Sometimes revenge is the only option.
Anna Davies is young, smart and successful, plus she’s the head of one of London’s biggest crime networks. She’s seen off her abusive ex-boyfriend and cut her teeth managing clubs around London’s West End. But nothing could have prepared her for what’s around the corner…
Beautiful, rich and powerful, Sophia Ivanov has been sniffing around Anna’s business empire and she’s got only one thing on her mind – revenge. She’s convinced Anna and her gangster boyfriend, Freddie Tyler, killed her Russian crime boss husband, Alexis, and she’s determined to make them pay.
When Sophia turns up at their club one night, it’s clear she’s not there for a friendly visit and tensions begin to flare. Anna knows Sophia is a danger to their business, but she doesn’t realise how much until Freddie finds himself in unthinkable danger. Can Anna and Freddie get rid of Sophia once and for all… and what will be left when the fighting stops
This book has 369 pages and it’s 369 pages of pure gold adorned with diamonds!
Throughout the series, a lot of baddies have died and gone to hell. I, on the other hand, feel like I have died and gone to heaven each time I can read a new sequel.
This time is no different. A lot of secrets are revealed and according to the Tylers revenge is a dish best served piping hot 😊.
My heart stopped a few times. My heart broke a few times. My heart will always have a special place reserved for Freddie. I really like a great amount of main characters in different books, but Freddie is and will remain my number 1. No matter what he does or does not do, it will never change.
This is such an amazingly good series. I hope and pray that the author will find the inspiration to add a few more books.
Bye for now, Freddie. I hope to see you again soon. 5 golden stars adorned with diamonds. 😉
Thank you, Emma Tallon and Bookouture.
About the author
Emma Tallon is a British author of gripping, gritty, organised crime thrillers and mother of two. Having started her writing career as a freelance ghostwriter, Emma finished her first novel, Runaway Girl, in 2016, and became an author full time. Since then she has written several other novels for her publisher and has carved out a successful career for herself from her home in Milton Keynes, where she can usually be found typing away in her office surrounded by large stacks of books and Post-it Notes full of ideas for future stories.