You’ve been waiting for the third book in The Iron Angel Series. Coming soon – The Only Sin (target release date: October 2017).


Six months ago, Joan Bowman’s fiancé, Duncan, was shot during an ATF sting operation. He left a message with a friend that if anything happened to him, she was to call a certain phone number. That message led her to Yonkers, New York and Duncan’s longtime friend, Jeb, who has control over Duncan’s estate. Their understanding was that if Joan called, something happened to Duncan, and she was to inherit everything Jeb was holding for him.

Duncan’s plan was for Joan to use the money so she could buy a new identity and disappear. However, Jeb has other plans. He cannot accept the fact that his friend is dead, and believes Joan had something to do with Duncan’s death. He gives the money to her in advances only large enough to live on. If he keeps her close, he can play her, befriend her, and get her to open up to him and confess to her part in Duncan’s demise. But he has yet to learn what Duncan learned: never play a player.

Joan is not interested in the money. Nothing can replace the love of her life. Guessing she is being played, she sets out on her own scheme to discover Jeb’s sudden, personal interest in her. It’s a dangerous cat and mouse game until Duncan appears. He did not die in Phoenix, but instead spent the past six months hiding out and recovering from his gunshot wound in the Ozark Mountains. He delays reuniting with Joan until he sets a plan in motion that will give Joan what she has wanted since they first hooked up – a quiet life together.

In true Iron Angel Bad Karma fashion, the elation of Duncan’s return doesn’t last. A mistake he made while recovering in Arkansas follows him to Yonkers, and causes a tragic divide between Joan and Duncan. His plan requires Joan’s love for him to remain strong. If Joan doesn’t forgive him, the plan will fail, and they both will spend the next thirty to forty years in prison. Joan’s street name is Iron Angel because she is strong and she is good. But will she be strong enough to overcome this setback and good enough to overcome her sense of betrayal?

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