loved his role in his family would be far from the truth, for Joey La Torre the Don’s brother he does his job but there is an inkling of wanting something else. When he seeks out Sophia Palazzo to help with his troubled knee, he never expects to find a woman who captivates him body and soul.
Sophia has no interest in getting involved in the mafias dealings. It already shattered her life once when her father was killed and although she is attracted to Joey she cant go there. Joey though feels otherwise and is determined to make Sophia his, but when the outside world creeps in it is about to shatter the delicate relationship they are building.
This was a bit all over the map for me. I liked the concept but you have a lot to absorb and Sophia is treated by others for the sins of her father and mother. There is a kind of bullying attitude but then there are two other incidents that happens int he book that leave you scratching your head. I liked Joey I just think maybe if a bit longer some of the things would not have been so rushed.
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