Aida was the only daughter of the Gallo Italian Mob head, while Callum Griffin was the eldest son of the Irish Mob leader. There had been friction between the two families for many years but, to avert a full-scale war that neither families wanted, a compromise was reached between the fathers. The answer was simple Callum would mary Aida, and the heirs from the marriage would inherit a powerful organization in the future with both families supporting the other against any contenders. But, for Aida and Callum, enemies of each other, it would be war in the beginning until a cease-fire is reached. Callum thought Aida was a "Spoilt brat," in need of training, while Aida thought her Callum was "Puffed up with his importance."When the two of them worked together, they made a formidable team, and as respect grew in their relationship, so did attraction and love. One of the things I liked this story was Callum and Aida's honesty. Neither of them hid their true selves behind a facade of indifference, "What you saw was what you got with both of them." Reading about their relationship that was exciting and, at times, dramatic, added to my enjoyment of this book.
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