Savage Tracker: The Ivanov Family (Mafia Wars, Book 5) Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
Wanting anything resembling what I had should suffocate me.
Meeting my neighbor, Obrecht Ivanov, confuses me. The moment he walks through my door, I desperately want him to command me to kneel. I swore I would never return to anything like life with my ex-husband. So why do I feel as if I can’t breathe?
Each passing day that I don’t cave into my desires, the tension in my soul exponentially tightens. I convince myself to go take care of it and stop the itch once and for all. Just one time and then I’ll be fine.
It’s bad enough my ex-husband is doing everything in his power to find me. The choice I make puts me in a dangerous and vulnerable position. It’s a good thing Obrecht is always watching me.
He’s my savage tracker....
Savage Tracker is the jaw-dropping fifth installment of the Mafia Wars series. It’s an interconnecting stand-alone dark mafia romance, guaranteed to have an HEA. Please note: This contains scenes and topics that may be uncomfortable for some listeners.
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Selena is divorcing her husband, and lives in the same apartments as Obrecht. Selina’s ex husband, tortured and mistreated her, and when she needed punishing, he locked her in a dog cage.
So when Selena meets Obrecht, and instantly starts fantasising about him ordering her to kneel before him, it’s TOTALLY UNBELIEVABLE!!! And so annoying! It goes on and on for pages, her fantasising about him controlling her!!!! And don’t get me started on him doing the same!!! It’s never ending! So boring!!! When Selena thinks that she can’t have him, she goes to a sex club!!! 😡😡😡😡 Yeah of course such an abused woman would do that!!!! Obrecht finds out and goes to the club. Takes her home and has sex with her. He then feels guilty as she’s obviously really vulnerable. Do you think????? It didn’t stop him having sex with her!!!
Moving on…. (Before I throw my kindle!)
So of course they start dating, and Jack (her ex husband.) is still trying to find her. So she has protection at all times. Jack’s men that he employs to find her, are all picked up and taken to the garage. Obrecht has a good friend who is a counsellor, who starts to treat Selena. At a cafe!!!! Yes you did read that correctly!! A woman so badly mistreated that she has major panic attacks and struggles with life, is seeing a therapist in a coffee shop….. okay deep breaths.. before I lose it. The woman is an expert in bdsm and is helping her in the coffee shop. Omg!!!! I don’t know whether to laugh or cry! It’s so pathetic!!!
Moving on again….. When you get past the stupid storyline, the really bad punctuation, spelling mistakes and (pre-requisite for this author.) totally unbelievable scenarios, it’s actually a good book. That’s why it’s such a shame.
This book was it for me. I gave up on the series totally, as I couldn’t cope with it.
I may sound way over the top. But as someone who has struggled with mental health problems, most of my life. I found it infuriating how she minimises it. Like it’s a cold that you get over!
This story with survivor Selena created a lot of different emotions for me, varying from disbelief to how she felt, post divorce, to confusion as to whether her feelings and actions were feasible, to utter horror the more I learnt and then total gratitude that I have that lack of understanding on this subject.
A good book in the Mafia Wars series that I am enjoying a great deal.
Obrecht isn’t looking for a relationship. That is until he meets Selena. He can’t help but be drawn to her….
Selena has just gotten out of a really bad marriage and is trying to find herself again.
Can Obrecht help her?
This story was full of action and lots of steamy moments. Another great book for this series.
Her Ex is still looking for her but Obercht is determined to keep her safe. As he spends more time with her he realises they have more and more in common aswel as their attraction towards each other.
Another brilliant book hope they continue with the same voracity with the O'Mallay stories