Publication Date: May 8, 2020
Genres: Adult, Mafia, Organized Crime. Erotic Romance, Standalone
He’s Pink, the personal enforcer for the boss of the New York mafia. She’s Gigi Rey, a supermodel known across the globe.
They live two entirely different lives but before the mob and the fame, they were Lev Arsov and Gigi Parker. Two people struggling to make it—who met by chance—before life got in the way.
Five years have passed since the nights they shared together, but Fashion Week brings Gigi back to New York and straight into Lev’s path once more, when her work obligations tangles with the mafia’s business. In this world, that’s never a good thing.
They aren’t the same people now. He’s a single dad doing whatever he can for his daughter. Gigi can’t walk down the street without the world watching. A lot has changed. The one thing that didn’t? How they keep finding their way into each other’s heads … and beds.
If only it was that simple.
If only the tabloids didn’t back them into a wall.
If only they saw it coming.
If only they could go back to the time before he was … Pink.
Pink is a 112k standalone Mafia Romance set in Bethany-Kris’s Commission World.
Bethany-Kris is a Canadian author, lover of much, and mother to four young sons, one cat, and two dogs. A small town in Eastern Canada where she was born and raised is where she has always called home. With her boys under her feet, snuggling cat, barking dogs, and a hubby calling over his shoulder, she is nearly always writing something … when she can find the time.
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Pink provided a refreshing take in Bethany-Kris’ organized crime world. I loved how it showed a different side of the made men characters.
Pink was not just some nameless hench man of the boss. He also has his own story. And like everyone of us, he’ll also do his best to get by and provide for his daughter.
This is also one of those books where the origin story totally works. I loved looking at the past as it showed Lev (Pink) and Gigi’s first encounters.
After reading it all, the first thing that came to me was, “Hmmm… Even supporting characters can get a happily ever after.” And that’s what made this book so satisfying to read!
Pink is one of those unexpected and unassuming reads that you’d go and pick up and find that you can’t put it down til you reach the end.
I always loved that despite being a big fan of BK’s works ever since the first Marcello saga, she can still manage to surprise and delight me with new characters that will never fail to intrigue the romance lover in me.