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Borgata - Book II #wattys2016

Borgata - Book II #wattys2016

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Katarina E. Tonks By katrocks247 Updated May 13

VENDETTA SERIES TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfQI1XRSkIc
  
  ***NOTE: This is Book 2 of the Vendetta series. I recommend that you read Omertà before this book so that you have a gist of what's going on. However, this is a prequel, meaning this story happened before Omertà, and CAN be read on its own! :) **
  
  Samantha finds herself imprisoned in a world of illegal trade and criminal activity, where she must face the consequences of her actions and repay her father's debt. She also will try to resist a mob boss, who understands her on a much deeper level than her heart can allow.

MiaElka MiaElka 7 days ago
Pocketknife? Please. Ever heard of the phrase "Don't bring a pig stick to a gun show"?
MiaElka MiaElka 7 days ago
Isn't Fico like 6'5"? Say Sam is wearing 5-6 inch heels. That would put her at about 6'4-5". So she shouldn't have been shrunk down...I call BS.
PEACHESCOLA PEACHESCOLA Jun 08
this sentence is so beautiful....
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              
                              yeah, so, does anyone know what it means?
MiaElka MiaElka 7 days ago
What's up with the comma after "owe"? It's really bothering the grammar nazi in me.
Every time someone says Jesus Christ, my teacher looks around and says, "where is he? Is he here?"