Scars & Sins (Brooklyn Brothers #2) by Melanie Munton

Scars & Sins (Brooklyn Brothers, #2)

Published: March 31st 2020

Publisher: indie-published

My Rating: 2 stars

Blurb:

We are the Rossetti’s.
The exiled “sixth” family of the New York mafia. We’re the good guys.
People don’t fear us…much. They respect us.
The five of us? We’re the Brooklyn Brothers.
And we protect what’s ours.

You know when you have a little sister, and she has that one friend that always follows you around like a puppy? For me, that was Roxanna “Roxy” D’Angelo. That was years ago, back when our fathers didn’t hate each other. Then they became enemies, and she went off to boarding school in Connecticut.

Now, she’s back…and looking nothing like the shy girl I remember.

Cavorting with anyone from the five families is strictly forbidden to someone like me. So, I can’t figure out why I keep finding myself in situations with Roxy that could bring the force of the entire mafia syndicate down on our heads. Even if those situations are the wildest, most intoxicating experiences of my life.

But with the Sicilians in town and out for blood, times have never been more dangerous. If they find out about our relationship, they won’t hesitate to remove both of us from the equation so they can restore order.

We’re not Romeo and Juliet. They both died. And I refuse to let anything happen to Roxy. I have to protect her. From my family. From hers.

I hope she won’t hate me for what I have to do.
Because it might just kill her before any bullet can.

My Review:

This story is told from dual POV’s, Ace’s and Roxy’s. It starts very slowly to the point of annoying. Its bogged down in unnecessary details, overly descriptive and mind-numbing. I suspect many will DNF (did not finish) this book because it’s so hard to get past the beginning. I struggled through as I had an arc to review. Even once we get into the action, it didn’t appeal to me. I found Ace to be too possessive crossing into a stalker and Roxy was immature and naive. In my opinion, this book isn’t worth purchasing.  

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 

*Blurb and cover image via Goodreads. 

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