Orlov Bratva by Nicole Fox. Discover the different volumes of the series with their summary and direct access to each book.
Orlov Bratva is a saga in two volumes written by Nicole Fox.
Let’s find out who the author is.
Nicole Fox writes thrilling, sexy dark mafia romance novels about the kind of guys you should run FROM but end up running TOWARDS instead. She is a crazy cat lady in her late 30’s with a coffee addiction, an overactive imagination, and a husband who somehow puts up with her impulsive need to keep buying new plants for their house.
Orlov Bratva, tome 1: Champagne Venom
I spent the night with a stranger…
Who got me pregnant…
And turned out to be my boss…
Whoops, sorry, did I say “boss”? I meant a MOB boss.
To be fair, I didn’t know he was my boss when I slept with him.
I thought he was just the kind stranger offering me a place to stay.
But one night in Misha Orlov’s hotel room got me way more than I bargained for.
It got me champagne that tasted like starlight.
Satin sheets as soft as a dream.
And a man with silver eyes who showed me how it felt to come undone.
And then, in the morning…
He was gone.
That’s fine: I needed to get my life together anyway.
After all, my ex-not-quite-husband (it’s a long story) just emptied all our bank accounts and disappeared, taking my home and my money and my job with him.
So I’m starting from a blank slate.
I find myself a new apartment.
A new job.
And I put both Misha and my husband behind me.
At least, I thought I did.
Until Day 1 of orientation.
When I learn that Misha Orlov is my new boss.
That’s bad enough.
What’s worse is what came next.
A car crash.
A doctor’s appointment.
Direct access to tome 1
Orlov Bratva, tome 2: Champagne Wrath
At first, Misha Orlov was the boss who got me pregnant.
But he has become so much more than just that.
He’s my husband and the father of my babies (yes, as in plural).
And he’s my pakhan + my last hope.
Because of all the people in this messed-up world, he’s the only one I can trust to save me.
As bad men loom and my babies prepare to arrive, we’re both faced with a choice.
Can we let go of the pasts that shaped us?
Or will our scars become our undoing?
CHAMPAGNE WRATH is the second and final book of the Orlov Bratva duet. The story begins in Book 1, CHAMPAGNE VENOM
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What female readers think:
- The characters are likable, I really like them and you care if they are happy or not. Even though the main character is pregnant throughout this book, it doesn’t focus too much on the pregnancy, which is nice. I like the family, and I would like to see more of the rest of them. I hope she writes more books about these characters, even if it’s not a continuation of this two book series. I highly recommend it!
- Paige just found out she’s homeless, penniless, and the man she was married to for six years was never really her husband and he’s disappeared on her as well. She runs into Misha at a restaurant where she was trying to leave without paying for the high priced pizza they served her. Misha needs a distraction and the lovely Paige is perfect for the job. After they have a night of passion together, Misha is gone the next morning and Paige figures she’ll never see him again. Two weeks later when Paige meets her new boss they are both surprised because her new boss is Misha Orlov. After a car accident she wakes up in a hospital to find out that she’s pregnant with Misha’s baby and Misha says they are getting married. This is the first book in the Orlov Bratva duet so be prepared for a cliffhanger ending. I am looking forward to reading book two, Champagne Wrath and finding out what happens next with Misha and Paige.
And one last comment collected on Amazon to finish, hoping to have convinced you to read this series:
- I’ve read 2 other books by this author. I only read the book 1 of both. I basically skipped them both. I didn’t even want to buy book 2 of both. When I started reading this one, I liked it a lot better. Before I was even finished with book 1 I download book 2. It has a lot of twist and turns. I like reading mafia books. I know they are dark, but this set was better that one’s tried to read. Great HEA ending. I even download the bonus epilogue.