Release Blitz with Review: Brutal Intentions by Lilith Vincent

September 28, 2022

Title: Brutal Intentions
Author: Lilith Vincent
Genre: Enemies to Lovers Forbidden Romance
Release Date: September 28, 2022


He’s devious. Corrupted. And his brutal heart wants me.

Lazzaro Rosetti just locked eyes with fresh prey: the virginal, high-school girl from a rival family. Me, Mia Bianchi.

He’s screwed his way through half the city’s female population and he’s running wild—until his family finds a way to curb his behavior by forcing him to wed.

When he speaks his vows at the altar, he’s holding Mom’s hands, but his menacing green eyes are staring right at me.

From the moment he crosses our threshold, Lazzaro makes my life hell. I’m Mom’s unprotected and despised youngest daughter and Lazzaro inhales my vulnerability like it’s the finest perfume.

Someone’s going to pay dearly for his bachelor wings being clipped, and I’m his perfect victim.

Author’s note: Brutal Intentions is a standalone MF romance with forbidden themes, breeding, an age gap, a possessive alphahole and a virgin. Laz is married, and not to the heroine. All characters are over eighteen. The story is dirty and delicious, so please read at your discretion.

Lazzaro Rosetti and Giulia Bianchi are forced together via arranged marriage. They don't love each other. In fact, they don't even like each other, but there is someone that Laz likes plenty, his stepdaughter, Mia.

Mia is the black sheep of the family due to her birth being the result of an affair with a restaurant owner. Her family acts like her parentage is her fault, and they treat her shit because of it. Nobody shows Mia love and affection aside from one of her sisters that doesn't live with her. The family that Mia encounters on a day to day basis don't care about her feelings or pay any attention to her whatsoever. That is, until Laz moves in.

He's supposed to be keeping her mother's bed warm, but he can't stop sneaking into Mia's instead. She tries throwing him out. Her family hates her enough as it is, and Laz is her new father in the eyes of the law.

Spoiler alert: it doesn't work.

Brutal Intentions is my first read from Lilith Vincent, and it was so much fun! The author has a captivating writing style that pulled me into the story quickly and held my attention the whole way through. The steamy scenes between Mia and Laz are absolute taboo perfection, and I adore both characters, especially Laz. He's lewd, crude, and barely gives a single fuck, and while that might not always be the best combination of personality traits, it only endeared him to me. His mouth is dirty and hilarious, and he appreciates, defends, and cares about Mia more than anything. It's hard not to love him even when he does messed up or dumbass things.

If you're worried about how you're going to feel due to the cheating, and the fact that Mia's mom is the one being cheated one, don't be! I felt so bad for Mia during the entire book, and most of that was due to how horrible her mother treated her. That bitch is so awful that I never blamed Mia for anything she did with Laz, and you won't either. Trust me!

I was just happy that somebody was finally giving Mia the love she deserved. Laz constantly stands up for Mia against anyone that dares to insult, offend, or ignore her, and he genuinely thinks she is amazing, beautiful, and worthy of everything. I rooted for them right from the start, and nothing about their relationship ever felt wrong to me.

Despite their age difference, relation, and what stage of life they're in, their relationship makes a lot of sense. They're both being controlled by their families and aren't "seen" by anyone that supposed to love them. Mia and Laz bring out the best in one another and give each other everything they've been missing and deserve. I don't know how anyone could deny that they're each other's perfect match.

Taboo romance fans, this one's for you!



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Lilith Vincent is a steamy mafia reverse harem writer who believes in living on the wild side! Why choose one when you could choose them all.



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