Title: Savage Hero
Series: A Crime Family Affair
Author: Logan Fox
Genre: Dark Cartel Romance
Release Date: April 28, 2021
Cover Design: Natasha Snow
Bryan Domingo wasn't the first person I've been paid to assassinate.
But he was my first failure.
I'd been staking out the Dom of the Colombian cartel for weeks.
Everything was lined up perfectly...until the heir to his empire walked in.
Deadly, fierce, and hot as hell, Caesar 'Savage' Domingo ruined everything with one look.
Now I'm his captive until he decides what he wants to do with me.
For now, it seems tormenting me and treating me like his toy is his only interest.
There's no way he'll let me escape now that I'm his.
But even if I could...would I want to? He's as vicious and brutal as his namesake. But I'm drawn to him, like a moth to a flame.
Lines are blurring.
Rules are being broken.
If we're not careful, we'll both get burned.
Savage Hero is the first book in the Crime Family Affair Series, a dark cartel romance series. This book ends on a cliffhanger, and contains scenes of graphic violence, murder, and other mature content.Reader discretion is advised.
*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.
If you are looking for a dark cartel romance then look no further then this little gem. We meet Savage the heir to the Colombian Cartel who knows what he wants as well as how to get it. He has no fu*** to give. When he meets Nyx, a kickbutt FMC to say the least, the sparks start flying. Of course nothing can go smoothly but that just makes to book even better. It will have you hooked from page one all the way to the cliff hanger ending that will have you dying for more. A total must read. I totally loved it so I give it 5/5 stars.
Hailing from the notoriously sunny South Africa, Logan Fox writes deliciously dark and twisted romance. Her books feature gruff, grumpy alphas that, although broken, can almost always redeem themselves to their feisty heroines. Her couples have enough chemistry to fog up an ice rink, and her stories the kind of the grit and grime she loves reading herself.