Order of Lili St. Germain Books
Lili St. Germain loves her gorgeous husband and her beautiful daughter as well as Tarantino movies, good coffee, spending hours and hours on Pinterest and loves to read almost as much as she loves her writing. She quit the corporate daily grind to focus on her writing and hasn’t regret that choice yet.
Lili has her number one bestselling series Gypsy Brothers which was created in a serial format, intense and quick released often with some really good cliff hangers that is sure to bring the reader back. The series focuses on a morally lacking biker gang and a female who seeks her vengeance on them. Lili’s Cartel series is the prequel of full length novels that touches on the beginnings of the club with a HarperCollins 2015 release.
Publication Order of Cartel Trilogy Books
Publication Order of Hell’s Kitchen Books
Publication Order of Gypsy Brothers Books
Publication Order of Omnibus Books
Note: The Hell’s Kitchen series is co-authored by Hart Saint Germain and Callie Hart.
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Lili St Germain Synopsis: Cartel, the first book in the Cartel Trilogy, has become the number one ebook bestseller as well as a USA today bestseller. Does life have a price? Growing up in Villanueva, Colombia Mariana Rodriguez is the eldest daughter of a Colombian drug lord and has never wanted for anything. From her lavish lifestyle, safety of the Cartel that her father works for and private schools at nineteen she has her whole life planned and it’s going to be great. She’s going to finish school, go onto college, graduate and move with the love of her life to the United States and finally be free from the Cartel and able to breathe. But her father makes a major mistake when a very large and very expensive shipment of cocaine is seized by authorities and her father becomes liable for the debt which is half a million dollars. To ensure her family survives, Mariana is also a very smart daughter and offers herself as payment for her father’s mistatkes but she didn’t plan on falling in love with the man who now owned her.