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Jan 02

Review: Memoirs of a Mobster by Judy Serrano

Title: Memoirs of a Mobster
Author: Judy Serrano
Publisher: Black Rose Writing
Genre: Thriller
Series: Lilly Series book 4
Source: Author
My Rating:

5
Summary: Diego Montiago Jr. was groomed to run the largest criminal organization in both the United States and Mexico by the kingpin of the syndicate himself, who also happens to be his uncle. With no conscience or remorse he becomes a true killer with a reputation that keeps most people at a distance. The betrayal of his high school sweetheart sends Diego into a tailspin, which causes him never to expect love to be a feasible addition to his world. During a lavish birthday party for his mother, his best friend and cousin decides to collect on an overdue debt. Little does he know that this exchange will change him forever.
 

In book four of the series Diego Jr. continues to protect his family and fill the shoes of the former Mexican Godfather, Diego Montiago Sr. His real father, who is the kingpin of the rival organization, begins his deceitful attack, causing Diego to choose his allegiance. The organization engulfs his life and the lives of those around him as the siblings begin to realize that things are not even close to what they appear to be. Will love find Diego Montiago after all? Only time will tell.

My Review: I absolutely love this series. I was eager to read this book.  I knew it was going to be good when very early into the book I though to myself “omg no it can’t be!” and a lot of “oh no he didn’t!”.

This book has so many twists and turns it could be its own soap opera. Actually, I’d love to see this series turned into a movie or tv show. It’s seriously that good.

This book is more about Junior or Deigo (depending on who is talking about him). He is an adult now and obviously his untraditional upbringing has had its toll on him. I loved to read about the man he had become.


This author is the only one I know of that can write a story full of mobsters and violence and yet have undying love so evenly balanced through the whole story.


I always find myself staying up late to finish the book I’m currently reading in the series to see who ends up dead, and who wins the girl.

Good thing the Montiago boys are ficitional characters are there would be a lot more broken hearts in the world.

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Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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