Book Review

THE GOOD DAUGHTER
by Diana Layne

Genre: Romantic Suspense, E-book
Sensuality: HOT

2012 Indie Press/Self-Published Contemporary Romance Nominee

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Calling this book “old-school Jackie Collins with a Gotti twist and enough heat to melt Alaska” still doesn’t begin to describe how explosive it is. This is a turn-off-all-electronic-devices, one-sit read, with impressive characters, a transfixing plot and enough breathtaking action to knock your socks off! Layne has star power in spades.

When the mob offs her police officer boyfriend, Marisa Peruzzo vows to take every last one of them down … even if it means obliterating her family. She finds an ally in FBI agent Dave Armstrong and loses her heart to him along the way.

Dave doesn’t believe in any gray area when it comes to justice, only what’s right and what’s wrong. Unwavering in his goal to put mob kingpin Carlo Peruzzo out of business, Dave realizes the don is not an easy foe to cuff. Then Carlo’s daughter catches Dave off guard with an offer he can’t refuse: to assist in the task of tearing down her father. (DIANALAYNE.COM, dl $3.99)

Reviewed By: Diane Morasco

Publisher: DIANALAYNE.COM

Published: May 2012

Reader Rating

4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
(12 ratings)

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