Savage Secrets (Mafia Elite, book 4) by Amy McKinley – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Savage Secrets (Mafia Elite, #4)Savage Secrets by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Savage Secrets is the fourth book in the Mafia Elite series. I have found myself really engrossed in this series, and have enjoyed other books by the same author including the Gray Ghost series, so I was excited to read this!
In Savage Secrets, we finally get to catch up with Elena. She’s been on the run, presumed dead by pretty much everyone. But when her new identity is compromised, it’s a race between the Italian and Russian mafias to get to her, and she doesn’t know who she can trust.
This is a fast-paced, exciting story. As Marco fights to protect Elena, his sister Sofia, and the rest of his family, he can forget that they have plenty of fight in them themselves. And there’s plenty of secrets, with Elena’s adoptive mother, Nicole, helping her uncover the truth about her birth mother, aided by coded messages hidden in the library.
There are unexpected twists and turns, and moments where you’re lulled into a false sense of security (but also moments where everyone’s actually safe and can enjoy a few drinks, some conversation, remember they’re in a romance novel…).
This book gets five stars from me, and I can’t wait to read Ruthless Heir when it comes out! I would definitely recommend starting at the first book in the series, No Way Out, so you can get to know the characters and watch them grow through the series.

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