Sinful Mafia Prince [The Malvagio Duet book 2] by Ella Frank and Brooke Blaine

"Why'd it have to be you?" Sinful Mafia Prince.

From the blurb:

“They took something that belonged to me—
and nothing will stop me from getting him back.”

The Fiores have made their move.
In a last-ditch effort to save their crumbling empire, they’ve managed to take back their heir, landing a blow to the Rossettis—in particular, Dom.

But failure is not an option for Dom, and soon he finds himself at a crossroads:
Follow his father’s orders and leave Luca to the wolves, or defy the boss and get back what he lost.

The question is, will Luca choose to trust Dom to keep him safe even after all he’s put him through, or will he put his future in the hands of his long-lost family instead?

As the war between enemies reaches its breaking point, both Dom and Luca face the most difficult decision of their lives.

Do they fight for their families or do they fight for each other?

Sinful Mafia Prince is the second and final book in USA Today Bestselling authors Brooke Blaine and Ella Frank's M/M Mafia romance duet. It should only be read after Forbidden Mafia Prince.

Jacqueleen the Reading Queen's Review:

And that's the million dollar question that keeps Dom up at night isn't it? Out of all the people in the world, why did it have to be Luca, the innocent son of his hated enemy, that he had to want with a passion that couldn't be controlled. What made it worse was that somehow Luca wanted him back just as fiercely. Doms world is no place for a man like Luca. It's bloodthirsty and unforgiving. Being gay is a death sentence, even for someone as influential as Dom. He can't keep Luca...but he can't seem to let him go either.

"You're my weakness."

I loved that we got to see Dom and Luca away from the family for a bit. It really helped to cement their relationship away from Luca being constantly terrified. We got to see Dom a bit more vulnerable. The man behind the mafia prince. I also really enjoyed Doms father in this one. He may be the head of the mafia, but he truly loves his family. He just couldn't see past his grief. He came through in the end though and that's what matters.

The ending of this one was sweet if you can believe it. My only niggle is we hear all about how if Dom is ever found out it would lead to his death, yet Luca and Dom get their HEA and we are never shown the reaction of "the family." We know it's not a secret anymore, but we don't get any insight into how any of it went down. My curious brain would have liked to know. However, curiosity aside, I was happy with how Dom and Luca's relationship turned out and enjoyed them right up until the end.

Rating: 4 Stars

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