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Publisher Description

The eighth book in the USA TODAY bestselling series.

Vendetta is not a choice, its her destiny … 
Gia Santella has settled into domestic life with a vengeance. The days of drinking too much, driving too fast, and going home with an assortment of cute boys have come to a screeching halt. 

But then her world is upended when a little girl escaping a brutal life in Guatemala is thrust into her life. Gia finds herself fighting against her most ruthless enemy yet—a deadly and vicious force whose powerful reach extends across continents. 

If you like take-charge heroines, edge-of-your-seat suspense, and gritty dramas, then you'll love this book. 

Buy Border Line now to create your own brand of justice!

Mysteries & Thrillers
March 26
Kristi Belcamino
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Jenwestberg ,

Another Gia Masterpiece!

His is my hero in so many ways! I love to read about her adventures and can’t wait until the next one!

Ellen/Oceanside ,


BORDER LINE .....Kristi Belcamino
Customs guard stopping Gia and James, we saw you pick up a child, wanting to speak with her. Our daughter Maggie, hoping the child, would not speak, when she asked " mommy wants going on", hitting the gas and crossing. Gia and James tell her they will find her mother and return her. No, mommy said for me to live with you and James. A woman in black told her mother. Gia knew who that woman was. Guatemala the terror that happens to the whole family. Grandmother paid a coyote to take them to American. Instead someone paid for this girl, a special order, and the coyote messed up and would be punished. James, Gia’s mate understands Gia, she is beautiful and wild. He will be beside what ever she does.
Readers will be astonished by the depth of this plot, the cartel, drugs, workers for farms. This goes beyond, what was special about this girl. Meeting Gia Aunt, they are the only relatives, her job is to protect Gia. She is even more ruthless and dangerous, if that is possible the Gia. Great story.
Given ARC for my voluntary review and my honest opinion.

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