Stolen Sin – Fake Marriage Mafia Romance Read Online B.B. Hamel

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, Dark, Erotic, Mafia Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 100
Estimated words: 94048 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 470(@200wpm)___ 376(@250wpm)___ 313(@300wpm)

A standalone fake marriage mafia story with a couple of enemies that turn into steamy lovers from bestselling author B. B. Hamel.

My boss caught me trying to steal from him.
My punishment?
Get pregnant with his baby.

My father was scammed out of everything he owns, and I need to find a way to bail him out of trouble.

Which is how I end up trying to steal from my boss—only to find a bag filled with blindfolds, ropes, and handcuffs, instead of crisp hundreds.

Turns out the kink stash belongs to Simon Bianco, powerful heir to the Bianco Crime Family.

He’s brutally handsome and beyond terrifying, and he catches me trying to rip him off.

That’s when he makes his marry him, pretend to be his wife, give him an heir, and he’ll make sure my father’s set for life.

Only I’m pretty sure he wants to experiment with what’s in the bag…

Now I’ll find out of I can have a baby with a gorgeous monster.

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Chapter 1


Sitting out behind the restaurant where I work with an enormous Diet Coke, I’m seriously at the point where I’m considering sub-table hand jobs as a second form of income.

Which is how I consider trying to explain my desperation level to Rachel, a fellow server at Cucina Amore, since she’s the one most likely to catch me mid-stroke.

I’m not really serious about it. Honestly, it’s a super impractical way to earn extra cash. I’d eclipse the number of dicks I’ve touched in my life after Guest Number Six, and I’m not really sure what the market rate for a handy is these days. But I’ve reached the sort of rock-bottom patheticness that leads people to do insane things with their bodies they’d never otherwise consider.

I don’t say any of this. Nobody here has any idea what I’ve been going through, mostly because my dad would be mortified if I talked about it, but also because they can’t really help all that much.

I’m in the alley behind the restaurant in my server blacks while Rachel smokes a cigarette and talks about her current-or-maybe-ex boyfriend and all the drama that entails (larceny, petty robbery, domestic assault, occasional drug use, infidelity—they nail all the trashy greatest hits) and I can’t concentrate on the latest saga of Danny The Absolute Piece of Shit Who Also Happens To Have A Magical Penis Which Is Why She Can’t Just Leave The Motherfucker.

And I’m seriously thinking about robbing a bank.

It wouldn’t go well. I’ve never used a gun and people aren’t intimidated by me. I’m five-foot-three with dirty brown hair and have been described as “fuckably cute” by more than one guy, but I don’t think that’s the kind of physical appearance that would inspire a bank teller to hand over the keys to the vault. But crime is probably better than hand jobs. And a lot faster.

“And then frickin’ Danny comes charging into the back and like pushes me, physically, bodily, into the back office, where Ethan’s sitting at the desk and counting out stacks of cash and like shoving it into this weird bag, and Danny starts yelling about this guy I’ve been messaging on Instagram, but I’m like, Dan, seriously, shut the fuck up about Liam, he’s just a friend and he’s a model that lives in California anyway, you stupid prick, which made Danny put his hands on me again, and then Ethan got so frickin’ mad for no reason and threw Danny out⁠—”

I basically throw my Diet Coke in the air to get her to stop talking for one second. She looks at me like I’m insane as she takes a drag of her cigarette, and I pounce in the meager two seconds while she inhales and exhales a thin stream of smoke.

“What do you mean, Ethan was counting big stacks of money in the back room?”

I shouldn’t have sounded so eager. Rachel’s rolling her eyes at me, and I bet she knows what I’m thinking, but right now I feel like a kid catching Santa Claus dropping presents under the tree. This is kismet, it’s magic, it’s the exact sort of insanity I’d seriously consider right now, because it could possibly work.

“You do realize this place is basically a frickin’ cash business, right?” Rachel waves a dismissive hand at Cucina’s crumbling building. We’re located in a mediocre neighborhood on the south side of Chicago, which isn’t exactly prime real estate, and yet Cucina Amore gets a steady stream of clients.

Most of those patrons are men, and most of those men pay in cash.

There are obviously rumors. People talk about how the place is actually owned by the mob, and it’s some kind of money-laundering scheme, and most of the guys that eat in this dump are really made men and soldiers. That’s what Rachel says, anyway. And she could be right, there really is a high proportion of men coming through here, mostly single, sometimes with a girlfriend or two, but they always give off that shady vibe. Like they’re casing the joint. Or like they’re busy being seen.

I just never put much stock in that. It’s Chicago, which means everyone’s in the “mafia” or they like to pretend they are, anyway. From what I know, the mafia got wrecked by RICO cases back in the nineties and hasn’t been the same since. I figured rumors are rumors, and Italian-American men just happen to like the Bolognese and the faux-Roman ambiance.

Now, I’m not so sure.

“Yeah, but why was Ethan counting it?” I press, sounding a little too eager even to my own ears.

“Duh, because as the manager of this shithole, it’s his job to do the bank drop every night. And he’s gotta keep the books? The idiot stashes the stupid thing in a safe under his desk and the safe doesn’t even lock. I opened it once on accident. But seriously, Emily, you’re missing the frickin’ point. Ethan saw Danny put hands on me and he didn’t even try to stop it! I’m serious, I’m done with these macho dickheads, I’m totally done with them⁠—”