Publisher Description

Deva Landry is relieved to be rescued from the MC princess life. But now the angel who saved her is back to collect payment.

The cost? Deva is assigned to babysit bad-boy cage fighter Aleksei Voronov, forcing her back into the murky underworld of Chicago. Prepared for the worst, she's shocked to uncover a kindred spirit, a wounded soul like hers. Chaos strikes and the two are thrown together on an impromptu mission to stop a city-wide massacre.

Deva's always prepared for battle, but can she overcome the burning desire for the inked deviant who represents everything she thought she left behind?

March 10
India Kells
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

romancereader77 ,

Lost Bastard

Wow! Just Wow! One of the best books I’ve read in a while. It gets one of my rare 5 stars. Loved the flow, storyline, characters, and the dialogue. Basically was awesome all the way around.

dfahre ,

Love her writing!

India Kells is an amazing novelist! I love her style. Can’t wait to get the next book in this series!

Team Craig ,

Loved It!

Lost Bastard is the first book in the Dark Sparrows Series. It is a fantastic book and gets the series started with a bang. Beatrice Dante, founder of Purgatory, has a special name for the people she rescues...Dark Sparrows. They agree to return a favor if and when she needs it. She needs a favor now and Physical Therapist Deva Landry has the skill set she needs. Ten years after her rescue Deva is returning to Chicago to help keep one of Lazarus King’s brothers safe from their megalomaniac father Jamieson Finch. Aleksei Voronov is Russian born and has toes to the Bratva and underground fighting. Deva’s job is to get close to Aleksie and report to Gabrielle Thorne her findings. Deva’s past comes back to haunt her and she is in danger from it and Finch. Aleksie is suspicious and deadly too. This book has all the good men, MMA fighters, underground fighting, MC’s, mobs, gangs, Bratva, a psycho dad or two, alpha protective men and two lost souls falling in love.

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