☆ Backdoor Politics È Download by ↠´ C.L. Mustafic

☆ Backdoor Politics È Download by ↠´ C.L. Mustafic I love a novel that completely wraps me up and then lingers so I can t get it out of my mind With a dark and disturbing story line and characters who could be your next door neighbors, C.
L Mustafic s Backdoor Politics is spine tinglingly perfect This one s a must read for any fan of dark erotica Backdoor Politics has an incredible plot which unfolds gradually and is structured to build our anticipation There were so many ways the story could go that I truly had no idea what would happen next or how it would end The suspense is wonderful.
When the contract to capture and torture his ex lover s twenty two year old son falls into his lap, Kamal doesn t debate what he ll do for a moment This is his story, and C.
L Mustafic brings us inside the mind of one of the most deliciously monstrous characters I can imagine.
While the traumatic 4.
5 Stars rounded up Pfft Fuck Okay.
Well there s this book I just finished I feel like I ve just been released from something so utterly jarring and frightening It hit some major hard limits for me on than one occasion I ll gather my thoughts and review it properly shortly, but when I look at my Kindle notes I keep seeing the words dysfunction or dysfunctional throughout Backdoor Politics is nothing if not methodical and calculated and very, very fucked up which equals Kamal Power and politics mesh with someone so broken, so psychopathic, to get what it wants Kamal helps those that are adept with the veneer they show to polite society and have the money to pay for dirty deeds Dirty people with money paying to remove whoev 1.
5 rounded up to 2 because I may not have enjoyed the story, but it was at least well written.
Well I wanted to read something edgy and dark, and this book delivered way It started off pretty strong then went downhill Kamal is a seriously messed up, heartless character I think he is the worst anti hero I have ever read about I wouldn t have shed one tear if he ended up dying in the end Zijad is Kamal s victim That s all I can see him as We don t get his pov until the epilogue, and even at that point, I still see him as nothing than a victim.
This book was not only disturbing, but so damn boring at times because of the endless Kamal monologues None of which expressed remorse or any level of humanity.
Yes, I m pissed off because I actually expected some level of romance I kept waiting on Kamal to show his hu 4,5 starsQuite VERY DARK But it was better than I expected It was extremely well written AND surprised me big time Loved it It kept me on the edge I ve read it in one sitting Lately that doesn t happen much But this one was that good It was really hard to read some parts, some scenes are horrific, but I just needed a good ending And I think I got it The author kept Kamal s cold blooded attitude until the end But I hate it when a character changes overnight.
One thing bothered me Kamal used too many Serbian words Sometimes full sentences At least I think it was Serbian But without any translation it just left me wondering what he meant.
Backdoor Politics by C.
L Mustafic is a beautifully wicked story that I never wanted to end The story is focused around hitman and problem solver, Kamal, who takes jobs for people in need of situational fixes and guaranteed winning His latest job, he comes upon, causes him to cut ties with a close friend and make snap decisions about whether he can face his past or not With multiple forces at play, Kamal is never really sure he knows who he fighting for or who he is battling against Things go south really fast ehen during the job of a lifetime he starts to find himself desiring his captive What will he do if he has to pull the trigger on the man he is quickly finding out, fits him perfectly Would his captive ever be able to return Kamal s desire and needs This is a wickedly twisted story If you enjoy dark, gritty, amorale stories then Wow, this is a difficult review to write This is one dark, violent story Which, of course, lured me right in This story takes place in or around Bosnia, much of the background going back to a time when the country was in war torn turmoil Kamal grew up during that time, barely surviving, and that s before he is betrayed in the worst way by his lover and best friend Orhan Now, he is a highly paid, successful deadly mercenary.
When his MAWB Mercenary Acquaintance With Benefits calls for a hookup, he learns of the job to acquire, torture and who knows what else to Orhan s son, Zijad, a boy Kamal once thought of as his own There is a lot of backstory to Kamal s and Orhan relationship with Orhan, but he simply cannot allow someone else to handle this task He doesn t hesitate to change the playing field and take the job over himself.
Once he has Zijad, he doesn t have a come Kamal Is A By The Book Mercenary And Hitman Who Keeps To Himself, Dealing With The Brutal Politics Of The Bosnian Underworld He Has Very Few Ties To The World Around Him Since The War That Left Him Broken And Betrayed By His Lover An Encounter With A Fellow Mercenary, Whose Job It Is To Kidnap The Son Of The Only Man Kamal Ever Loved, Leads Kamal To Do Something Irrational In An Isolated Cabin In The Mountains Of Bosnia With His Hostage, Kamal Follows The Well Laid Out Plan Of His Predecessor, But Somewhere Along The Way Things Get Personal The Boy In His Care Becomes Than Just A Stand In For His Father, But A Job Is A Job And Kamal Is A Professional When Questions And Tensions Begin To Mount, Kamal Begins To Put The Pieces Together For Himself, And Doesn T Like What He Finds Can Kamal Get His Revenge And The Boy Or Will He Have To Settle For One Or The Other M M ARC GIVEN FOR HONEST REVIEW 10 stars Now.
How to review this book.
Here goesLet s start with Kamal.
He is a complex characterYour going to hate him and in a way your going to love him too.
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He is an assassinHe is not a nice man but there s something there that will draw you to him.
Something that will make you want to love him although you really hate him.
He is brutal.
He is uncaring but also he cares in his own way.
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A way that not many people could cope with.
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Zijad is a young man who goes through hell in this book.
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He is kidnappedabused.
raped.
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beaten.
held in the darkno sound.
no nothingYou will love Zijad but what he goes through will rip you apart.
This book shouldn t be taken lightly but let me tell you why you should read it.
If your looking for romance you won t find it in this but if your lo Phew I m not sure how to review this it was all kinds of fucked up, dark, gritty and did I mention dark I wasn t quite expecting the harshness of this book when I read it, especially when coming off a glut of sugar sweet Xmas books this took me back into the darker corners of depravity Well written, completely consuming and had me thinking, surely there is a moment of light This is a classic Stockholm Syndrome story with a hell of a lot of humiliation brutality involved Tread lightly if you d prefer warmth or sweetness you won t find it here If you appreciate the darker side of life, give this a crack Unapologetic, Disturbing Dark I finished this days ago but cannot figure out how to properly review this one Please read Jan s review it s perfect or many others What got me was this was narrated from a broken man raised through wartime, it s so disturbing this book made think and me want to know and the reality is most disturbing

CL Mustafic is a born and bred American mid westerner who mysteriously ended up living in a tiny Eastern European country Left with too much time on her hands let s be honest here it was the lack of television channels in her native language and too many voices in her head trying to fill the silence, she decided to give her life long dream of writing a novel a shot So now between shuttling k