Book Review: Lev Petrov
Ivy Adams is no stranger to being alone. She trusts no one and thinks little of stealing to get by. After all, everyone she has ever known has always betrayed her, so why should she treat others any differently?
But when she is caught stealing from mafia boss, Lev Petrov, her life becomes his to toy with.
Forced to work for the cold, ruthless man, it’s hard to ignore the flicker of heat simmering between them.
One stroke of the match and their chemistry sets ablaze, burning through their lives.
Even when her debt is paid, Lev is loath to lose her. That is, until past enemies expose her secrets and Ivy is faced with loving a man she is too scared to trust.
I love how feisty Ivy is. Maybe it is her pink hair or the fact that she is street tough but either way, she is not afraid of Lev. When she talked about to Lev, you could feel everyone else in the room shutter in fear. This just enticed Lev even more to want Ivy.
As a fan of age gap romance reads, this novella hits the spot. Ivy may be small, but she is mighty. She had Lev on his knees craving her. This novella is a quick and spicy morsel of a read. I now want to check out more books by this author.