Author: Deborah Blumenthal

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Mini-Review: Mafia Girl by Deborah Blumenthal

Posted 30 August, 2014 by Gabbie in Review / 0 Comments
Mini-Review: Mafia Girl by Deborah Blumenthal

I was very excited to begin this novel when I saw that I had been approved on Netgalley. I loved the idea of the daughter of a mobster falling for a cop and all the other things that were promised in the synopsis. Unfortunately, this novel fell extremely short of my expectations. I probably should have paid attention to the low Goodreads rating but I was hooked. “No I am not thinking about what I’ll be wearing for the Vogue pictures or what I’ll stand up and say to the assholes at Morgan to get them to vote for me because my body is on orange alert and that makes me wired and dysfunction and scared and excited and in need of a plan and the only one I can come up with makes me semi nauseous but I don’t care.” Gia was a brat. Plain and simple. She was spoiled and shallow and just not a good character at all. Her narration was annoying—so annoying that I wanted to pull out my hair even before reaching my point of DNF. She wasn’t relatable at all. She was just not a character that I enjoyed in any way. Michael, the cop, was just as bad. I didn’t see much of him before I put the novel down for good but of what I saw of him was creeper-ish. He was […]