Rivals (Mafia Elite Book 7) by Amy McKinley – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Rivals (Mafia Elite, #7)Rivals by Amy McKinley
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rivals is the seventh book in the Mafia Elite series, which tells the story of the five mafia families based in Chicago. It’s an addictive series, full of romance and action but also family, friendship and warmth.

Rivals focuses on Nico, who New York mafia princess Mia identifies as her best hope at escaping from the plans her father and step brother have for her. Mia gets Nico’s protection, and that of his family, while Nico gets information that could enable him to bring down her family’s human trafficking operation.

There are plenty of secrets and twists and turns along the way, some quite unexpected! Mia has much to learn about her past and family, whilst also being used to the very different dynamic of her new family.

I’d recommend reading the books in order – each focuses on a different couple but the stories lead into one another and characters develop as you go along. And where some of the books bring in a character who is new to the mafia so you can learn some of the background from their perspective, Mia already knows or at least knows of most of the main characters and their stories.

This is a five star read for me! I thoroughly enjoyed it, and can’t wait to read more from this author.

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