Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell – Review by Tausha Treadway

Miami Days Havana NightsMiami Days Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Miami Days, Havana Nights by Linda Bennett Pennell . This is a great dual story with action and romance. The first part of the story is set in the mid 1920’s with a Jewish boy named Sam who is making extra money working for a gangster in a speakeasy to help his family. While there Sam witnesses a hit and is sent to Miami with no money. no friends and no place to hide. Sam’s only choice is to do that the Mob demands so he begins bootlegging . He is miserable until he sees the daughter of the family he’s staying with. Her name is Rebecca and he’s in love at first sight and she feels the same. Sam begs the Mob to let him out so he can marry Rebecca but that comes with a price. Will he be able to pay that price. This story is being told thru Liz Reams a History of American Crime Professor who has success, a great new boyfriend and a lead on information about this 1920’s Mob leader. What could be wrong, her life seems perfect. While she’s trying to figure out Sam’s story she realizes its very similar to her own. A long standing personal debt has her on a life changing journey. The man who gave her all the info expects her to pay, Will the price be too high? Read Miami Days, Havana Nights to find out! I LOVE these books.

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