A thrilling, second-chance romantic suspense saga from USA TODAY bestselling author Tia Louise.
Mark is a bodyguard who wants to be a police detective, one of the “good guys.”
Lara is a burlesque dancer who dreams of being a singer, a true star.
Molly is an orphan, a little girl lost, looking for a home.
Will their dreams survive the crime, the drugs, and sex trafficking hidden behind the scenes, lurking under the lights?
Welcome to New Orleans.
Heroes don’t last long around here…
Wrath: The Lieutenant Harrington Series, Book 1
Miami homicide lieutenant Nash Harrington has seen countless murders. Blood and bodies are nothing to lose sleep over.
Yet what seems to be a run-of-the-mill murder stemming from infidelity turns into a full-blown killing spree.
For this killer, taking the lives of his wife and her lover is merely the beginning. He’ll take the deceit no more. His decision has been made. All the women who've wronged him in the past will die.
Harrington quickly finds the case turning personal when the killer's focus inches closer and closer to home.
Unknown to the lieutenant, one of his loved ones has a history with the killer. And that history is etched in the killer’s mind.
What happens when you stop fighting an endless war and start asking why?
It’s not easy being the junior wife. Mia’s only dream is to catch the eye of the dashing lead husband, and her sister’s unexpected death gives her the chance at last. But was it just a tragic accident? Mia wants to find out, but asking questions can be a deadly mistake.
It’s not easy being the junior husband. For years, Hurst has longed to test his sword against the barbarians in the wilderness outside his orderly world, longed to take the lead, longed for Mia. When she’s taken from him, Hurst will risk everything to save her, even if it means taking up his sword against the barbarians, his own people, and the gods themselves.
And that’s when they discover what their world is really like, and who they’re really fighting.
Yet there’s one secret they don’t expect to uncover: because everyone knows there’s no such thing as magic, right?