Affairs of the heart can be lethal in this sensual, thrilling novel from New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey.
As a low-level enforcer in Los Angeles, Ken Swift knows danger, but nowhere does he feel it more than in his tangled romances. Divorced from one woman, in love with another, and wrestling with a strong desire to get to know a third, his life is far from perfect, and it becomes all the more complicated when his troubled daughter resurfaces on the same day as a major job. Margaux is pregnant, bitter, and desperate: she needs $50,000 immediately, and she isn't above blackmailing Ken to get it. Yet even as the tension-filled father/daughter reunion escalates into a clashing of wills and desires that spread far beyond their family, Ken's latest contract spirals quickly out of control, and he finds it is not only his daughter looking to seek revenge.
With the strong characters, heart-pounding action, and intense passion he is known for, New York Times bestseller Eric Jerome Dickey lays bare a tale of lust and angst that will leave readers breathless.
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I've been on the EJD train since the late 90's. I actually hated reading until I found him!☺️ I love the way EJD's writing has evolved throughout the years. This book introduces both new and intriguing characters, a good read but not great.
The Gideon series has my heart. I'm rating this book a 4.. I just can't wrap my head around what was missing ..🤔. Either way, I'm not getting off the train.. I'm in for the long haul and will recommend this book and the others to anyone who's listening!
Losing his Edge
I have always been a fan of EJD. His style is unique. He challenges me learn ten dollar words. His recent books have been good yet they seem lacking of his edge. Maybe is that I can no longer explore the mind of his characters because I lack a connection with them. Too much dialogue, making it harder to follow along. Too much violence. I miss the characters’ from books like Milk in my Coffee, The Other Woman , Pleasure and, Genevieve. Don’t get me wrong he is and forever will be one of my favorite writers.