Thursday, October 29, 2015

Title: Lev
Series: Shot Callers #1
Author: Belle Aurora


Rating: 

From the moment Lev Leokov spots the young woman hiding behind her hair in the middle of the gentleman's club, he can't take his eyes off of her.
For the very first time in his life, he is affected. Having been told his entire life that he can't process or understand emotion, he considers it a big deal.

When Mina Harris gets caught red-handed with a wallet that isn't hers, she falls apart. She's tired, lonely and hasn't eaten in days.

Lev offers her an ultimatum... A nice warm bed, a hot meal and a job, or the cops.

Mina takes her chances with Lev. 
After all, a person with nothing has nothing left to lose.

***This book enters the world of the extended Leokov family which are introduced in Friend-Zoned, however, is unrelated... release date TBA**

     

Lev begins when he finds a strange woman stole his brother's wallet. Things get even more strange when the woman didn't even take all the money, just a little bit of it. Mina has been living on the streets for a while, and it's been weeks since she ate. Now, she must figure out how to get food before she dies. When she meets Lev she had no idea that he would change her life, and he did. And now, she's falling for the man that saved her. 

Lev was a good read. I enjoyed the different points of view, and I also really liked Lev and Mina's relationship. The whole plot line was very interesting as well. It hooks you from the start till the very end. The only thing I'm a little worried about it Lev's brother and sister's significant other that they want, I can't stand. I'm a little bit afraid if they get their own book and those two people stay as their other person. I really couldn't stand either of them. 

Other than that this was a really good read, and I do look forward to more in this series. 

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