Having read all the previous books in the series, it was nice to finally get a bit more of the story on Trey, the mafia doctor. I felt like this one was a little different than the previous books, like a step back from the mafia side of things compared to previous books, although perhaps it’s more fitting since Trey was mostly in the background up until this point. This book also seemed to have less overall drama and danger, but still plenty of intrigue and romance.
When Hailey gets kidnapped in front of her stepfather, he seeks help from Trey in the hopes of not involving the police. As Trey discovers the truth behind Hailey’s kidnapping, he decides to rescue her and keep her close for her own safety and his own budding feelings for her. Hailey’s all too happy to finally get some time with someone she’s crushed on for the past year, and she easily fits in with the other mafia wives and sisters.