Thicker Than Water

Thicker Than Water

by Michelle St. James

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"Super delicious alpha and a heroine that will make you melt!" - Reader Review

Nolan Burke was never really a criminal.

He'd joined the Syndicate to learn how to be a man. Pissing off his socialite mother was just a bonus, as was hanging around South Boston with Bridget Mongahan and his best friend Will. But that was before Bridget dumped him without explanation. Forced to pick up the pieces, Nolan returned to law school and set about fulfilling the real purpose of someone of his station -- making money.

Bridget Monaghan has never been ashamed of her working class upbringing. She loves everything about Southie, loves living with her parents and brother in their small row house and knowing everyone she passes on the sidewalk. Going to night school to become a lawyer was a way to do something meaningful with her life, a way to make the world a better place. Then her brother was diagnosed with ALS and she was forced to make the most painful decision of her life -- let Nolan Burke go to save her brother.

Four years later, Bridget is working as a lawyer for the Irish mob, trying to cover the expense of her brother's medications and treatments, when she finds herself in the crosshairs of a war between the Syndicate and a former I.R.A. operative running the criminal organization in South Boston. When the Syndicate asks for Nolan's help, he and Bridget are drawn into a deadly turf war that will force them to decide if they should save themselves -- or risk everything for love.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940159017970
Publisher: Blackthorn Press
Publication date: 07/24/2018
Series: Boston Syndicate , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 27,008
File size: 300 KB

About the Author

Michelle St. James aka Michelle Zink is the author of over thirty published novels and seven novellas. Her first series, Prophecy of the Sisters (YA), was one of Booklist's Top Ten Debut novels. Her work has also been an Indie Next selection and has appeared on prestigious lists such as the Lonestar List, New York Public Library's Stuff for the Teen Age, and Chicago Public Library's Best of the Best. Her books have been published in over thirty countries and translated into over twenty languages. She lives in New York in a converted barn with a leaky roof and too many cats.

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