Monday, December 11, 2017

RELEASE BLITZ & REVIEW - Bordello by Nikki Ash

Title: Bordello
Author: Nikki Ash
Genre: Mob Romance
Release Date: December 9, 2017

Giovanni's life has been mapped out for him since birth. Born into the mob it's all he's ever known. Dalla nascita. Per sangue. Famiglia. By birth. By blood. Family. 

But when he stumbles upon Aria, everything he's embraced and accepted about his life gets thrown out the window. 

Without thinking, Giovanni kidnaps Aria in order to save her but is it considered saving someone when the life you're bringing them into is just as deadly? 

Now he's torn between having Aria to himself and protecting her from himself.

Well this book certainly has plenty to offer in the way of entertainment. 

Both Gio and Aria are living lives that just might break most people: Gio has been groomed almost from birth to take over the family business, and Aria's life is not her own. The way they connect was unconventional, but is it a good thing for either of them? After reading what Aria has been enduring, I would say yes just for that factor alone. But that's just the beginning of a whole new set of problems and I couldn't wait to see how everything would be resolved. There's resistance on the parental units who are against any sort of relationship between Gio and Aria, and then there's Cecelia, the daughter of Gio's father's business partner and the woman the parental units want Gio to marry.

This book moves at a good pace, although it does slow down a bit towards the middle of the story, but that doesn't last long before the action picks up again. Theirs isn't an easy romance, but given what they've already endured in life, it simply shows how much they've beaten the odds against them.


Nikki Ash resides in South Florida where she is an English teacher and mom by day and a writer by night. When she’s not writing, you can find her with a book in her hand. From the Boxcar Children to Wuthering Heights to the latest Single Parent Romance, she has lived and breathed every type of book. 

Reading is like breathing in, writing is like breathing out. - Pam Allyn

While reading and writing are her passions, her two children are her entire world. You can probably find them at a Disney park before you would find them at home on the weekends!


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