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Soraya Naomi has once again knocked my socks off with her infallible writing style and astounding characters.
The Man In Black is the tenth book in Soraya’s Chicago Syndicate series, but it can easily be read as a standalone within in this series.  So for those of you who have not read any of her books yet (WHY NOT?!?), grab this one and see why I love this series so much.
The Man in Black is Michael’s story.  He is reeling from the loss of his fiancé and never wants to go down that path again.  He takes his job very seriously and doesn’t care for recklessness. 
Brielle has been used to living on her own for the last several years so when Michael starts poking around her and becoming strangely interested in her, it throws her off kilter a bit.
I am not saying anything else aside from this.  This book should be read with as little information as possible so it does not take away from the suspense.  Soraya has this brilliant way of bringing together a strong plot line (in this case a spy amongst them) and a side plot line of romance and making them work cohesively to deliver one h*ll of a great story.
Absolutely everything flows wonderfully in this story.  You are pulled into the suspense and mystery of the mafia along with the insane attraction between Michael and Brielle.  I love the banter between them and let’s just say there is no shortage of hot attraction.
If you have not gathered yet, Soraya is one of my top mafia writers.  She stays true to the lifestyle while still writing very intriguing stories and strong characters.  I highly recommend this book and her other 9 books in this series!! – Courtney, Goodreads Reviewer.


Author: Soraya Naomi

Soraya Naomi is the author of the Chicago Syndicate mafia series. She writes provocative novels with a sinfully seductive blend of romance, suspense & men who love hard and at all costs. The Chicago Syndicate series - #1 Amazon Organized Crime series - has been translated into several languages. Soraya has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Arts & Culture from Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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