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Riassunto: Ilia Porter is Chechen mob boss Mikhail Kadyrov’s greatest treasure. After leaving home at eighteen to escape his verbally abusive father, beautiful, selfish Ilia has lived with Mikhail, proud of his ability to bring such a powerful man to his knees to worship. But when Ilia’s father, a police captain, kills Mikhail in a raid, Ilia’s world falls apart. Entering to pick up the pieces is Mikhail’s younger brother, Nick—impulsive, power-hungry, and dangerous. When Nick tells Ilia he’s taking everything that belonged to Mikhail—including Ilia—Ilia is too lost in grief to fight. Nick holds Ilia prisoner in the apartment Ilia once shared with Mikhail and grooms him for a very important mission: to kill Ilia’s father and avenge Mikhail’s death. Ilia wants no part in the plot, but being Nick’s ally is preferable to being Nick’s victim, so he begins to warp himself into the monster Nick wants him to be. Hope arrives when Nick takes another captive: Patrick, a shy massage therapist who’s stronger than he seems. Patrick and Ilia must join forces to escape Nick—and to keep each other whole as Nick does everything in his power to break them.
"...a brilliant novel... delving into the dark and nefarious world of the Chechen mafia, its violent, it's ugly, with unlikable characters that are flawed...but it's amazing!" - Sinfully Sexy Book Reviews
"Another Man's Treasure did not disappoint, not one word of it." - Boys in Our Books
"I love what happens when two authors write together and create a story unlike anything they've published before. It's exciting, scary and important, from both the writer and the reader perspectives, and it's happened here with these two. Their writing is strong, as usual." - Prism Book Alliance
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Descrizione libro Createspace Independent Pub, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. 1st edition. 268 pages. 8.00x5.00x0.67 inches. This item is printed on demand. Codice libro della libreria zk1499511507