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Oh My GAWD! This book is absolutely FABULOUS!! I love Mac and Melina!

This story is not the typical Mafia book. In most Mafia stories the male character is "made", already high on the food chain. Mac is a soldier. It's totally awesome to read about how these men scrimp and scratch to pay their dues to their Capo. It's totally refreshing to understand how the process of becoming made from the ground up.


Review from Amazon reader, Expresso

Thrilling, Gritty, and Sexy - "Gun Moll" is an enthralling interracial New York based Italian mafia dark romantic thriller. The interracial aspect is an interesting element since lately most mafia novels are focused on the Irish, Italians, and the Russians. "Gun Moll" drops a "caramel colored civilian" who believes that the mafia is dead into the middle of la famiglia and she finds herself firmly entrenched in the life.

Review from Amazon reader, Lightning City Reviews


James “Mac” Maccari’s career in the mafia is at a standstill. As the best solider in his Capo’s crew, all he wants is to be noticed enough to get Made in the Pivetti Crime Family. But instead, his Capo’s interests seem more focused on keeping his solider hidden from the boss, and every other made man he can. Seemingly stuck right where he is with no chance of going up, Mac doesn’t know what will finally get him the attention he needs to earn his button.

Until she shows up and all eyes are on them …

Melina Morgan survives—that’s just what she does. She’s never been able to depend on anyone but herself to keep her safe and get things done. When a chance encounter puts her in a bad situation with the cops and the mafia, Melina has no choice but to put her faith in the hands of a man that not only infuriates her with his cocky arrogance, but catches her interest, too. Playing pretend in a fake relationship with Mac doesn’t seem all that terrible, until pretend turns real and bullets start to fly.

A man is nothing without his woman …

When the attention on Mac and Melina turns from bad to worse, and someone in the Pivetti Crime Family decides the couple needs to go, they know they’re fighting an uphill battle alone. But making it to the end alive means Mac could get what he’s always wanted, and Melina might find what she didn’t even know she needed.

Together, they’ll make waves the mafia has no choice but to notice …

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