can things you only glimpse for a moment sear themselves into your memory?
~Alessandra, Mobster’s BonesAlessandra has a problem. It’s not that the Mafia is the only life she knows,
her father and best friend being members.
She’s being followed. Her stalker destroys the one thing Alessandra thought
they could never touch. She’s now forced to flee the only home she’s known,
How can someone be so beautiful? The morning sunlight is coming through the
blinds on my window casting a glow around Alessandra. She has been here for a
week, and we have fallen into a routine. It is sort of like she has always been
here. Imagining her leaving, gives me an unwanted stone in my stomach.
~ Troy, Mobster’s Bones
Troy has his life planned out perfectly; graduate from Notre Dame with honors,
get married, live a quiet life with his wife and kids in the suburbs. Just like
his parents and their parents before them.
Things don’t work out according to plan – the scaffolding of his life is
crumbling before his eyes. Troy’s plans didn’t include the daughter of a mob
enforcer showing up at his door and sleeping in his bed. Are Alessandra and her
mafia family worth throwing away the life Troy has always wanted?
This book can stand alone or be read as Book 5 in the Mobster Series.
(Book 1 is Mobster’s Girl)
“Then let me explain something to you.” He puts his arm around my shoulder like
a very bad scene from the Godfather. “You are friends with them. In turn that
makes you friends with me… and Antonio is marrying Megan, your friend. Antonio
is going to be the Boss. We treat friends like family. That means you are
friends with, and practically family with, all of us.”
~ Vito, Mobster’s Bones
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beautiful “devil” I’ve ever seen.” ~Megan,
Rachiele is a widowed military spouse who spent many years volunteering and on
staff for the Army National Guard and Department of Veteran Affairs with family
support, family readiness, as well as, families of the Fallen. Amy devoted 10 years
to teaching at-risk students in the Providence School System. She holds a
Master’s degree from Rhode Island College in English and Secondary Education.
Besides writing, she is a reader, tea-er, shifter-lovin’, Sci-fi junkie, who
enjoys scrapbooking, sewing, and traveling. Amy lives in Massachusetts with her