Sergei Andronikov was a child when the Mafia wiped out his family, leaving him with nothing but a hunger for revenge. Years later, through ruthless strategy and tireless patience, he's a contract killer working for the three families ruling Cape Swan...and he's nearly in position to bring them all down from the inside.
Domenico "Dom" Maisano is Mafia royalty, a made man...and a hitman. He's caught up in a violent life he can't escape, struggling to maintain an image he doesn't want, and suppressing desires he can't have.
A chance encounter throws the killers into each other's paths. Though Dom knows he's playing a dangerous game, he's intrigued and keeps coming back. Sergei can't resist him either - Dom is everything he set out to destroy, but he's also everything he's ever ached for in a man.
Then Sergei gets the contract he's been waiting for - the hit that promises to bring the town's Mafia to its knees.
But when a boss makes an unexpected move, Sergei must choose between dropping the hammer on the families he vowed to annihilate, and protecting the man he swore he wouldn't love.
And the wrong choice - or even the right one - will destroy them both.
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Fantastic narration, but no story for me...
Michael Ferraiuolo did a really great job in giving the different characters a voice.
The book was well written but the story wars not one for me .The whole story is about cold blooded murder, even if they think they have good excuses why they have to act this way.
I only made it to the end because I wanted to know how Sergej and Dom would solve their problems . I think I will stay away of books with stories of the mafia in the near future...
Mal was anderes...
Das Szenario hatte ich so noch nie gehört. Es war frisch und kreativ.
Die Charaktere wurden vom Sprecher großartig zum Leben erweckt. Die verschiedenen Dialekte waren sehr authentisch, teilweise fast ein bisschen schwer zu verstehen.
Manchmal gab es Längen, wo es etwas zügiger hätte gehen können. Die Ausweglosigkeit der einen oder anderen Situation versteht man wohl nur als Mafioso...
Alles in allem ein tolles Buch, das einen einige Stunden in Atem hält.