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NEW LOOK! FOR LOGAN has a brand new look and is available to binge read on Amazon now! Start the mafia romance today!

Although part of the Chicago Syndicate world, For Logan is a standalone and can be enjoyed either with or without reading the rest of the series.

After a lifetime of loss, Logan Wade has no faith in things such as justice. He screws and discards women with ease, and deep down, he doesn’t even know who he is anymore. He’s an agent who’s defecting to the Chicagoan mafia, the Syndicate.

However, Logan’s tightly scheduled plans derail when he meets Rosalia Calderone, the mafia counselor’s daughter who’s ten years younger, reckless, and doesn’t know when to keep quiet.

Shrouded under the secrets of her parents, Rosalia has been kept out of mafia business her entire life until unforeseen circumstances thrust her into Logan’s path. As she grows closer to him, Rosalia sees that there’s much more to Logan than what he shows the world. Even though she realizes it’s dangerous to fall for a closed-off man like him, she’s a girl who always follows her heart.

What starts as a forced acquaintance turns into an illicit affair where risks are taken and bonds are broken, and Logan and Rosalia learn that love can be disastrous.

Every action has a consequence, and matters of the heart are no exception.

“I LOVED THIS BOOK! I can’t tell you much I enjoyed reading this heart pounding, racy, sexy, dangerous and OMG oh so good story. It was fast paced with all the elements I require for a 5+ star read ! The prologue sets the tone for the novel and right away you will know to settle in and get ready to enjoy the ride of your life.“–Books and Boys Blog

Author: Soraya Naomi

Soraya Naomi is the author of the Chicago Syndicate mafia series. She writes provocative novels with a sinfully seductive blend of romance, suspense & men who love hard and at all costs. The Chicago Syndicate series - #1 Amazon Organized Crime series - has been translated into several languages. Soraya has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Arts & Culture from Erasmus University Rotterdam.

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