Sharing not one, but two new ‘Gang-Lit’ books with you today!
The Blog Tour for Risking It All isn’t going to begin until much closer to the publishing date, so for now I can only whet your appetite with a first look at the great cover art which is accompanying the story.
My thanks as always goes out to the lovely Vicky and the team at Aria Fiction for their great taste in authors and to the folks at NetGalley, without whom I wouldn’t get to read all these excellent new stories!
As we are still about three months away from the long awaited official publication date, you can pre-order your copy of Risking It All, from either Amazon UK, or Amazon US, for auto-delivery to your Kindle on January 23rd 2020
RISKING IT ALL
Gemma has always been there for Nathan. He’s the love of her life and she made a commitment to him, one she’d never consider breaking… until smooth-talking gangster Alfie Watson comes into their lives and changes everything.
Alfie doesn’t care about true love – he wants Gemma, and the gangster always gets what he wants. When Nathan ends up owing him money, Alfie gets payback by recruiting Gemma to carry out a jewellery heist. To everyone’s surprise, she’s a natural. Until Alfie forgives Nathan’s debt, she has no choice but to accompany the gangster on more and more daring heists – even though one slip-up could cost her everything.
Nathan might have fallen under Alfie’s spell, but it doesn’t take long for him to realise that he needs to save Gemma from his own mistakes if their marriage is to have any chance of surviving. But when that means taking on the East End’s most notorious gangster at his own game, will he find himself up to the challenge?
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She worked for many years as a Pharmaceutical Buyer for the NHS, based at Barnet General Hospital purchasing medicines and related supplies for North London hospitals including, Edgware General, Finchley Memorial, Napsbury & peripheral sites. Her career path led her to work for an international export company whose markets included The Cayman Islands and Bermuda.
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