Review: Vik by Belle Aurora

Title: Vik

Series: Shot Callers #2

Author: Belle Aurora

Nastasia Leokov has loved her brother’s best friend since the very moment she met him. Understanding that she’ll never be anything more to Viktor Nikulin than a treasure to guard, Nas sensibly hides her feelings. But when she makes a brash decision to kiss him, everything changes.

That kiss. That hot, explosive, all-consuming kiss.
It haunts Vik. And suddenly, Nastasia Leokov isn’t just a teenage mob princess.
No.
She is his. Undeniably. Indisputably.

An unbreakable connection. A hidden relationship. A lifetime of firsts.
And yet, something is missing.
Nas desperately craves the one thing Vik has never offered her.

His heart.

I loved Lev so was happy when I knew Vik and Nas’s story was here!

‘Viktor Nikulin lit up the world with a smile, and he was worth every heartbreak and more.’

So we know they broke up and we knew this  would be a messy ride. And it was certainly that.

This story had little side stories some of which made my heart hurt and some made me angry. I don’t think we have the whole story here yet but am hoping it plays out in Sasha’s book.

One question did keep flitting through my mind whilst reading this. Why do these people never talk to each other?!!!! They are family yet they hide their secrets and they just try to endure. Makes me want to scream!!!

One thing that made me cackle was Mina’s cooking and I hope we get more of that!!!!

One last thing….I like Roam. A lot. Why do I do that? The mad man, the maniac, and I love him?!

‘Forever and always’

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