Roma King by Callie Hart
Title: Roma King
Series: Roma Royals, #1
Author: Callie Hart
Genre: Romantic Suspense
Release Date: December 12, 2018
“911. What is your emergency?”
Every night, Zara Llewelyn picks up the phone and assists people in distress. House fires. Assault. Motor vehicle accidents. Home invasions…
Between the hours of six and two, she is the answer to a thousand cries for help. But when the payphone outside Zara’s apartment building mysteriously begins ringing night after night, the very last thing she wants to do is pick it up. And yet, she can’t seem to help herself…
Pasha Rivin’s trying to outrun fate. He’s been running from it for years now, but escape isn’t in his cards. As the oldest son of the oldest Roma family in the country, he’s not just a member of a proud and fiercely traditional clan. He is their reluctant king…and now he’s expected to find a wife.
The fiery redhead that shows up on his doorstep, following a trail of breadcrumbs, hunting for a missing little boy, is the last person Pasha’s mother has in mind, however.
She’s an outsider, an intruder, and as far as his family are concerned, she’s not welcome on their land, let alone in their king’s bed.
Pasha has never allowed his destiny to stand in the way of what he wants, however. And he’s never wanted anything more than he wants the girl with the burning green eyes.
Zara Llewelyn picked up the phone and learned a secret.
Falling in love has never been so dangerous…
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“Oh… my… shitting… fuck. That voice. Honey, and rough whiskey, and fire, and smoke.”
Callie Hart singed my senses with her words. Is it possible for a reader to watch a character’s erotic dream? Well, the answer is hell yeah! Guilty. Not ashamed to admit I enjoyed every second, of every dream.
At first, I was intrigued by the mystery of the 911 call and I was anxious to learn the details of that situation. But then, I met Pasha. And once I did, I had a hard time concentrating on anything else. Trust me, I’m not alone, Zara felt the same way. “The guy was more than hot. He was fucking beautiful. Not in a feminine way. Beautiful in a savage, rough, raw masculine way, that had robbed me of my breath.”
This story was so much more than I expected. I found Roma lifestyle and traditions very interesting. The deeper I was pulled into Pasha’s past and his reason for denying his destiny as king of his clan the harder I gripped my Kindle. What I really wanted to do was throw it upside several heads. The author really did an amazing job of keeping my mind blown with all the twists and turns. The biggest WTF? came at the end. Yes, it’s a cliffhanger. But it was so damn good that I would sleep on the sidewalk in front of the bookstore like a rockstar groupie to get the next book in my grabby hands. The line forms here…