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Levity works the streets of Welcome Boulevard, begging people for money. It keeps food in his belly, a leaky roof over his head, and he gets to do it with his best friend, Clove. No, it's not the ideal life, but he does what he must to survive.

Salvatore Grillo is a man who is used to getting what he wants. He's a loyal brother to his autistic sister, runs numerous business empires, and knows how to make people to bend to his will. It's not often someone comes along and shakes things up.

Levity's idea to pull in more money draws Salvatore's attention, and while being the focus of a crime boss should be terrifying, Levity is intrigued by the man. Not to mention, Sal is as gorgeous as he is powerful. The two gravitate toward one another and soon are wrapped up tightly in each other's worlds. When enemies try to break through their doors and their lives, Salvatore has to do everything in his power to save not just himself but Levity too.

Not knowing who is behind all the chaos or when they will strike makes their happily ever after almost impossible. Time's running out for Sal and Levity. Will they survive, or will their story end before it's even begun?

Contains mature themes.

©2021 Davidson King (P)2022 Tantor

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  • Karlene Anderson
  • 30-06-22

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i dont know if Haven Hart was written after this book or before, but this is not as good in comparison. There is less character development, and it feels like a watered-down version of Snow and his romance with his mob boss. I would pass on this one. Wish I could my money back, but it harms the author more than ppl know!

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