About Author Hayley Faiman :
Born and raised in California, but living in Texas and loving every second of it. I married the man that I started dating when I was 16 years old. We have 2 little boys and a chocolate lab named Optimus Prime.
Russian Torpedo Series by Hayley Faiman Include :
1. Stolen By the Sinner – Are all those that are lost meant to be found? Are all those that are stolen taken against their will?
Holland Wanger has spent her entire life beneath the scrutinization of the paparazzi. The daughter of a famous actor. Her life is predictable and routine—boring. She’s afraid of change, but it seems as though her life is about to be turned upside down in a single instant.
Russian Bratva Torpedo, Danill Belsky, has a new mission that includes an offer for a payment that he can’t quite resist. A payment that comes in a knockout body with long blonde hair and blue eyes.
In a dark club, he meets her under the guise of fate. He is drawn to her. Not only does he need her, but he wants her, too. She’s alluring, seemingly untamable, but Danill knows that she wants to be his.
Can a woman really be stolen if she goes willingly?
2. Bound to the Sinner – Do soulmates exist, or are they created? If you love someone and set them free, will they always come back to you?
Ksenia Pasternak was given to a man when she was just a child. Her life has never been her own. She has been running for a decade, hiding from the world. She does not forge relationships of any kind. She’s had enough of that to last her a lifetime.
Grisha Antonov was given a girl when he was in his early twenties. She was too young for him. He accepted the deal anyway. As a Russian Bratva Torpedo, it was a deal that he should have demanded money for, not a barter, not a person as payment.
When the news breaks that someone from their past is released from one of the most secure and dangerous prisons in Russia, Grisha knows one thing and one thing only. He must protect Ksenia at all costs, even if she doesn’t want to have anything to do with him.
She is bound to him, but at the same time, he is equally as bound to her. They are meant for one another, bound, owned, connected.
3. Caught by the Sinner – Can a person settle for less than they deserve because there’s a glimmer of hope for what they want?
Natasha Morozova has never known easy. Her life has been nothing but obstacles. She came to America for the freedom to change her life–except it’s not that simple. Not when she’s fallen in love with a man who cannot return that feeling.
Kazimir Laskin has worked his way up the ranks of the Bratva. He’s a Pakhan, and he should have everything he desires, or at least be able to take it. He owns a successful club. Money is no object. Men do what he says when he says it–except he can’t have the only woman he craves.
Her station is beneath him. He must marry for the interest of the Bratva, not the good of his heart. When Natasha gives up, Kaizimir watches her leave but cannot let her go. Truth be told, she cannot let go of him either.
When betrayal is at his feet, Kazimir must make some decisions. He must take matters into his own hands. If he catches her, can he keep her? When you’re the Pakhan, are there any rules, or do you get to rewrite them?
4. F*cked by the Sinner – She’s not mine to take. I steal her anyway. Too young for the likes of me, but I claim her as my own.
Zinaida Krupin doesn’t know the meaning of the word freedom. Her father has isolated her for almost a decade. When Kazimir, the Bratva Pakhan, comes to her home with a contract that is too good to resist, she takes it happily. But has she made a deal with the Devil?
Osip Gusev never really thought about his future in the Bratva. He’s always done what is expected of him. As a respected Brigadier, he felt that he had reached his potential. That is until Kazimir comes to him with a new plan, an opportunity that opens up his future to something he could have never imagined.
She is a printsessa. He’s just a soldier. Can they take over an entire territory together, or will they completely fail?
Not everyone is happy about this takeover. Some men are undoubtedly angry that the new king and queen of Northern California seem to be in control and so effortlessly. Can they thrive, or will they fail abysmally?