Mistletoe, Mobsters and Mozzarella by Peggy Jaeger

Mistletoe, Mobsters and Mozzarella by Peggy Jaeger
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Mystery/Suspense
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Larkspur

Finding a body in the freezer of the family deli isn’t the way Madonna San Valentino planned to start her day.

Adding insult to injury, the investigating detective is the one guy she’s never been able to forget. After seven minutes of heaven in the back seat of his car when they were teenagers, Tony Roma skipped town without so much as a thanks for the memory.
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Just when Madonna thinks the present situation can’t get any worse, Tony is ordered to go undercover at the deli to ferret out a killer. Forced to work together, she vows to keep their relationship cool and professional. But with the sexy, longing looks he tosses her at every turn, Madonna’s resolve is weakening.

With Christmas drawing closer and Tony’s investigation taking an unexpected turn, Madonna is at her wit’s end. Can she really be falling for him again? And will he wind up leaving her broken hearted and alone like the last time?

The last thing Madonna expects when she opens her family’s deli, is to find the dead body of one of her employees. Yes, Mistletoe, Mobsters and Mozzarella starts out with a bang and this Italian, New York style story never stops.

The murder brings Madonna and Tony, the detective working on the case, back together again. The two haven’t seen each other in years, but there is still a spark between them. Tony and Madonna work together to solve the crime and along the way, fall in love. Tony and Madonna are easy to like and I enjoyed all their encounters. Madonna isn’t afraid to speak her mind, she doesn’t give in to anyone, except her family.

The characters in this story are all entertaining, especially Madonna’s big Italian family. Madonna comes from a tight knit family and working at the family deli was what was expected of her. She loves her family and doesn’t want to disappoint them, but working at the deli isn’t her dream job. If you like romance, laughter, big families getting in your business, handsome heroes and suspense, don’t miss this one. This action packed story is filled with suspense, romance and wise guys all thrown together.

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