Saturday 13 June 2015

•☆.•*´¨`*•• Obsidian Liquor (Lion Security #1) •☆.•*´¨`*•• Scarlett Dawn •☆.•*´¨`*••


The Lion Security series fires off with Obsidian Liquor, where no one escapes the Russian mafia's burning flame...

While a brutal competition of
America's heroes is held in the United States, Elizabeth Forter is on a personal mission to destroy the Mayor of New York City. But when shes caught red-handed by a man who kills for a living, her enmity rapidly turns to fear.

Daniil Kozar isn't a man to trifle with, and
Elizabeth is forced to strike a deal with the mafia king. Her every action is watched, and she needs to decide how to handle the gun-toting criminal--and his seductive charm.

Daniil may be the devil her father warned about. Or he may be the sensual awakening
Elizabeth never knew she needed. Somewhere, Elizabeth's dad is screaming a prayer...

*Originally published in The Obsidian Collection*
*This work contains sexual material intended for readers 18+*

Copy received from author for an honest review

Obsidian Liquor is the first book/novella in the Lion Security series, and that being said, it does take a while to get into it, as there are so many new characters being introduced.

But once I got into it, I could not put it down.

Elizabeth - the reporter, and Daniil - the mafia boss, really have nothing in common, except for their attraction to each other. I mean, who hasn't gotten blind rolling drunk and ended up in a strangers bed - or at least wanted to!

And that attraction leads to some hot, hot, hot action!

It is not all action between the sheets though. There is a darker undercurrent that runs through this story that gives our characters an edge.

There were a couple of things I wish we got more of. There was something we learn from Elizabeth that I was hoping we would hear more of, heck I needed to know more of! Maybe, just maybe, Ms Dawn might look back during later installments of this series and throw us a bone!

I am hoping we get more of Elizabeth and Daniil in the next book, as I felt that their story was just beginning as the book ended.

I have to say, I am not a huge fan of novella series, but Ms Dawn is one of the few exceptions that I will always read.

Now looking forward to the next book.