Saturday, February 14, 2015

★☆ COMING SOON ☆★ Dylan by S. Kline

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☆★ Dylan ☆★
☆★ By S. Kline ☆★
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★ Synopsis ★
Contains graphic sex, drug use, violence, and adult situations. Not recommended for anyone under 18.
"This is what life is all about. This is the place where all of our troubles are put to rest. This is my family. It's not traditional, but it's mine, and I will do everything in my power to protect what's mine. Down to my last breath."
Dylan Trent is more than just the main drug dealer for the organization known as Fianna Fail. He is also Troy Donovan's childhood best friend.
Six months after Marcus's betrayal, and Callie is still in hiding. The whole of the organization is on the hunt for revenge.
But what happens when a broken girl suffering abuse at the hands of her drug addicted mother and step-father entwines herself in Dylan's world?
Meet Raven Colt. One girl who holds too many secrets for her eighteen years of age.
As their world collides will they rise above, or shatter under the pressure? Find out in book 2 of the Fianna Fail series
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Troy: Fianna Fáil: Soldiers of Destiny
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Troy Donovan has it all; respect, legacy, and women. Men envy him, and women just want to be with him. All women except for Kaci Quinn. Kaci made the mistake of falling for Troy once when she was twelve. After finding him making out with her cousin she vowed never to fall for his games again. But how will they handle fate throwing them together as Troy tries to prove himself to the organization by avenging his mother's murder? Will desire bring them closer than ever, or will fate tear them apart for good?

"I was a powerful man by birth. My life chosen before I’d taken my first breath, it was a blessing and a curse. Fianna Fáil owned Palms, Florida. Half the cops were on our payroll, and the other half weren’t brave enough to stand against us."

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