Dmitry’s Royal Flush Comes back to Life during Sochi Olympics

This book had been put to bed by many but picked back up during the Olympics at Sochi.  I can’t  help but pick it back up too considering that I wrote the book four years before the Olympics actually took place.  It’s fun though.  I love the fact that we are looking at the book at it’s characters.  So, until the Olympics are over, every day, I’ll share a little DRF with you for our own reading pleasure.

First we have to remember the Synopsis of DRF.  Here it is…

Dmitrys Royal FlushFrom the popular multicultural author, Latrivia S. Nelson, comes the highly anticipated second installment of the Medlov Crime Family Series, Dmitry’s Royal Flush: Rise of the Queen. For Dmitry and Royal Medlov, money doesn’t equal happiness.  Forced to leave Memphis, TN and flee to Prague after a brutal mafia war, the couple nestled into the countryside to raise their daughter, Anya, and lead a safe, quiet life.   But when Dmitry’s son, Anatoly, shows up with an offer he can’t refuse, Dmitry is forced to go back to the life he left as boss of the most feared criminal organization in world.  Consequently, the deal could not only destroy the Medlov Crime Family but also Dmitry and Royal.  Royal hasn’t been the same since she was attacked three years ago.  Where she used to be a sweet, innocent girl, she’s now the jaded, bitter mistress of the Medlov Chateau.  However, a reality check is in store for the pre-Madonna when Anya’s new teacher shows up with her sights set on stealing Dmitry, and Ivan’s old ally shows up with his sights on killing him.  Can Royal save them all?  Will she? With a family in such turmoil, the only way to survive is to stick together.  Read the gripping tale of a marriage strong enough to stand the test of time as Dmitry realizes that he has the best cards in the house as long as he has a Royal Flush.

~ by Latrivia Welch on February 12, 2014.

One Response to “Dmitry’s Royal Flush Comes back to Life during Sochi Olympics”

  1. Reblogged this on Living as Latrivia Nelson and commented:

    This comes to mind…

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