by Bethany-Kris


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Gian Guzzi has everything a mafia boss could want, but it comes with strings. He shouldn't be wasting time on a redhead he can't have, when men like him are not allowed to be affected by silly things like love. A boss's job is never done, and Gian has far better things to worry about-what with someone wanting him dead, and someone else wanting him in prison for good. Yet, he keeps risking it all for one more taste of Cara Rossi. A man without love is no man at all. Cara Rossi is left devastated by the things Gian Guzzi didn't say. She also can't forget all the things he did say. She needs to focus on moving on from him, not falling right back into his bed once more. Then again, reality has a way of ruining those plans with far more beautiful, unexpected things. Even if it means Cara is forced to question everything, from her morals to her reputation. All to be one woman to one man. A woman without respect is a dirty word. Duty. Legacy. Love. Always in that order. Or ... that's how it should be. But life is messy, when entangled with love. Rules don't apply.

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ISBN-13: 9781988197371
Publisher: Bethany-Kris
Publication date: 08/03/2017
Series: Guzzi Duet , #2
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 1,068,800
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.49(d)

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Entangled (Guzzi Duet, #2) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bethany Kris's follow up to Unraveled was such a great book to read. There was passion, suspense, the mafia, angst and the mist deserved ending I've ever read. Gian and Cara certainly fought their way to to be together. Cara is one of my fav characters she's so strong and you get a good look of how she struggles with the reality of the situation and her choice. Anything this author puts out is jaw dropping and I'll devour whatever she has coming next. All hail the Guzzi king and queen!
FromTheSouth More than 1 year ago
Unraveled, book 1, left me hanging by an agonizing relationship angst thread, folks. Entangled drew me right back in Gian’s and Cara’s complicated circle of love and conflict desperate to find out how these two lovebirds would overcome the huge obstacle revealed at the end of Unraveled. Picking up three months later, Gian is giving the mafia business his full attention as Don, but it doesn’t have his heart. No, Cara is carrying that around with her everywhere she goes, whether she realizes it or not. You see, Gian is still a goner for this lady love, and he’ll do anything to be with her and protect what is his. He just needs her to come to terms with what is their new reality. With interference from some likely and unlikely sources, this couple’s love and devotion takes on a whole new life/meaning as they still manage to stay together, despite the blood, bullets, and mayhem that seem to follow them. It’s complicated, folks, plain and simple. Before you get entangled up in this final conclusion, brace yourself for an evil, vindictive person that put into play circumstances years ago that pulled Gian into a web of lies and deceit long before Cara came into the picture. To say this person is at it again is putting it mildly, my fellow mafioso book-loving friends. Not just love but lives are put on the line because of it. Again, let me remind you. You must read book 1, Unraveled, first. This is not a stand-alone but does wrap up this struggling to survive love story with a lengthy, several years into the future epilogue. Titled: Entangled, Series: Guzzi Duet (Book 2), Author: Bethany-Kris, Pages: Not listed, not a stand-alone, must read book 1 first, mob boss hero who is married, OW drama, some graphic violence, VERY steamy scenes with lusty language, mafia theme, celibate during three month separation. Book 1 - Unraveled Book 2 - Entangled (These comments are based on an advanced reader copy distributed via the author in exchange for a fair review. No compensation was provided to this reviewer, nor is there any affiliation between the reviewer and author/publisher/PR firm.)