Where is Kiro?He’s the lost Dragusha brother, heir to a vast mafia empire—brilliant, violent, and utterly savage…and he’s been missing for years.
I’m supposed to be doing simple undercover research at the Fancher Institute for the Mentally Ill & Dangerous, but I can’t keep my mind off Patient 34. He’s startlingly young and gorgeous, but it’s not just that. He’s strapped way too tightly to that bed. And there’s no name or criminal history on his chart. What are these people hiding? My reporter’s instincts are screaming.
Here’s the other thing: the staffers here believe he’s so sedated that there’s not a thought in his head, but I catch him watching me when nobody’s looking. Our connection sizzles when I enter the room. When our eyes meet, I know he understands me in a way nobody else ever has.
I’m supposed to follow my editor’s orders—I have secrets, too—but everything about Patient 34 is suspicious. How can I not investigate?
*A Standalone HEA*
Here it is…the one I have been waiting for KIRO!!!! The Savage Adonis!
Kiro was everything I imagined, and more. He broke my heart, so innocent, sometimes childlike but with that hot Dragusha alpha imprinted on him! And the ‘mate’ stuff….OMG!
The fact that he just wanted to go home got me right in the heart. I wanted that for him so much! I wanted to knock someone out just to get him there! And talking of knocking someone out……Ann….so many moments I wanted to punch her! I wanted to scream in her face and shake some sense into her!
So this book had the feels, so many feels!
The angst…it was like I was possessed, I had to bloody see what happened and I had to know NOW! Aleksio and Viktor HAD to find him. Edge of your seat stuff! But I didnt want it to end!
But there was one person who stole the show for me in this series…and you didnt even meet her. Valerie. I lived for the Valerie moments!!!
Annika Martin is a NYT bestselling author who enjoys writing dirty stories about dangerous criminals! She loves helping animals and kicking snow clumps off the bottom of cars around the streets of Minneapolis, and in her spare time she writes as the RITA award-winning author Carolyn Crane.