Dark Soul series. Love lights even the darkest soul. A killer’s moral compass rarely points true, and among made men, being gay is a capital crime. But Silvio. Dark Soul, Volume I – Kindle edition by Aleksandr Voinov. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, Book 1 of 3 in Dark Soul (3 Book Series). Dark Soul: The Complete Collection – Kindle edition by Aleksandr Voinov. Download it Aleksandr Voinov (Author) . This is a series of five books. It is one.

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Group Read of DS series. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Silvio “Silvio had that quality about him, like a ghost, or a demon- a revenant moving through space and time” with his intense focus, his complexity, his strenght and his hidden weaknesses that finally Aleksaner starts to see and decipher. I see you Silvio Not at all the reaction I was expecting from myself after reading this.

Dark Soul, Vol. 1

If you absolutely can’t stand dubious consent in any formor cheating at all, it does occur here. A message in a sexy, aleksanr, mafia romance; come on, really? Buy this collection and find out!

Can I say I loved this series? View all 3 comments. But then again, it’s almost impossible to shake off his embarrassing obsession for Silvio. I feel really badly for Donata, would of been so much easier if Voinov had of written her as a bitch but I know it would of been easier to dismiss her then and that’s not what he was going for.


Voinov’s writing is sensual and addictive while his characters are larger than life!!! I was literally panting at some of the scenes, so well crafted and genuine that I kept falling for Stefano every single time and Silvio was the dark, compelling force.

View all 8 comments. I did enjo I don’t really know how to feel about this. The story is now set up beautifully for Stefano to explore what is developing between him and Silvio has they head to the US together. Dark Rival II Silvio delivers for Stefano with the Russians, he’s ruthless and dramatic, and put a weries on voino Russians the likes of which swries could not forget. The honeymoon period with Silvio and Stefano was everything I could hav I’m just numb!

He is a mob boss. And we’re given nothing to go on here.

Job done, threat gone, Stefano knows Silvio has no reason to stay. No response, though, just an dqrk of the name. All the persona, that almost mythical, overpowering, sensually seductive, glossed with cruel intensity of a soulless, immorality, dripping with apathy ……Silvio…. The length of each novella had me hungry for more, and the finale was so satisfying, I felt like lighting up a good cigar, drinking two fingers of good scotch and closing my eyes and starting back at the beginning.

Dark Soul Vol. 4 (Dark Soul, #4) by Aleksandr Voinov

Stefano understands that Silvio needs a permanence that abandoning him will be too cruel, but he can’t get a handle of where he stands with Silvio. Admittedly, there is a bit of just-go-with-it, that as a Voinov fan I was xoul to do.


Silvio has vowed to help Stefano fight his growing turf war. But on the whole And between them are moments of segies, you should hate Battista, but then Aleks makes him almost human and you’re confounded. May 03, Monique rated it it was amazing Shelves: There’s a whole lot of reasons to like this series, but mostly you should like it because it pumps you full of good writing and leaves you wanting more.

The two simmer and bubble, then explode across the page in the most deliciously unexpected and wild ways. Voinov did not disappoint me at all. Silvio was a hired assassin who was freaking scary for sure but also pulled at my heart strings seried his vulnerability, sometimes his childlike behaviour e.

Battista, provides help to Stephano in the form of “Silvio”. I actually liked the ending as a concept, but it was hard to feel satisfied by Stefano’s conclusion because he never seriew like anything more than a prism through which to gawk at Silvio’s amazingness.