Saturday, June 23, 2018

BLOG TOUR & REVIEW - Acquainted by London Miller


by London Miller 
Publication Date: June 18, 2018 
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Mafia, Organized Crime, Romance


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They met under summer showers …

Vera Markovic only wanted a vacation away from New York where everyone knows her as a Russian Mafiya printsessa of the Markovic Bratva. She didn’t expect to find something worth remembering. And definitely not a man like Alfie Shelby.

They fell in love when the leaves changed colors …

As New York City’s notorious fixer, Alfie Shelby always gets what he wants—and when he sets his eyes on Vera, he’ll do anything to keep her … even if she’s not sure she wants to be kept.

And they nearly lost it all when the snow started to fall …

She wants nothing to do with a gangster. A life of crime is all he knows. But neither can deny what they have, even when forces beyond their control try to keep them apart.

I thought this was a fantastic book! I love both Alfie and Vera; he's all badass and alpha, sexy accent and smitten with Vera right from the start. And Vera is all sassy and independent and feisty and pretty much enamored with Alfie almost from the beginning. The story itself flows along pretty well, with minimal relationship issues; the usual bumps in the road, but nothing so outlandish as to be unbelievable. No petty exes trying to break up a budding romance for these two. There are quite a few secondary characters that round out the story nicely and add a bit of flair and drama, and I'm hoping we'll get stories on some of them at some point in the future.



With a degree in Creative Writing, London Miller has turned pen to paper, creating riveting fictional worlds where the bad guys are sometimes the good guys. Her debut novel, In the Beginning, is the first in the Volkov Bratva Series.

She currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband and two puppies, where she drinks far too much Sprite, and spends her nights writing.


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