Review: Lucca (Made Men #4) by Sarah Brianne



Lucca was made the underboss, being what nightmares are made of.Chloe was scarred by her past, learning too young that nightmares are real.
He has waited long enough to claim her soul, but he must take it from the devil first.
Her soul might have been better off claimed by the devil.
The only way to save her from her past is to delve into his.
The world as she knows it will come crashing down.

I’m the fu**ing boogieman.
I’m just a fu**ing freak.


I feel like I’ve been waiting forever for this book to come out.

If Chloe didn’t choose Lucca, I was choosing for her. It just had to be Lucca, and I’m so happy that it is!

Chloe wakes up and fins herself alone in an unfamiliar bedroom. She soon finds out that Lucca has kidnapped her to stop her from going off to California for college and making a huge mistake. I know this is not really a good start to Chloe and Lucca’s story, and kidnapping someone doesn’t make for a good romance, but all will be explained.

Chloe tries to push Lucca away and convince herself that he isn’t a good person, she’s right, he isn’t, but he’s different with her, he actually cares for her and only her. It was hard to read about Chloe’s past. I now understand why she’s the way she is. Lucca helped her get over her fears, and the patience and understanding that he had with Chloe was so swoon worthy. He pushed her limits, but he always knew when she’s had enough and when she can take more. He loved her enough to wait for her. When I read about how Lucca first saw Chloe, and when he bought her that music box, my heart felt like it was about to explode.

This was worth the wait.


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