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Review of Russian Tattoos Obsession

Russian Tattoos Obsession

Russian Tattoos Obsession

Russian Tattoos Obsession
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Pros

  • While the idea for the story was great, it didn't come through

Cons

  • Lacking depth
  • Poorly developed story
  • Unlikable characters
  • Bad editing

Russian Tattoos Obsession by Kat Shehata is the first book in the two book series.

Falling in love isn’t a crime—but falling in love with a Russian mafia boss could be deadly.

Competitive tennis player Carter Cook wants a taste of freedom. Her overprotective father monitors every aspect of her life, so when he becomes employed by Vladimir Ivanov—a sexy Russian with an array of tattoos and an accent that weakens her knees—a bit of danger is within Carter’s grasp. Behind her father’s back, she enjoys spending time with Vladimir at his lavish estate. But is he really the upstanding businessman she believes him to be?

Vladimir Ivanov reigns as godfather of a Russian mafia crime ring.

Vladimir spent five years of his life in a Siberian prison camp and has earned every tattoo inked into his skin. He is a powerful man who gets what he wants, and after stalking the gorgeous tennis player for years—he wants Carter. A little charm melts her heart, and behind the scenes, he orders his henchman to track her every move.

He’s a tattooed stick of dynamite ready to blow at the slightest spark.

As their romance reaches deadly levels, Carter senses something’s not right. When she’s lured into a compromising position at the hands of a shady European drug dealer, she calls in Boris, Vladimir’s right hand man, to rescue her—without telling Vladimir. With his authority questioned, he sets out to teach Carter a lesson about loyalty she’ll never forget.

When Carter realizes she’s in too deep, she must fight for her freedom before the attraction turns fatal.

But the Russian mafia plays for keeps, and Vladimir’s fierce lust to possess her spirals their romance out of control.

What your average reader doesn’t know about writing, is that an author has to spend a fair amount of time researching their subject matter. It’s not like you can just pick up your pen and start writing about being brain surgeon if you know absolutely nothing about being a doctor.

If you ever wondered what would happen if someone did do just that, I mean write a story without bothering to really putting any research into it, then you would have the hot mess that is Russian Tattoos Obsession.

To say this book has issues is really an understatement.

But let’s look beyond the poor writing and editing and talk about the story itself.

At 17 a Russian immigrant falls in love with a then 15 year old waitress. I think they dated for a year or two, something about this part of the story is unclear. He gets sent off to Siberia to spend time in a Russian prison. He returns an all out mobster and finds that his teen love had died.

But not to worry, she has a little sister who looks just like her. So he secretly stalks this underage child until she becomes of legal age.

This sister is a vegan, likes to play tennis and once, a child had twin poodles – so our Russian mobster stalker pretends to be a vegan, learns tennis, even has a tennis court built on his properly and buys — you guessed it, twin poodles.

That alone should tell you the serious problems with this story’s love interest. But it gets worse from there. He sells her off in the sex trade to teach her a lesson.

I really really tried to find something positive to say about this book but I quite honestly couldn’t.

It doesn’t even end with a happily ever after.

Stacei Fox

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