Book Review: Twisted Pride by Cora Reilly

In “Twisted Pride,” the lines between good and evil blur, and redemption seems a distant dream. Remo Falcone, the unrelenting Capo of the Camorra, rules his territory with an iron fist, and when the Chicago Outfit encroaches upon his domain, he seeks retribution.

In a world where a wedding holds sacred significance, stealing a bride is seen as sacrilegious. Serafina, the niece of the Boss of the Outfit, finds herself caught in the clutches of Remo on her way to church, clad in her wedding dress. Stripped of her hopes for rescue, she courageously clings to her pride even in the hands of the cruelest man she knows. Surprisingly, Remo discovers that breaking this indomitable woman is no easy feat.

As their paths collide, the narrative unfolds into a gripping tale of power, vengeance, and defiance. Remo, with a ruthless mission to bring the Outfit to its knees, is confronted by a determined woman intent on standing up to the monster he has become. Their entwined destinies set the stage for a clash of wills that will forever alter the fate of their two families.

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In “Twisted Pride,” the author skillfully weaves a story where moral boundaries are tested. The complexities of human nature take center stage. With engaging characters and a plot brimming with tension, this book delves deep into the human psyche, challenging perceptions of right and wrong. A thrilling read that leaves readers contemplating the true nature of pride, power, and the fine line between vengeance and redemption. Prepare to be enthralled from start to finish! See here!

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