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Bound By Hatred

Bound By Hatred

Written by Cora Reilly

Narrated by Wen Ross and Lynn Barrington


Bound By Hatred

Written by Cora Reilly

Narrated by Wen Ross and Lynn Barrington

ratings:
4.5/5 (117 ratings)
Length:
8 hours
Released:
Mar 9, 2020
ISBN:
9781094279237
Format:
Audiobook

Description

An Enemies-To-Lovers Romance

When Gianna watches her older sister being forced into an arranged marriage, she promises herself to escape a similar fate.

The moment Matteo – The Blade – Vitiello sees Gianna on his brother’s wedding, he wants to possess her. Her father agrees to the bond, but Gianna has no intention of marrying for any other reason than love. A few months before the wedding, Gianna runs away and begins a new life in Europe away from the mafia. But one of their best hunters and assassins is after her: Matteo. 

When Matteo and a couple of her father’s soldiers catch her, not only her freedom is at risk, but also the life of the people with her. 

Gianna is taken home and forced to marry Matteo. 

Ridden by guilt over having dragged innocent people into her world and overcome with hatred toward Matteo, Gianna is determined to make life hell for her husband. But Matteo is a master at mind games and their struggle for power soon turns into hate-fueled nights of passion.

Released:
Mar 9, 2020
ISBN:
9781094279237
Format:
Audiobook

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  • (3/5)
    I had high hopes for this book, it’s wasn’t bad but it wasn’t my favorite and it’s crazy because I thought it would be. The beginning was great, I loved the flashbacks. I wished we could’ve gotten more detail of Gianna’s life in Europe I felt like that was a little rushed. Then the middle of the book, oh God this was the hardest for me to get through. It was non stop sex scenes and I was just sitting there wondering when there would be a pause and we could continue on with the plot, but that rarely came until you got to the end and it just felt like everything was thrown together to wrap the book up.
  • (3/5)
    My favorite book in this series so far. Matteo is so funny.
  • (5/5)
    Far different than other mafia books. I loved the escape and her running. I would've loved more depth into how he actually tracked her down and found her. His thoughts when doing so and so on. It was cute how she compared guys to Matteo and his kiss. I liked their bantering it felt playful. The dining table scene was hot. These two definitely have chemistry. I'm glad she finally realized she wanted a life with him as a person even if she fought the lifestyle. Luca felt like a very overprotective big brother. I get it as an older sibling myself. We can't stand to see them with someone we may think isn't right for them but it was nice to see them both come to a tolerant place at least. She was far less annoying in this book than when she was in Aria and Lucas book.