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D.C. Gomez - The Traitor

Volatile. Destructive. With an Identity crisis. Eric might not survive working with Sasha…


The clock is ticking and Eric has less than a week to find and capture the infamous Rafael. He is willing to swallow his pride and hire the services of another deadly assassin, Sasha Garcia.


Too bad for Eric, Sasha has given up the trade for a more civilized profession as an accountant. Now Eric has to find a way to convince the talented Sasha to work for him, while finding the traitors in their mists.


* The Traitor is book two in the Urban Fantasy Series The Order’s Assassin. Our favorite witch and former cop, Eric from the Intern Diaries Series, has a new job with the Order of Witches. With no way out, he must continue his mission to clean out the Order, before he is the one hunted down.

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