They say that crime knows no bounds. Or does it?
Doukas Tremes and his brothers, the Lords, are one of the most influential and dangerous crime families in Greece. In their world, everything revolves around crime, and they stop at nothing.
Having inherited a failing business, Ria Vamou tries to make ends meet. On top of everything else, a gang is pressuring her to pay them protection for her taverna.
Love is nowhere near her plans. All it takes is one night, one photograph, one kiss, and everything changes. Forever!
Nothing will stop Doukas from making Ria his because he finally found a woman worth starting a war over.
Doukas is the first full-length standalone novel in the Greek Crime Lords Series. It describes scenes of violence and sexual content, so please read at your own discretion.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I've always been an avid romance reader, especially those books full of action, angst where everything seems bleak for a moment.
Doukas was an image, a scene of a man looking at a picture of a girl that he had to know. He's not the typical mafia hero, but he's alpha all the way, and I like that there are no real secrets between them. Of course, as I wrote on, the other characters surrounding Doukas and Ria took life of their own.