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Forgive and Forget Stephanie Harte 4*#Review @Aria_Fiction @HoZ_Books @StephanieHarte3 #ganglit #crimefiction #thriller #Essex #organisedcrime #BlogTour #BookReview #ForgiveandForget

It’s now or never for Gemma, will she finally be able to step away from a life of crime?

Mob boss Alfie has new rivals in town – and they might be more than a match for the Essex gangster. Between defending his turf, appeasing his crime lord father and holding onto the woman of his dreams, Alfie knows that something’s got to give…

Nathan’s recovering from his coma and trying to come to terms with his wife’s bombshell secret – that her son Luca was fathered by Alfie. Unconvinced of Gemma’s loyalty, he turns to his estranged ex-con father for help…

Gemma will do anything to give her son a normal life – and she’s surprised to find she has unexpected allies. But when the moment of truth arrives, can she trust Nathan to protect her and Luca?

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I received a copy of this book from Aria Fiction in return for an honest review.

My Thoughts…

The final instalment in this gangland thriller is addictive, intense and revengeful. Gemma regrets her mistake with Alfie, although she loves Luca, her son. Nathan survives his coma, but will he survive recuperation at Alfie’s secluded home? Alfie’s world threatens to implode from all sides whilst Gemma tries to save her family.

Told from the three protagonists points of view, the reader experiences their fears and motivations. The characters are realistic, and the plot gritty with suspenseful twists.

Stephanie Harte

Stephanie Hart is a debut author writing in the ganglit genre. She lives in London with her family. Twitter

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