Review: The Woman with the Ring (Costa Family #3) by Jessica Gadziala

The Woman with the Ring

The Woman with the Ring

(Costa Family #3)

by Jessica Gadziala

Primo Esposito snatched me off the street in a ploy to bring long-sought peace between the Families.

His proposal was simple.
Me, my life, my future.
In exchange for a ceasefire.
If I said no, it would mean the immediate slaughter of my friends, of all my family.

There had never been a choice at all.

So I found myself agreeing to marry the most notorious, the most ruthless, the most violent of all the Five Families bosses. A man so evil, so cold that no woman could love him.

Least of all the one who’d been forced into marriage with him.

As the days turned to weeks and the weeks to months, though, there was no denying a primal sort of attraction, an unexpected and irrational sort of affection.

But enemies could be found around every corner, ones that threatened to steal away the very thing I claimed I never wanted, the heart and love of a man who I’d never seen coming, one I never wanted to lose…

Review:

5 The Woman with the Ring Stars

The Woman with the Ring is the third book in the Costa Family Series by Jessica Gadziala.

“I hate you,” she hissed. “Baby that gets less and less convincing each time you say it.”

Primo and Isabella are from two different mafia families. Families that have not been on great terms for a long time. Primo has the perfect solution, kidnap Isabella and marry her to join two feuding families once and for all.

This enemies to love story was jam packed full of suspense, so many twists and turns and things that were so unexpected. I couldn’t put it down. I felt all the pain for Primo and what happens among his family. No spoilers from me but let me just tell you…. Girl you need to read this! I loved these two together and I loved all the secondary characters and we are introduced to a good few new ones in The Woman with the Ring.

I’m living Jessica’s Mafia series’ all of them and I really can’t wait for more!

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