New Review from Joyfully Reviewed for Dmitry’s Closet

I was having a day (which I’ll blog about later) but Nakita made it all better with this awesome review.  I have to share it with you.  Please visit their site and share this on your blogs. 

Have a great night,

Latrivia S. Nelson

Reviewed by Nikita Steele

Dmitry’s Closet by Latrivia S. Nelson

For the first time in his life, Dmitry Medlov was considering breaking the code, departing his empire and starting a new life with Royal Stone.  But, because of his ties to the Russia Mafia as the ruthless leader of the Medlov Organized Crime Family, that was easier said than done, especially since every known law enforcement agent was determined to take him down.  And, it didn’t help matters much that his one and only blood brother was trying to take over his kingdom by permanently eliminating him with deadly force.  Yet, the worst part of it all was that his beloved Royal was totally in the dark about his criminal life.

While searching for a job, Royal Stone met Dmitry Medlov.  Greatly intrigued by her, Dmitry instantly hired her to manage his new clothing boutique named Dmitry’s Closet.  Although, surprised by the offer, Royal felt very gracious by the opportunity and quickly agreed to the offer.  It was long before a super hot love affair blossomed between them.  What Royal wasn’t aware of was that Dmitry led a double life as a Russia Mafia crime boss.  When discovered, will she or won’t she continue to be his woman?

Wow!  While I devoured Dmitry’s Closet, I felt as if I was right smack in the middle of a smoking hot soap opera.  This plot had the true markings fantastic storyline where race had no boundaries.  It was jam-packed with drama, cold-heartedness, betrayal, envy, humor, suspense, lust and raw passion.  Once started, I simply couldn’t get enough.  I was hanging on the edge of my seat turning page after page eager to see just how the story would unfold.  Dmitry and Royal were on total opposite ends of the spectrum.  Whereas Dmitry was worldly wise and callous; Royal took things at face value and was very inexperienced – almost too native.  Yet, she fitted perfectly with Dmitry and made him want to have more out of life than his criminal activities.  She softened his outlook on life.  Dmitry’s Closet is not for the faint of heart because it contained violent actions that some might find offensive.  Nevertheless, it needed to be told because of the cruel lifestyle of the mafia.  If you are looking for a thrilling read that will capture and tightly hold your attention from start to finish, then look no future than Latrivia S. Nelson’s Dmitry’s Closet.



What are mafia bosses interested in?

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A gentleman who will remain anonymous and I had a very intriguing conversation this evening about my perception of crime bosses and what type of women they are interested in and what type of lifestyles that they lead. Needless to say that I was very interested in his take. I don’t know him, but a liaison of sorts connected the dots between us and I found myself talking to him. He read my teaser, then requested a draft copy of the book and then wanted to talk to me directly.

He found my brand of fiction titillating. That was his exact word. I laughed a little, because it sounded like something Dmitry would say…

So, while I had the opportunity to talk to him I asked him, what are mafia bosses, in your opinion, interested in.

His answer was very simple. I expected a philosopher’s essay but he said, “Quality in every since of the word. A self-made man wants everything in his life to be about quality because in organized crime you see so much cheap crap (but he said the “s” word) in what you do. No one wants a cheap woman or a cheap lifestyle; it means that you can’t do any better.”

There you have it ladies and gentlemen. I was right on the money. In my opinion, Royal is quality in every since of the word.

Royal Stone

I appreciate the gentleman for taking time to read my book and give me his thoughts and I appreciate that I have a new fan. All I can simply say about that is Spasiba.

Xoxo and that jazz,
Latrivia S. Nelson

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