Never Enough by Robyn NyxNever Enough by Robyn Nyx

Never Enough

byRobyn Nyx

Paperback | November 15, 2016

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When a killer sets her sights on her target, is there any stopping her?

Award-winning journalist Madison Ford is taking a well-deserved break from covering foreign wars. That break is cut short when she receives a mysterious package, full of incriminating information on a human trafficking ring. When she’s asked to do an interview with an actress and humanitarian, it seems like a welcome distraction. Little does she know how distracting it will become.

Elodie Fontaine is in demand. She chooses the movies she wants to work on and the women she wants in her bed. Humanitarian work takes up the rest of her time. Love isn’t an option. When Madison walks into her life, she’s faced with a dilemma: pursue Madison and lose her heart, or avoid the risk and lose her chance at happiness.

When Madison’s life is in danger, will love pull them through? Or will it be too late?
Robyn Nyx is an avid shutterbug and lover of all things fast and physical. Her writing often reflects both of those passions. She writes lesbian fiction when she isn’t busy being the chief executive of a UK charity. She lives with her soul mate and fellow scribe. They have no kids or kittens, which allows them to travel to exotic place...
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Title:Never EnoughFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.68 inPublished:November 15, 2016Publisher:Bold Strokes BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1626396299

ISBN - 13:9781626396296

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"Nyx's debut is a grim but entertaining thriller that makes up for some truly grisly moments of violence with two well-realized heroines....But readers who can handle the gory content will find it well balanced by plenty of romance and copious amounts of sex, as well as a solid cast of supporting characters and some insightful handling of contemporary social issues." Publishers Weekly