By M. D. Grayson
Attractive Seattle enterprise heiress Gina Fiore has vanished with out a hint. determined for aid, her kinfolk turns to Gina’s former boyfriend, Danny Logan to discover her and convey her domestic adequately. Logan is a fifth-generation Seattle local who owns the Logan deepest research business enterprise. together with his affiliates Antoinette “Toni” Blair, Kenny Hale, and Joaquin Khiatel, he accepts the case and starts the search for Gina. Logan and his group dig for clues and shortly locate that they’re now not the single ones searching for Gina. The Tijuana-Mendez drug cartel is keenly drawn to her whereabouts, as is the Calabria crime relatives from Chicago. The race is directly to locate Gina and produce her domestic appropriately and the stakes couldn't be better. with a view to succeed, Logan’s not just going to want all of the ability and good fortune he can assemble, he’s going to want to confront the unresolved emotions he nonetheless has for Gina - emotions that would simply get him killed!
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