The Mafia Leaders Brother
Book #2 of The Mafia Leaders Girl
"Do you know who I am?" He asks, his tone flat and cold as he towered above me.
My back was pressed against the cool lockers, caging me in. My binder and books lay forgotten on the tiled floor beside our feet.
But I didn't care. I didn't care who he was or why it mattered. The arrogant prick was going to make me late.
"No. And honestly, I don't really care," I said, shoving past him to collect my books off the floor. I couldn't get in trouble and have the school call Dave.
The hits I take on a daily basis are enough.
When I was standing at my full height again, I looked over at him, only to find him already staring at me. But not with an expressionless face, but with shock and amusement.
"What?" I questioned, completely annoyed at the fact that he still invaded my personal space.
A smirk touched his perfect, yet soft, lips. "Nothing."
Rolling my eyes, I shoved past him and furiously walked down the hall. But the farther I got, the more positive I felt of his stare on me.
Malia Goode has been through her own personal hell. Having to go from house to house just proves her point. But foster care isn't the only thing she's had to go through. Being abused by her present foster parent must top it all. Now, having to go to a new school, she intends to focus on her work so she can possibly move away and start a life of her own. But what's to say when she can't help but go astray when a certain bad boy can't stay away.
Jace Montgomery didn't have parents to start with, but he did have a loving brother who he looked up to that now has a family of his own. But, being in high school while maintaining the position of a Mafia Leader, Jace finds it difficult to concentrate. Especially when there's a new girl in school that peaks his interest.
Jules and Ace had their happily ever after.
Will Jace have his?