A Pole and a Gun
This story never lets up! Not once!
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The very first chapter lulls you (the reader) and the female main character into a false sense of 'this is just another night for Trixie', but before you or Trixie know it, everything goes to hell in a hand-basket. And from then on, you and Trixie are on a roller coaster of 'what the hell is going to happen next??'
I don't typically read mafia style stories, but this one had me hook, line and sinker from the first chapter. Trixie is a vivacious main character that uses words like others use bullets, but always in a wonderfully humorous manner that will leave you begging for more. Dimitri is the hot-headed son of a mob-boss, but he has found himself in a world of trouble that only seems to grow with his proximity to Trixie (much to the amusement of the men who work for him).
There are puns galore strewn throughout the story (I mean... the last names... really?? Love 'em!) that adds another layer onto what is already a cleverly written story.
And the side characters!! Oh, how I loved the side characters, especially Babushka (her and her kalashnikov obsession), Nox (and his Scottish accent), and Antonia (how we all wish for a flatmate like her). Even the villains were intriguing in their own vile way (always a good thing when discussing villains).
Beautifully written and an easy way to convert someone into reading more mafia stories. If all of them were as funny as this one, then I could easily see myself finding a new genre to plunge into headfirst.
I'm glad that this is also out on Amazon - gives me a reason to re-read the story when I'm not online.
Thank you, Tawarriel, for writing such a wonderful book. I can't wait to dive into more of your stories! Loved it!