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DOWNLOAD õ American Yakuza II ó Luce Potter runs her life and her business with an iron fist and complete control until lies and deception unravel her world The shadow of betrayal consumes Luce, threatening to destroy the most precious thing in her life, Brooke Erickson Brooke Erickson finds herself on the outside of Luce s life looking in As events spiral out of control Brooke can only watch as the woman she loves pushes her further away Suddenly, devastated and alone, Brooke refuses to let go without an explanation Colby Water, a federal agent investigating the ever elusive Luce Potter, discovers someone from her past is front and center in her investigation of the Yakuza crime leader Before she can put the crime boss in prison, she must confront the ultimate deception in her professional life When worlds collide, betrayal, dishonor and death are inevitable Can Luce and Brooke survive the explosion It was a nice book but it had way too many typos I really liked the introduction of Brooke s ex into the story I hope theres a follow up story Really want to see how Frank and Petrov end up. This story is told in third person and from Luce s point of view It opens on a sad note, and that sadness hangs around like a dark cloud for most of the plot Not that I m saying that s a bad thing, just don t open this book expecting rainbows and sunshine For me, this story was a welcomed change from the usual romance tropes.Luce has a lot going on Not only is she dealing with the grief of burying a loved one, but also has to step up in rank while dealing with debilitating feelings of betray This story is told in third person and from Luce s point of view It opens on a sad note, and that sadness hangs around like a dark cloud for most of the plot Not that I m saying that s a bad thing, just don t open this book expecting rainbows and sunshine For me, this story was a welcomed change from the usual romance tropes.Luce has a lot going on Not only is she dealing with the grief of burying a loved one, but also has to step up in rank while dealing with debilitating feelings of betrayal I say debilitating as all of those things had an impact on her love life In this instalment, Luce keeps Brooke at an arm s length While I understood Luce s reasoning for alienating herself, I couldn t help but feel sorry for Brooke, and I kept wishing Luce would just tell her what was going on But, that was my wish, and had the story been written differently Luce s character wouldn t have rang true.The suspenseful plot kept me glued to the pages, the amount of page time given to the BDSM club was unexpected, but far from unwanted Be still my heart and girlie bits The lap dance made me feel conflicted and not because it was hot as hell Cryptic words, I know, but I can t saywithout spoilersWhen Russian Mafia are involved, alliances are bound to be tested, and true to form, in this installment they most certainly are.In summary, this story is raw, it s gritty, it s sexy, it grabbed me from the get go and didn t let up The ending left me desperate forI can t wait to get my hands on book three, thank goodness I don t have long to wait I was really hoping when I picked this book back up, that luce would redeem herself Instead she just kept doing unforgivable things It just made me like Colbyand I found myself wishing that she was the main character instead of Luce I won t be reading book 3.And like others pointed out, there were far too many editorial mistakes, mainly missing words How hard is it to get a proof reader Lies that Bind, book 2 in the American Yakuza series, focuses on the aftermath of Luce losing her beloved grandfather, and the bite of strong betrayal she feels as secrets are revealed Lies is quite dark so much so that I am furious at Luce the charismatic head of the Japanese crime family Interestingly, I don t have that big of an issue with her violent nature in general the people who get her wrath usually deserve it though not always but she stepped over a line in this one for me an Lies that Bind, book 2 in the American Yakuza series, focuses on the aftermath of Luce losing her beloved grandfather, and the bite of strong betrayal she feels as secrets are revealed Lies is quite dark so much so that I am furious at Luce the charismatic head of the Japanese crime family Interestingly, I don t have that big of an issue with her violent nature in general the people who get her wrath usually deserve it though not always but she stepped over a line in this one for me and since I haven t read book 3, I m not sure if she ll be able to redeem herself Though I suspect she will, she ll have to work for it Hard The fact that I care is a positive and says that writer Isabella and narrator Victoria Mei must be doing something right Luce is a complex, flawed, interesting character Her love interest, Brooke, tookof a back seat this time though she played a pivotal role I haven t read this series of books so am experiencing them for the first time via audio In general, I like the series We get very few female mafia heads in lesfic ones that engage in light BDSM at that Look forward to finishing up the series with book 3.I was provided a free audio code in exchange for a fair, unbiased review