Broken Vow Spiral-Bound | December 19, 2023

Sophie Lark

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The fifth book in Amazon bestselling author Sophie Lark's red-hot dark romance series, Brutal Birthright, follows a mafioso's daughter who's hunted by an assassin, and the man desperate to save her.

He'll protect herwhether she likes it or not.

Riona Griffin is gorgeous, intelligent, and iron-willed, determined to carve her name in the family ledger without a man at her side. But when she barely survives an unexpected attack on her life, her family hires Raylan Boone as her bodyguard—a rancher, a soldier, and a southern boy with plenty of charm to burn.

And Riona hates his guts.

She doesn’t think she needs anybody, but Raylan is pretty sure she needs him. After all, she’s being hunted by an assassin who never misses his mark. To keep her safe, Raylan will have to stay by her side, day and night, for the foreseeable future. Riona might think that’s a fate worse than death, but once they’re alone on Raylan’s family ranch, the chemistry between them comes to a boil—and everything changes.

Raylan knows Riona could learn to love him. But he’ll have to keep her alive first.

And this hitman isn’t getting his girl without a fight.

Content warnings: violence, murder, death of a parent.

Publisher: Sourcebooks
Original Binding: Trade Paperback
Pages: 352 pages
ISBN-10: 1728294223
Item Weight: 0.84 lbs
Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.3 inches
Customer Reviews: 4 out of 5 stars 10,001 to 50,000 ratings

When SOPHIE LARK started writing, she wanted to create intelligent and powerful female characters who were allowed to be flawed. She's always loved dark and twisty storylines. She thought so many of her interests were strange until she found an online community of readers who love all the same things. Sophie writes all kinds of stories, including dark romance, fantasy, and suspense. She's a sucker for anti-heroes and moral dilemmas. Her readers mean everything to her. She couldn’t do what she loves for a living without them, and she’d be lost without the outlet of writing.