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This is book number 2 in the 365 Days Bestselling Series series.
The steamy and thrilling story of Laura and Massimo continues in this unputdownable sequel to the international bestseller 365 Days—the inspiration behind Netflix’s blockbuster movie.
Laura Biel’s new life in Sicily looks like the perfect fairy tale: a grand wedding, a wealthy and devoted husband, a baby on the way, and lavish luxury complete with servants, extravagant cars, and seaside palazzos. Yes, all of this would be perfect, except for the fact that Laura is constantly surrounded by gangsters as the threat of her kidnapping looms large. Laura is about finally discover what it means to be married to the most dangerous man in Italy.
About the Author
Blanka Lipinska is a #1 international bestselling author. Her trilogy has been translated in thirty languages worldwide with over two million copies in print. She’s an author out of desire rather than necessity and writes for fun instead of money. She loves tattoos, values truthfulness, and treasures altruism. Annoyed with the lack of openness about sex, she took it upon herself to start a discussion about the many sides of love. She likes to say that talking about sex is as easy as preparing dinner. Blanka was ranked as one of Poland’s highest paid writers in 2019 by Wprost magazine. In 2020, the same magazine listed her as one of Poland’s most influential women. The Polish National Library readership survey lists her in the top ten most popular authors in Poland and ForbesWomen magazine included her among the top female brands. Her bestselling novel 365 Days is the basis of one of 2020’s most successful Netflix movies worldwide. The film has spent ten days as #1, the second highest in the chart’s history.
“Lipinska spins a tantalizing dark erotic romance between a volatile pair with this sequel to 365 Days... Fast-paced, suspenseful, and loaded with twists and turns, this edgy romance will entice fans enamored by complicated, dangerous heroes... [an] addictive thrill ride.”
— Publishers Weekly