I thought he bought me to save me… but he’s keeping me for himself.
It was a girl’s night out gone wrong. Like some awful horror movie, my friends and I were grabbed in a dark parking lot and shoved into the back of a van.
Coming from powerful families, we thought we were untouchable.
We thought wrong.
Our captors trapped us, violated us, and put us up for sale on the black market.
Johnathan was sent to buy me so his boss, Lucifer, could have leverage over my father.
He was supposed to save me, protect me, and return me.
Not claim me and keep me for himself.
— — —
For dark and sinister mobsters, these guys can’t help but fall in love with a damsel and sign up for the instant family!
Jonathan goes undercover for Lucifer’s crime organization as a human trafficker, in place to purchase sex slaves for his boss. In reality, he is helping to shut down a ring that thinks they can operate in Lucifer’s city without his approval. But lets just go with Jonathan is the good guy here.
He buys Beth and a little boy while undercover, but instead of letting them go when the traffickers have been killed, he decides to keep them. Thomas is only six and has no family to be returned to, and Beth instantly becomes the apple of Johnnie’s eye. Add in her politically powerful and highly abusive father, and there is no way that Jonathan is letting either of those two out of his sight.
Jonathan is big and scary and romantic. Beth wasn’t a bimbo which was an improvement over the heroine in the first romance story. If you like dark (ish) romance, mafia heroes and single-mother love stories, this is one for you.
* * * *