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353 pages, Kindle Edition
First published November 28, 2017
Until next time, moya koroleva.”
She gave him a grin that was downright lethal. “Dmitri Romanov, marrying me is going to be the worst decision you ever made.”
“You have driven me to distraction from the moment we met. I would move mountains to ensure that you end up as my wife, in my bed. You would do well to remember that.”
"Now she wanted nothing more than to grab Aiden’s hand and take him away from it all. She liked him. He wasn’t like these other mob bosses, who seemed to relish doing evil things and hurting people. He did what he had to do in order to keep his family safe."
"Getting a cop indicted was damn near impossible—something she’d been glad of when she wore the badge. It was very easy for civilians to only see the bad cops, the ones who couldn’t be trusted. It was even easier for them to paint all cops in the same light.
They didn’t know how goddamn hard it was to go out into the streets night after night and hold on to her honor. How difficult it was to trust the law to do what was right—and to see the times when the law failed. Theirs wasn’t a perfect system, but it worked more often than it didn’t."