- Fido Publishing
- Release Date
- March 2014
- Book 1 of Songs of Corruption
Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance
***You do NOT need to read Songs of Submission to read Spin***
Mafia capo, Antonio Spinelli blew through my orderly life like a cyclone.
Gorgeous and passionate, with a breathtaking brutality, he put me under his spell the moment he touched me, drawing me into his underworld of risk, violence and betrayal.
And I found, just as this sophisticated savage didn't trust me, I didn't trust myself. Something happened to me. Some alchemy from the heat between us.
I discovered I was a savage, too.
Book Review by BJ (reviewer)
Sep 18, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
117 people found the following review helpful
5 "Capo, Bring Out My Dark Side" Stars!
Have you ever wondered if you have a wild, savage side? If you did, what would it take to bring out your inner bad self? Would dating a bad boy "ruin" you or "spin" your world so that you could finally feel free to explore your darker side?
SPIN, the first book in the Songs of Corruption series, contemplates these questions and more. If you love deep, thought-provoking reads with scorching hot scenes and dominant alpha heroes, then you will not want to miss SPIN! Moreover, read it now, as the next part in this planned three-part-serial (Ruin) is scheduled to be released shortly on October 14, 2014!
For those of you who are wondering how this book fits in with CD Reiss' popular Songs of Submission series, do not fret, as you don't need to read this prior series before SPIN. The common element between the two is the Drazen family. The hero in Songs of Submission is the brother of the heroine of this book. Of course, now that I have discovered CD Reiss' genius writing, I not only am sitting on the edge of my seat awaiting the release of Ruin, but now also feel compelled to go backwards, as soon as possible, to explore Songs of Submission!
Theresa Drazen is an heiress, a socialite and the ex-fiancée of the District Attorney. Moreover, she's an accountant, with an eye for details and discrepancies, so you would think that upon introduction to Anthony Spinelli--even if he had withheld that he was a mafia capo--she would have immediately turned and ran in the other direction, as something clearly screamed to her that he was dangerous and violent.
Like a moth to a flame, however, Theresa was drawn to Spin. She could no sooner run away from him than she could deny what he inspired her to reveal about herself. The closer she got, the more powerful the connection, and the more she would risk to keep him. But does a man like Spin want someone like himself, or is what attracts him to Theresa her seeming innocence and purity? Moreover, when you live in two such completely different worlds, is it realistic to believe that your families/worlds would ever allow such an unlikely union? In the war that their relationship will undoubtedly spark, can either be trusted not to forsake the other?
What a powerful story exemplifying the interplay between good versus evil. Ms. Reiss' writing is filled with parallels that continue to bring this dichotomy to the forefront. Moreover, the raw passion and overwhelmingly dominant, almost animalistic way that "Capo" takes what he wants is such an incredible turn on, making this one of the hottest erotic romances I have read in a long time!
For anyone who is looking for a sinfully sexy read that can challenge your sense of right and wrong, then I highly recommend SPIN!
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