Killmore series

 

Synopsis:

Leia Badeau was used by the Feds to report on the dealings of Antonio Herrera—the major Mexican crime lord and her ex-husband’s employer.  She knew everything about Antonio’s business. How, you ask?  She was the only woman he kept close, really close—he claimed he loved her.  Leia learned quickly that you get to see and hear a lot of interesting things when you hold that kind of status.

Present day, seven years later, the Feds have Leia, now known as Laurie, in witness protection in a place called Willow River. However, she never feels safe knowing Antonio is still alive.  Most days, Laurie keeps to herself, avoiding most people in her new hometown.  There are only a few select people she considers friends.  When she’s not running her cafe, Laurie trains rigorously—waiting for the time when the Devil comes calling for his debt to be paid.

New players enter the game, causing Laurie to question everyone and everything.  She finds herself on the run, desperate to keep her past just that, in the past.  To Laurie, she must keep running to keep the demons off her scent.  Nightmares eventually become reality and Laurie’s thrust face to face with Devil.

While on the run, it doesn’t take long for someone in Laurie’s past to find her.  Once again, more players are added to the game.  In time, some people die, truths are revealed, and Laurie is forced to chose: to either fight or give up completely and let the Devil have her soul.

**Please Note: the Killmore series is a two (2) book series: Killmore (Killmore #1) and The Killmores (Killmore #2).

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