Catherine Wiltcher ~ A London Villain ~ Blog Tour / Excerpt

“He was coming back for me, and the whole of London was going to burn because of it.”

 

 

A London Villain, all-new second chance standalone romance by USA Today bestselling author Catherine Wiltcher is now live!

 

 

 

 

 

 

It started with a dare:

Steal a kiss from the pretty, green-eyed girl with the Irish mobster father.

Turns out, Ada O’Sullivan was a much better thief than me.

In the span of one night, I lost my head, my senses, my loyalty to my own crime family…

 

At nineteen, she was the only thing worth fighting for.

Dying for.

Loving.

But I was a boy playing a man’s game.

In the end, they drove me from this city, while Ada was driven straight to hell.

 

Now, I’m back—an avenging devil—with red hands and loaded bullets.

Irish. Mafia. Bratva. British.

Everyone who tore her from my arms, everyone who has ever hurt her, will suffer the consequences.

 

But time bleeds secrets.

Secrets open old wounds.

Ada isn’t the same sweet girl I knew before they ripped her innocence apart.

And that boy?

I’ve turned him into a villain who will stop at nothing to make her mine again.

 

A London Villain is a heart-stopping, second chance romance with NO cliff-hanger and a guaranteed HEA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grab your copy today!

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Excerpt

 

PROLOGUE

ADA

 

 

They told me he was dead, and I believed them.

Two weeks later, the first book arrived.

There was no postmark, no return address, but I knew it was from him. I’d been holding a copy the day he set fire to my soul in a stolen car on the edge of darkness. When for twelve hours the world had sparked with light and colour before they’d shrouded it in black again.

After that, they appeared once a month, and it was always the same book, just different versions. Some had discreet covers. Others were straight-up classics. French, German, Italian, Arabic… Every translation you could think of.

 

Most were torn with age, but a few had been newly reprinted that year. No two copies were identical, but the story never changed because it was our story now. They’d turned him into the villain, and me into a footnote: framed for a crime we didn’t commit, and then punished and kept apart for years because of it.

One was so rare it had been auctioned off for a huge amount of money—the highest anyone had paid for a first edition. The buyer was anonymous, of course. I read about him in a newspaper someone had left behind in a coffee shop. According to the by-line, the final bid had come in from Monaco.

Monaco.

I remember thinking then how sad and strange it was that for all the blood money we had, we were both still bankrupt in all the ways it mattered.

Then, five months ago, the books stopped arriving.

I figured he was dead now for sure, and my grief was so great it felt like every chamber of my heart was being pierced by a bullet.

I waited weeks for my Bratva bastard of a husband to show up and taunt me with the news, but he never came.

That’s when I knew the truth:

Our chains had finally broken.

The war was finally here.

Frankie was coming back for me, and the whole of London was going to burn because of it.

 

 

 

 

Meet Catherine

Catherine Wiltcher is a USA Today and Amazon Top 15 bestselling dark romance author. A stage 4 cancer thriver and a former TV Producer, she writes flawed characters who always fall hard and deep for one another, whatever the cost.

She lives in the UK with her husband and their two young daughters.

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Connect with Catherine

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