on April 3, 2017
Genres: Dark, Irish, Mob Romance, Abuse, Adult
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A Love worth living for!!
Inflict is my first mob read for a couple of years. So, it was an interesting one to read. This book has some fantastic twists. One that are very dark and surprising. If you are into the dark stuff, the gory and the twisted, this is a book for you to try.
So Inflict is about Connor O’Neil who is the son of the twisted mob leader in New Jersey. Connor’s father is so horrible and so twisted, throughout the years Connor has learnt to be just as cold hearted as him. However inside Connor is a very safe place for one special girl. He isn’t the monster his father is. He has a sweet side and that’s the side we fall in love with.
So, the special girl who has been in his heart for over twenty years is Evelyn. She was his bright light in his dark childhood. She was the girl that made him want to care and prevented him from turning into a full monster, evil inside and out.
The story isn’t an easy one. These two go through the toughest of challenges. There will be no spoilers, but it turns out the Connor is a hero. He may be twisted, but he saves Evelyn from becoming a victim even more from evil men. This book is special in the sense that it covers topics that are very sensitive but will lead us to a happy ending.
What I loved about this book was the side that introduced us to their love of art. It is what kept them together all these years as Connor learnt this from Evelyn when she was young and innocent. It’s the side of Connor that kept him sane while he was waiting for Evelyn. It was so beautiful it inspired me to continue to draw. So right after I finished this book I drew a couple of pictures. I could even say they were inspired by them.
“This was Connor’s happy place, if he every truly had one. There was nothing quite like taking a piece of art, and making it permanent onto someone’s body. Especially one as beautiful as Evelyn’s.”
This was a fantastic book. It was full of twists and beautiful turn. There is both dark and light in this book, A scary mix, but nonetheless intriguing.
4 Strong Stars!!