Saturday, May 30, 2015

For Adriano by Soraya Naomi!

Blurb For Adriano (Chicago Syndicate, #3) by Soraya

Adriano Montesi’s
life has always revolved around women, his family, and the Chicago Syndicate.
As a Capo and Luca DeMiliano’s right
hand man, he’s one of the four highest ranking men in the organization, and he’s
fought many to maintain his position.

Adriano’s current
assignment is locating Camilla Guillermo, the one woman who’s captured his
attention beyond a simple fuck. He and Cam have a history together that no one
knows about, and now that she’s disappeared, he’s eager to find her and discover
her sordid past. What might seem like a routine mission has become an obsession
for Adriano.

Italian beauty,
Camilla Guillermo, is lost and alone in the world. Running away from a past
that haunts her and the man that deceived her. But wherever she goes, Adriano
is always with her, always in her thoughts.
Out of money and out of options, Cam has no place to
turn but back to the Loop, back to the one place she wants to avoid.

When Adriano finds
Camilla, everything between them will change. No matter how much they are drawn
to each other, Cam is now off limits by boss’s orders. And in the Chicago
Syndicate, you don’t defy the boss’s orders unless you’re prepared to live with
the consequences.

A romantic suspense.
From Amazon
Bestselling Author of For Fallon and For Luca.

Novel Grounds Semi Annual
Literary Awards 2014 winner of Best Breakout Novel For Fallon (Chicago Syndicate, #1).


Alright, so if you didn't know already For Adriano is the third book in the Chicago Syndicate Series. But at the same time I didn't feel like I was lost at all because we get a quick gloss over the main points. So we know generalities and will have to go back and read those books to find specifics. Which sounds like an interesting time. There are also flashbacks so that we can see their meeting and relationship before the present which also helps keep things straight and feel a little less lost. Although there were still lots of questions about Luca and Fallon specifically.

The writing was certainly interesting as was the plot. I really enjoyed the character dynamics and the interactions. I'm not quite sure how to describe it but they were really well developed and they kept you on your toes. The same goes for the plot. There never seemed to be a really slow moment, or if there was they didn't last very long.

The book was well-written, the plot full of intrigue and it was certainly a good read. 

For Adriano
(Chicago Syndicate, #3) by Soraya Naomi
Excerpt: Adriano’s point of view
As I climb the stairs to the strip club of the
Syndicate’s three-story headquarters, located alongside the North Shore of
Chicago’s suburbs, I already recognize voices coming from the room at the end
of the hall.
I’m greeted by Luca and James, who are in the middle
of the room beside the rounded burgundy sofa. I nod to both of them and fix my
focus on the unknown woman with an attractive bob standing next to James. I’m
usually not a fan of women with short hair, but who is this delectable creature?
James takes his cue to introduce us. “Adriano, meet
Camilla. She’ll be working here at the club from now on.”
Why did he suddenly
hire someone new? We’re not understaffed.
I can’t help but stare at her. My god, her legs go on
forever; she’s almost as tall as I am, and I’m over six feet. I inspect her
body slowly, like no one is watching, and when I reach her face, I’m pleasantly
stunned that she’s challenging me with an arc of her perfectly shaped eyebrow.
Her eyes are deep brown, heavily lashed, and slightly tilted up at the corners.
Her cheeks are delicately boned. She looks absolutely appetizing in a tight,
black knee-length dress. Sexy, yet not too revealing. In other words, she’s
smokin’ hot!
“Camilla, nice to meet you.” I go old-school, take her
hand in mine, and kiss her knuckles.
Luca hides an eye-roll, but I catch it and grin.
“Adriano,” she says huskily.
Her voice is hoarse. Hoarse in the sexiest way I’ve
ever encountered. I didn’t expect that sensual voice to accompany this striking
woman who smells like vanilla. With her, my obsession with vanilla ignited.
“Welcome to our little establishment.” Then I address
James while holding on to her hand, “What will she be doing here?”
“Bartending,” James answers.
“Then I better show her the ropes.” I let the pad of
my thumb swirl over her fingers, and she shivers noticeably; she’s not immune
to my charms.
And I guide this interesting woman to the bar, which
is a stainless steel and black granite area that’s open at each end and set up
like a juice bar.
She speaks before we step behind it. “I can make
Her simple statement has me confused.
“You look like you don’t believe I can tend the bar,”
she elaborates.
Oh no, sweetheart, I’m
not doubting your qualifications. I’m just staggered by the sex vibes you’re
throwing around with that voice and those gorgeous lean legs.
I smirk while extending my hand, inviting her behind
the bar. “No, I believe you.”
That was the first night I tried to get Cam into my
bed. I failed that night and for over three months after and almost gave up my
chase, but it was too much fun to try to capture her. I don’t even think she liked me at first.

About Author
Soraya Naomi
I was born in South America in 1984
and raised in Europe where I presently reside with my fiancé.
I read many genres but favor
intense, dark, seductive, and provocative novels where the male character loves
fiercely, without remorse or boundaries. I also adore forbidden love tales and
have an odd fascination with kidnapping romances. No, I don't secretly want to
be kidnapped, though!
I have a passionate obsession with
the written word and indulge in chocolate pastries much too often.
My debut novel For Fallon (Chicago Syndicate, #1) was released on July 26, 2014.
I’m honored that For Fallon won “Best
Breakout Novel 2014” in the Novel Grounds Semi Annual Literary Awards.
For more information
about the novel and author:

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