- Angel’s Cage (Molotov Obsession Book 2) by Anna Zaires
- The conclusion of Nikolai’s and Chloe’s story
- Russian Mafia type romance
- Dominate, Alpha, Compulsive male
- Defiant heroine
- Cute kid involved
Hero & Heroine
In the previous book, Devil’s Lair (reviewed that one already here), Chloe is on the run from an unknown assassin. She sees the local ad in a paper for a tutor and instantly accepts it. She goes to the exclusive estate and meets her employer Nikolai Molotov and his 4-year-old son.
Now the ending of this book Chloe leaves Nikolai after discovering his past. However, the people that were hunting her catch up to her and ambush her. Nikolai steps in and saves her and takes her back to his estate.
Nikolais’ feelings are clear. He loves Chloe. He is dominant and possessive.
After the ambush Chloe is shot and Nikolai takes care of her to heal. Chloe tries to deny her true feelings for Nikolai. She is scared.
It is discovered that the assassins hired to kill Chloe are employed by her biological father. He is running for president and wants her dead because she is a threat to his campaign.
Nikolai wants to kill the dude but Chloe wants justice for her mom and other victims her father had raped.
They hatch a plan to expose his true self and kill his reputation and any shot at becoming president.
They instantly get married in this book and Nikolai’s son, Slava, has a new mommy. He calls her mama Chloe.
Chloe learns to deal with Nikolais obsessive and compulsive behaviour toward her and they live their lives.
Nikolais sister is off the grid. He is trying to search for her. However, Chloe is happy with her new life now being a wife and a mom. They start rebuilding their house and everyone.
I did not like the ending. I was expecting more closure, but then again Anna might be setting herself up for a new book series about Alina. But seriously no epilogue, I wanna know how their lives turned out. This was a simple read for me. The emotional rollercoaster was pretty smooth and straight. Nothing too exciting happened besides the epic showdown in the end. But other than that, I definitely prefer the first book.
Oh, and it’s not actually about the mafia but basically it kinda is. I felt like this book was kinda rushed and there are still questions that need to be answered.
- Cover 2 / 5
- Drama 3 / 5
- Steamy moments 3 / 5
- Writing Style 4 / 5
- My Rating 3 / 5
- Would I read again? NO
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