Matteo by Carole Mortimer

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Matteo Zalotti has won the battle to regain control of his London mafia empire. Now he intends to confirm his place with the other mafia families around the world by marrying the only daughter of the New York mafia don, Leon Brunelli.
The very last thing Matteo needs right now is to take one look at the prim and proper Grace Morrissy and be driven almost insane with the desire and longing to take her and make her his own.

Matteo Zalotti isn’t like any other man Grace has ever met. He’s so much more. More handsome. More wealthy. More powerful. More intense. More dangerous. Everything about the man, from his glittering blue eyes, expertly tousled dark hair, bespoke suits, and handmade Italian leather shoes, sends out red warning signals. But that warning is a temptation in itself for someone who has always lived by the rules. Ultimately, it proves to be a danger Grace can’t resist.

But no one crosses Leon Brunelli and lives.
Not even Matteo Zalotti.

Author’s Note: These books are HOT. There may also be some violence – these are very bad men!

  • File Name:matteo-by-carole-mortimer.epub
  • Original Title:MATTEO (Dance with the Devil 1)
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  • Language:en
  • Identifier:ISBN:9781910597859
  • Publisher:Carole Mortimer
  • Date:2020-06-25T18:30:00+00:00
  • File Size:438.330 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Contents
  • 2. Title Page
  • 3. Copyright
  • 4. Dedication
  • 5. Chapter 1
  • 6. Chapter 2
  • 7. Chapter 3
  • 8. Chapter 4
  • 9. Chapter 5
  • 10. Chapter 6
  • 11. Chapter 7
  • 12. Chapter 8
  • 13. Chapter 9
  • 14. Chapter 10
  • 15. Chapter 11
  • 16. Chapter 12
  • 17. Chapter 13
  • 18. Chapter 14
  • 19. Chapter 15
  • 20. Chapter 16
  • 21. Chapter 17
  • 22. Newsletter and Social Media Links
  • 23. LOGAN (Steele Protectors 1)
  • 24. ATTICUS (Steele Protectors 2)
  • 25. BRYCE (Steele Protectors 3)
  • 26. ROURKE (Steele Protectors 4)
  • 27. HADYN (Steele Protectors 5)
  • 28. LUCAN (Steele Protectors 6)
  • 29. About the Author
  • 30. Other books by Carole Mortimer
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