Two men love her. But only one truly knows her.
College Junior Giada Conti wants nothing more than to pursue a normal life fueled by her own choices. Unfortunately, she doesn’t realize her father’s business isn’t completely lawful, or how that fact will completely dictate her future. Pre-law student Adrian Patras is certain Giada is the perfect woman for him, until he meets her family and grasps the extent of his girlfriend’s naivete. As Adrian finds himself unwillingly pulled into the family business, Giada grows frustrated with his insinuations about her father. Meanwhile, Giada’s ex, the notorious Luca Marino, pops back into her life with his own criminal agenda that includes winning her back.
Mafiosa Princess is the captivating first book in the steamy mafia romance series that you won’t want to put down.
“By far, this is my fave mafia romance to date.  The writing is great. The plot is tight. The action is suspenseful. And the romance on both fronts burns hot.” – Maggieblackbird.com
“Ms. Malloy has written a great story that I will follow until the end.  I can’t wait to see what happens next in the series.” – Harliesbooks.com
“What a treat this story of love, family, and friendship is.  The characterization and relationships are well done. These characters have choices and so much to consider. The setting is just right, and the story is interesting. Lots of suspense keep those pages turning.” – traveltheages.blogspot.com
“Ms. Malloy…has a way with words to draw you in and captivate you with her story.  Mafiosa Princess is a difficult book to put down. I recommend this to readers that enjoy a steamy, intense, romantic suspense tale. I can not wait to read book two in the series.” – ginaraemitchell.com
“I couldn’t put it down… and I cannot wait to read the next book in this series.” – Maleena, www.Instagram.com/thebookjunkee
“The story had a nice flow and was a fast-paced read.  Mafiosa Princess is a solid first book in the series with accurate tellings of Italian family life, and the romance was spicy without being trashy. I look forward to reading more in book two…” – JoAnne Wise, novelsalive.com