Love can be Beautiful, love can be ugly, and some times love isn’t enough
All Lucianna wanted in her short 15 years of life was to be free, little did she know the person who she thought was her savior was really her monster.
Ricardo, the son of a mob man. He never wanted to be his father, and he never wanted anything his father had until Lucianna “Lou-Lou.”
Wow this book had my heart racing and my blood pumping. When I say I had to put it down for a few to get myself under control is the absolute truth.
My heart broke for Lou-Lou in so many ways and I can’t believe what a fighter she is. Ricardo stole my heart in so many ways and I loved him.
I don’t want to give too much away, but I swear please read this book it was a 5+ star read and I can’t wait to read part two.
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Shame. It wounds us. It damages us.
Or, for the few poor souls out there like me…it defines us.
I’m the son of the devil, himself—the most feared mob boss who ever lived.
I was cursed from the moment I took my first breath.
I hate him…and I never wanted to become him.
And I sure as hell never, ever, wanted anything of his.
My name is Ricardo DeLuca. There are two things you need to know about me. The first—is that I’m in love with the girl who belongs to my father. The second—is that it turns out I am my father’s son after all.
My name is Lou-Lou, and you probably think I’m a bitch.
You would be right—because I am.
You think you know all there is to know about me because of the man I belong to.
What you don’t know—is my past, because I’ll never tell you.
What you don’t know is my shame.
Because if you did—you’d be worse off than dead.
You’d be broken.
There are two sides to every story…this is ours.
Warning: Due to strong language, some violence, explicit sexual content, and some dark elements, this book is not intended for readers under the age of 18.
Trigger Warning: This series contains elements of emotional, sexual, and physical cruelty. Any readers with sensitivity to the above topics should proceed with caution, and at their own risk.
Author’s Note: This is part one of a three book series. (Blame It on the Shame: Lou-Lou and Ricardo’s story.)
However, in order to truly enjoy Lou-Lou and Ricardo’s story, it is advised you read ‘Blame It on the Pain’ first.