The mafia has ruined my life…
Run. Hide. Repeat.
That has been my life for longer than I remember.
I know all it takes is one missed step…One person to recognize me.
When my car breaks down leaving me stranded in the middle of Louisiana, I thought that was the worst thing that could happen.
It was not.
It was him.
Ryker pulls no punches, he tells me how it is straight, and that frightens me.
He tempts me.
He makes me want to stop.
He makes me want more.
It can be my undoing.
When the mafia catches up, can I leave?
If I do, can I survive more heartache?
About the Author
Mother of two insanely (well trained) sarcastic men, wife to a dangerously smolder inducing grumble bunny (fireman), and friend to some amazing ladies (you know who you are). Thanks for reading, thanks for being a friend, and I look forward to meeting you in the future for drinks, danger and laughs.
Living in Northern Ontario, Canada, Kerri loves to read, travel and find new reasons to write you fantastic love stories. Remember, not all love is clean. Dark, light, angsty, sexually charged and twisted—that’s her genre.
It’s heart wrenching stories where the muse directs her. As the instrument of their lives, their stories are told through piece by piece. You can hope for the good guy to win, but it won’t always happen. She can’t guarantee an HEA (happily ever after) or HFN (happy for now), because life doesn't always have those.
Enjoy the OMG's and tears. Tear your hair out, toss a book or two, because I want you to feel their pain too. As they live it, you can absorb it on the pages.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
**I received a copy of this book for an honest review.** Overall, I enjoyed the story. The backstory was complex, with everybody tied to everybody else and having two identities, but on the surface that worked for me. What didn't work as well was the fact that Kate/Georgia could "end up" back into the middle of it when her car broke down outside of some random town. It was too coincidental. I liked Ryker and Kate/Georgia. They had their pasts, their reasons and explanations for who they were, and I could appreciate that. When it came time for the relationship to change, however, his change from wanting sex only to wanting more, and hers from wanting to keep her secrets to trusting him, just happened. They didn't know why; it just did. Considering the kind of people they had been forced to become by life, I would have liked to have seen little more personal insight from them both. I liked that the writer didn't pull her punches when it came to the violence. It was a little heavy-handed toward the end, but at least it didn't get resolved too easily or without cost. Some of the explanation/tie-up was a little convoluted, which over-complicated things, along with the complex backstories for the characters. The book needed a better proofreader. I found numerous small mistakes (incorrect punctuation, improper usage, spelling, typos) and better formatting. Any line that ended at the margin put an extra space between paragraphs. It happened a lot. Overall, I'm likely to give this reader another try.