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Happy Release Day ~ As the Liquor Flows #amreading #romance #greatdepression #prohibition #historicalromance

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It’s finally live! Long Valley Press and Angela Christina Archer announce the release of . . .

As the Liquor Flows

Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929, the day the stock market crashed, and the day Evelyn Ford will never forget.

With the untimely death of her parents and the loss of their only income, Evelyn, and her brother, Frank flee to a make-shift hovel built in Central Park.

After Frank mysteriously goes missing, bare cupboards force Evelyn to seek employment anywhere she can find work, even if that means working at a burlesque theater.

Catching the attention of Don Vincent Giovanni, a Kingpin in the New York mafia, Evelyn discovers that Frank is serving time in prison for running hooch and he owes Vincent a lot of money. In order to pay off her brother’s debt, Evelyn is thrown into the world of mobsters and bootlegging.

Between running hooch all over the city of New York and trying to save her brother, Evelyn finds herself drawn to Max Catalano, Vincent’s Consigliere. Even with secrets of his own, he’s the only one she can trust when she entangles herself in the middle of the New York mafia crime wars.



5 thoughts on “Happy Release Day ~ As the Liquor Flows #amreading #romance #greatdepression #prohibition #historicalromance

  1. Got my copy already along with In The Land of Gold, and When the Black Roses Grow via Sara Kjeldsen’s recommendation. I’m going to try to resist reading them at the same time. Gotta exercise some control. I guess that makes me a fan. 😀

    1. Thank you so much!!! I hope you enjoy them all. In the Land of Gold is my favorite (I’m actually planning to release a sequel when I get my rights back from my publisher and publish a second edition myself), followed by the new one. Salem was a very hard book to write from beginning to end. I don’t know if I will ever chose that time period again. LOL.

      1. I think Land of Gold will be a favorite of mine as well although I’m thrilled with all of them. Yes, I think that period would be especially hard to take considering it was a dark period in American history brought on by religious zealots.

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