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Love Found Me

A City Love Novel, Book 1
by Nina Amari  US United States

December 2, 2015   |    1,263 reads    |   0 comments

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Love Found Me (A City Love Novel, Book 1) by Nina AmariGet ready to dip your toes into a sizzling, breathtaking romantic suspense with Indie Author Nina Amari’s latest book, Love Found Me (A City Love Novel, Book 1). This book will thrust you into a world of sophisticated intrigue and set your heart racing into a world of corruption, secrets and betrayal that even a woman who seems to have everything, finds that success has now come at a price. A substantial read, this novel will resonate with fans and draw readers into the heart of trust and honor. Nina Amari’s new series offers a sophisticated new twist on suspense romance with heart and luxury and a little bonus panache.

Against a backdrop of lavish luxury, sophisticated elegance and worldly culture, this fantastic novel takes you deep into the world of Danielle Prentiss – a NYC forensic accountant whose prominent success at one of the New York City’s most prestigious firms is about to thrust her life in a whole other element. She’s struggling with the life she is trying so hard to avoid. Love has become seriously overrated. Everything changes when she meets Roman Jules, brilliant IT guru and self proclaimed party boy who’ll stop at nothing to be everything or maybe all that she’d known would bring more chaos than she bargained for.

About The Author

Nina Amari is a romance novelist of Suspense and Contemporary Romance series. Her stories thread romance, intrigue and passion into stunning locations around the world. She creates vivid imagery to form the foundation of her novels, and flawed yet strong-minded characters that aren’t afraid to take risks as they endeavor to find their happily-ever-after.

Nina eloquently unearths the struggle of her heroes and heroines journey towards love. Urbane sophistication with an air of elegance, heart pulsing suspenseful intrigue allows the journey to escape lasting long after the last page... more

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