Deadly Fun Series – Three Complete Novels Book1 – Deadly Fun (Woman Sleuth vs: Mafia) She calls herself Lo. Working in disguise and undercover, always with an assumed identity, she uses her unusual beauty to ferret out information. Lo works for an independent agency associated with the FBI. Her boss knows she has a checkered past, with time spent in prison, but she’s smart, and has a law degree.
Her new job involves a cruise to the Bahamas with her boss to investigate an enforcer for the Mob. But this will be like no other job she has encountered, By the end of the voyage, she has chased suspects through the tropical islands, been in physical confrontations with knife, fist and firearms; the deck is awash in blood. Can she survive the deadly cruise–and her boss, who may prove more deadly than the Mafia men she uncovers? (Themes in this novel: woman sleuth, spy, Mafia, romantic suspense, luxury cruise,) Book 2 – Precious & Deadly (At the Cannes Film Festival) Superstar, Sybil Cantrell, has a twitchy feeling about her trip to Cannes. Something bad will happen. She’s Right As bodyguard to a famous international film and Broadway star, Lolita has to deal with international jewel thieves from Serbia who have targeted her client’s fabulous collection of gold and gems, as she attends the famous Cannes Film Festival in France. To pursue their goals, the Pink Panther gang of jewel thieves decides it would be much easier to get rid of Ms. Cantrell’s bodyguard, leaving the actress vulnerable. Lo fights off her attackers as they try to get rid of her pesky presence guarding the international star.
The situation is so dire that Lolita’s boss at the Fontaine Agency, Lance, comes to France. Besides catching the jewel thieves, Lance and Lolita have their own undercover job. Hiding their fragile and romantic relationship from the canny film star, Sybil.
(Themes in this novel: bodyguard, celebrity, red carpet, Cannes Film Festival, Romantic Suspense) Book 3 – Flashback: Lolita (Abuse, Mafia Wife, Prison) A Cinderella Story? Yes, she has an evil, abusive mother and a terrible early life filled with physical abuse. Yes, she meets the handsome, Mafia Prince, in church of all places. They are madly in love and have the gorgeous fairytale wedding. Lolita loves being wife to the Mafia enforcer. She has everything she’s ever wanted and adores her husband.
But Happily Ever After? I don’t think so. All the fairy tales and romance stories end with, “And They Lived Happily Ever After.”
What really happens after the ‘Ever After?’ Could be it be tragic?
Well, yeah. When the Prince is gone forever, murdered. When political forces targeting the Mafia cause a miscarriage of justice. When you’re thrown into a maximum-security women’s prison. Then it’s just a matter of survival. Clashing steel gates. Your roomy is big and scary. The food is awful. Working daily in the laundry, like a real Cinderella, is hot and exhausting. The nights are filled with inmates screaming and crying. The guards are mostly okay, making sure the prisoners follow strict prison rules. Except one, who has it in for Lolita. A real nasty character who came from a rival Mafia gang in Chicago. He is determined she will suffer. Maybe never leave the prison alive. Drones fly over the prison gates, delivering contraband, poison pills, and weapons.
There are strip searches for hidden drugs.
Fights break out between inmates.
Rival gangs clash in warfare.
Drugs are rampant, and women od. Can Lolita survive? (Themes in this novel: Prison life, Mafia Wife, Married to the Mob, Romance remembered, Love, women’s friendship)
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