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Saint View Strip, #1

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Blurb

I’m the ruling queen of Saint View Strip. After growing up poor, taking my clothes off and dancing for men is all I know. My thriving club and the people I employ are everything. They’re my ride or die, and I’m theirs.

Nobody is taking them away from me.

So when a local politician announces plans to bulldoze everything I’ve spent the last ten years working for, I won’t be silenced.

Not by some suit.

And not by the cops.

Joshua Boston can arrest me all he wants. He can come at me with strong arms and piercing eyes that make my insides tingle. He can push me up against the wall and cuff me all day long.

I’ll still hate him.

I’ll still want him.

In this town of gangs, shootings, and dangers around every corner, no one is safe. I’m no damsel in distress, but when a violent threat ups the stakes, it’s Boston I’m forced to turn to.

We may hate each other, but the real enemy is the one neither of us will see coming.


Evil Enemy is a dark romance that may have triggers for some readers. It was first published in the Hate to Want You Anthology.

A male/female romance set in the Saint View world. No prior knowledge of the world is needed to start this hot new series.

Here's a taste of what's inside!

 

I’m the ruling queen of Saint View Strip. After growing up poor, taking my clothes off and dancing for men is all I know. My thriving club and the people I employ are everything. They’re my ride or die, and I’m theirs. Nobody is taking them away from me.

 

So when a local politician announces plans to bulldoze everything I’ve spent the last ten years working for, I won’t be silenced. Not by some suit. And not by the cops. 

 

Joshua Boston can arrest me all he wants. He can come at me with strong arms and piercing eyes that make my insides tingle. He can push me up against the wall and cuff me all day long. I’ll still hate him. I’ll still want him. In this town of gangs, shootings, and dangers around every corner, no one is safe. I’m no damsel in distress, but when a violent threat ups the stakes, it’s Boston I’m forced to turn to. 

 

We may hate each other, but the real enemy is the one neither of us will see coming.

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