Friday, November 11, 2022

#NewRelease #KindleUnlimited - Till Death Do Us Part: A Mafia Romance by Bella Di Corte

Title: Till Death Do Us Part
Author: Bella Di Corte
Genre: Mafia Romance, Romantic Suspense
Release Date: November 11, 2022
Cover Design: Emily Wittig Designs

"Absolutely flawless story written with passion." — Kelly Reads Books
"Bella knows how to write perfect alpha heroes that you can't help but love." — Lady Bonny Reading
"Felice and Roma are hot. Searing red hot hot HOT." — Huh_Lena, Bookbish
"Author Bella Di Corte proves once more why she is the Queen of Mafia writing." —Karen Lee Reads

Dear John,

We were doomed from the start…

Those were the last words I left Felice “John” Maggio. I knew they were true from the beginning.

The first time I saw him was through a haze of blood. He walked into my hospital room like he was the one who could heal me. He had sensed that not all wounds can be seen—my sense of security had been shattered.

Despite the warnings from my mind, my heart decided to trust him.

I should have listened. The warnings became symbolic, like rain and a broken mirror on a wedding day. Still, I did something I never should have.

I fell in love with a gangster. And after I ran, he followed, just like the unbreakable promise I’d made him.


Blurred lines and gray areas were specialties of mine, but any vow I took was sacred. So when Roma Corvo repeated the words "till death do us part," nothing in this world could break that vow. Not even her.

Bella Di Corte writes criminal romance that will steal your heart. She brings to life stories of men who walk the line between irredeemable and savable, and the women who force them to feel. She’s known for her rich world building and strong characters. She’s also an International Bestselling Author.

Apart from writing, Bella loves to spend time with her husband, daughter, family, and four dogs. She also loves to read, listen to music, cook recipes that were passed down to her, and take photographs.

Bella grew up in New Orleans, a place she considers a creative playground.


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