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Audio Book Review: Asher Black by Parker S. Huntington

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Author: Parker S. Huntington Narrator: Lacy Laurel Length: 8 hours and 32 minutes Publisher: PSH Publishing House⎮20 Genre: Romance Series: The Five Syndicates, Book 1 Release date: Oct. 31, 2017 Synopsis: He was supposed to kill me. I had done the unthinkable. I called the cops on him, on his family, but he let me live. We became friends, and then... we fell in love.
Lucy Ives is a foster kid, running from her turbulent past. On her first night in New York City, she accidentally calls the cops on the mafia. When their fixer comes to kill her, he spares her life in exchange for a favor--be his fake fiance or die.

Lucy is the female lead that is studying in biology. She has a past from being in the foster care system. Despite her baggage, she is very intelligent and beautiful. She goes with her roommate Aimee to a nightclub. There she witness a crime and reports it. As the events go, it turns out that the club is mafia oriented and Lucy literally put her life in danger. Asher…
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