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Kostya: Zinon Bratva

By: Nicole Fox
Narrated by: Timothy G Little,Danielle Lorentz
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Summary

I can buy my secretary’s submission—or I can take it the hard way.
My ex-wife’s fatal car crash left me with a cruel gift:
A daughter I never knew I had. 

I am a billionaire. A mob boss. A titan.
Not a babysitter. 

I need a woman’s touch to help raise my daughter.
My secretary doesn’t know it yet, but her life is about to change.
Charlotte is gorgeous. Feisty. 

And best of all…
Desperate. 

So from now on, we’re going to do things my way.
It starts with five little words:
“Let me own you, kitten.” 

Kostya is a stand-alone single-dad mafia billionaire romance.

©2019 Nicole Fox (P)2022 Nicole Fox

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  • Vicki
  • 21-10-22

Charlotte and Kostya

This book was very good. Kostya was every bit the Bratva boss, especially when he said he would kill Charlotte if he had to. After his ex left him, he didn't want to love again. He felt it made him weak and he could be very cold at times. She died and left him with a very young daughter. Charlotte worked for him but he offered her a huge raise to take care of his daughter. He was attracted to her and never acted on it until the night she goes to the house that sat at the back of his mansion's property because she saw the light on. Later in the book things happen, thanks to her mother, that make Kostya feel he cannot trust her and she may need to be eliminated. The ending felt like it was wrapped up too quickly. Timothy G Little and Danielle Lorentz did a great job with the narration.

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  • Natasha R
  • 03-11-22

Not really sure if this should be a 2 or 3 star.

This was just okay. In the beginning I felt like there was something building between the main characters but then things just fell flat after about 30% into the story. My other issue is that the whole mafia storyline just seemed to far fetched.

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  • D2niteowl
  • 28-10-22

I want to smack Charlotte

I did like the story but it didn't make sense to me at times because why in the world would Charlotte follow him to a hotel with a recorder. Her plan was clearly not thought out. what was she going to do. Her mother was nuts and her sister was terrible. Then the book just ended.