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Publisher Description

It began with betrayal.

And ended in murder.

She was never supposed to cross my path. 

She was never supposed to know about the Currency of Secrets or the Oaths of Blood.

But like a thief in the night, she stole my soul even if she wasn’t mine to possess.

As a member of the Elite, I live by simple tenets. A gentleman above all. Private matters stay private. Secrets whispered are never revealed. Enemies and friends are of the same coin. And power is king.

My so-called brothers killed my friend. I intend to make them pay.  And before it’s over, I’ll bend all the rules of morality, decency and legality. I will borrow and steal to set the scales right. But begging--begging, you can forget about.

My name is Ben Covington and I know my sins. 

April 21
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Customer Reviews

Trenease ,

Good but not my favorite format

A cute start to the story about Ben and Olivia. I’ve always loved Nana’s writing style but these series books with the “to be continued” seem to be a bit drawn out. This is the first time I’ve just felt the story was too slow. I still love the appeal of the stories and the connections to some of our old favorite characters so I will continue to be a fan. Just wishing for a better format in the future.

VZ3580 ,


This story has a bit of everything, suspense, intrigue, secret societies, and of passion. And boy does Ben and Livy bring on the passion. At first they play coy with each other, but when the fire is lit, it explodes, can’t wait to see what happens in book 2 because warning there’s a big OMG

Annoyednyc ,

Big Ben and Little Livy

Big Ben and Livy have a unique meeting, which is the beginning of a unique relationship. Ben and his friends are working to take down the person they hold responsible for their friend’s death. Livy, whose dealing with her own grief and relationship issues, stumbles into the middle of the it all. Ben and Livy have great chemistry and their dialogue is always entertaining - I just wish there was more at the beginning of the book. The first half of the book seems to set up the behind the scenes story, but when the two of them are on the page together the story comes to life. I’m sure all the set up will come in handy as we get into the rest of the series. Spoiler alert...I want to know who she sees in the loft!

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