(The New Mafia Trilogy 0.5)
by E.J. Fechenda
February 19, 2015
When an ordinary day at his construction job turns into a bloodbath, Grant Ross’ life is changed forever. With blood on his hands from taking another man’s life, Grant is thrust into a world he never knew existed: a world of power, money and death.
A meeting in a dimly lit nightclub with Marco, head of the Grabano crime family, seals Grant’s fate. Struggling to find a balance between life as a college student and his lucrative new job as an enforcer for the Philly mob, Grant eventually has to make a choice and he knows he’s in too deep to walk away from the mafia.
Grant gets in even deeper when he meets Miranda Grabano. They have a connection, but she’s the boss’ daughter and off limits. As he navigates his way through the criminal underworld and into Miranda’s heart, life gets more challenging after his sister moves to Philadelphia to attend school. Grant has always looked out for Natalie and practically raised her. Now that she’s in the city he does everything he can to keep her away from the truth and shield her from the violence that surrounds him, but at what cost? A snap decision is made and Grant realizes too late that he may have opened the door to Natalie sharing his fate.
Enforcer is a prequel novella for The New Mafia Trilogy and can be read in any order. The Beautiful People (Book One) and Clean Slate (Book Two) are available now. Endings & Beginnings (Book Three) will be released in the spring of 2015.
About the Author
E.J. Fechenda has lived in Philadelphia, Phoenix and now calls Portland, Maine home where she is a wife, stepmom, and pet parent - all while working full time. Crazy is how she likes it. She has a degree in Journalism from Temple University and her short stories have been published in Suspense Magazine, the 2010 and 2011 Aspiring Writers Anthologies, and in the Indies Unlimited 2012 Flash Fiction Anthology.
She is currently working on the last book of The New Mafia Trilogy. E.J. is a member of the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance and co-founder of the fiction reading series, “Lit: Readings & Libations”, which is held quarterly in Portland.
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