Goodnight, Sinners is the third and final book in International Bestselling Author Nikita Slater’s mafia romance Sinner’s Empire Trilogy.
A mafia war.
A fallen empire.
A family destroyed and scattered.
Jozef and Shaun must pick up the pieces and rise to the top of a criminal empire together. If they fail, they will lose everything.
Shaun must fight for her beliefs and her career if she’s going to be happy as a mob wife.
Jozef is on a precipice. One wrong step could mean the end of his rise to power, his wife and even his life.
Together they will show the world a new Koba empire, built from the ashes of destruction and put back together with the strength of their love.
My Review – 5 stars
Emotional and action-packed
I have loved every instalment in this series and the third and final book in Shaun and Jozef’s story is by far no exception. The journey to their HEA, which takes place within the world of organised crime, is not an easy one as it is full of danger, deception and drama, but it does make for a fantastic emotional and action-packed read.
The couple are clearly very much in love with one another and whilst Jozef will do anything to keep Shaun safe, his actions sometimes go against what she wants and needs, given she is such a strong and independent woman. I enjoyed reading how they learned to open up to each other, working to resolve their differences and growing as a couple, although it was not always an easy ride in the dangerous world they live in. The tension between Shaun, a surgeon dedicated to saving lives, and Jozef for whom violence and killing has been a way of life, was palpable and kudos to the author for sharing their story with us in such a realistic and sensitive manner.
The surprises and plot twists in this instalment just kept coming, events drawing together the many threads woven into earlier books. At times I was only just recovering from one revelation when I was hit with another. I loved how the author developed a number of secondary characters, weaving parts of their stories into Shaun and Jozef’s romance, and I hope that they will feature in future books.
Recommended to lovers of mafia romance and also romantic suspense.
Reviewed by Tina Williams
Please note that a copy of this book was given to me by the author and I am voluntarily leaving a review.