Title: Anarchist's Lullaby
Author: Katie de Long writing
as Tiger Tarantino
Genre: Dark Romance
Release Date: March 28, 2017
My life went to hell the moment I punched Deckard Price. On camera, no less. I swear, I just did what everyone was thinking.
The better part of the country had been wanting to do it. His violent mainstreaming of white-nationalism struck fear into the hearts of everyone with a lick of sense.
My little outburst brought smiles to millions of households, made millions of scared people laugh and feel powerful, just for a minute.
If only the story ended there. But every action has consequences.
Now, I’m on the run, with only a mysterious anarchist trying to protect me. He won’t tell me much about who he is, but he’s all I’ve got.
It’s only a matter of time before Price finds out who I am, finds me. And when he does, I’m worse than dead.
Because hell hath no fury like a Neo-Nazi who got clobbered by a girl.
Anarchist’s Lullaby contains mature content and is not intended for younger readers, or those sensitive to portrayals of racism, sexism, torture, and upsetting material.
After the conclusion to Anarchy and Romance comes Anarchist’s Lullaby, a standalone dark romance novel.
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RELEASING ON APRIL 25,2017
AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER:
(Anarchy and Romance #1)
Katie de Long writes steamy and dark New York Times and USA Today bestselling romances. She publishes paranormal romance as K. de Long, flirty, daring contemporaries as Lila Vega, and dark, sensuous romantic thrillers and dark romance as Tiger Tarantino.
Her books blend the bloody punch-to-the-gut spectacle and wit of a David Fincher movie with kink, chemistry, and edgy, angsty romance.
Katie lives in the Pacific northwest, realizing her dream of being a crazy cat-lady. As a kid, she flagged the fade-to-blacks in every adult book she encountered, and when she began writing, she vowed to use cutaways sparingly.
After all, that’s when the good stuff happens. And on a kindle, no one asks why there’s so many bookmarks in her library. Stay in touch with Katie: