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Shadow Warrior | Christine Feehan
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Danger inspires fierce passion when a serial killer threatens Chicago's Ferraro crime family in this novel in Christine Feehan's New York Times bestselling series. Vittorio Ferraro is a man whose family loyalty knows no bounds. He would die for his siblings and the people they love, but what he really wants is to start a family of his own. Deep down, Vittorio has always known finding a woman who could ride shadows would be nearly impossible, let alone one who could accept his particular needs, but he never expected to find her in the middle of a kidnapping... Grace Murphy has always been drawn to Vittorio Ferraro--or at least to the billionaire's public bad boy persona. Now that she's under his protection and the sole focus of his intense caring, she can't help wanting to get as close to him as possible. But Grace knows her presence is putting the entire Ferraro family in danger. Her monster of a brother will never let her go, but Vittorio has no intention of losing the woman whose shadow matches his own...
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Vittorio made this book great. He‘s a dom that worries he‘ll never find the right woman for him because of what he wants and needs. But he‘s so respectful and loving that I just adored him. The addition of a serial killer made for drama and the continuation of Emme and Val issues have me excited for future books in the series.

tracey38 I enjoyed this one as well! 6d
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With a plot that captivated me & a pace that begged me to keep up, this story was a sensually riveting thriller that took me on a twisting & turning path filled with danger, betrayal, & a provocative romance. Vittorio was a great character but he was way too much of an alpha male for me. He was written in a way where he didn‘t come off as domineering with his need to have things in a certain manner but his needs also chafed my inner feminist.