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Undercover (Billionaire Bodyguards Book 2) by Via Mari
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Genre – Contemporary Romance / Suspense, Hot, Steamy Alpha Billionaire, Mafia
Page Count – 220 Pages
Cover Designer – Suzannah Sanifi
Publishing Company – Viamariauthor.com
Marenah Koslov is the granddaughter of the head of the Russian Bratva, but her family doesn’t know her life’s passion, what she really does for a living, or the secrets that she keeps.
Matt Benagert, security for two of the wealthiest men in the world, is on a very specific mission. When he infiltrates the mafia to protect one of their wives, the last thing he expects to find is an innocent-looking, long-haired blonde with sky-blue eyes who makes his heart pound with excitement and blood race with an intensity that he’s never felt before.
When Matt discovers her true identity, he has almost convinced himself the issues Marenah’s ties to the mafia pose can be overcome. But when he learns the truth about her employer, will it be too much, or will he be able to surmount the complexities and claim this strong-willed undercover princess for his very own?
~ AMAZON ~
Via Mari was raised in both the United States and United Kingdom and travels extensively. As a child she spent uncountable hours traveling and always enjoyed reading to pass the time and this pattern has continued in her adult life.
In fact, you can still find her curled up in an overstuffed chair, when the wood fire is crackling and popping, reading a page-turning novel until the early hours of the morning, especially during the harsh winters of the Midwestern United States or engrossed in a book as she travels from place to place researching for her own novels, or attending conferences.
Via’s inspiration to publish stemmed from research as she began writing love scenes for her own novels. It became apparent there seemed to be a cultural divide between what people believed was normal or vanilla sexual behavior and that which people considered BDSM and she felt compelled enough to write about the differences, similarities, and extreme feelings and levels of trust individuals in dominant and submissive relationships must have, and the desires that are at the heart of these relationships.