Title: Dagger in the Sea
Author: Cat Porter
Genre: Mafia Romantic Suspense
Release Date: June 6, 2018
“The velvet tongue”
That’s what they hear
“The silent fixer”
That’s what they whisper
“Turo DeMarco can slice you with that smile”
It’s been known to happen
But the one truth they don’t know could get me killed.
It’s already gotten me thrown into the fire.
I may be the rising dark star of Chicago’s criminal underworld, but I’ve been warned,
and I have one chance to make things right, flying halfway around the world to do it.
Until one hot AF heiress gets in my way with an unforgettable kiss and a blast of gunfire, hurling us both into the eye of a Mediterranean hurricane, snaring us in the ultimate high stakes games
Our impulsive escape to a Greek island exposes cruel lies, sour truths, explosive passion…and bares our bitter souls
I was always told that actions speak louder than words,
and Adriana proved it to me.
Yet there’s one thing that speaks even louder—
In my heart, on my hands.
Blood never lies, blood never plays games.
And neither do I.
About the Author
Cat Porter is the author of the Lock & Key biker series and its spinoff Fury, as well as the historical romance Wolfsgate. She was born and raised in New York City, but also spent a few years in Texas and Europe along the way. As an introverted, only child, she had very big, but very secret dreams for herself. She graduated from Vassar College, was a struggling actress, an art gallery girl, special events planner, freelance writer, restaurant hostess, and had all sorts of other crazy jobs all hours of the day and night to help make those dreams come true. She has two children’s books traditionally published under her maiden name. She now lives on a beach near Athens, Greece with her husband and three children and a very, very big dog, and freaks out regularly and still daydreams way too much. She is addicted to reading, beach cafés, Pearl Jam, her iPhone, her husband’s homemade red wine, and freshly roasted coffee, all those all the time. Writing has always kept her somewhat sane, extremely happy, and a productive member of society. Well, kind of.