What a great way to experience the Roarin’ Twenties! Leo does a bang-up job of setting the reader into the thick of gangster-ridden Chicago at a very volatile time in U.S. history. It’s a roller coaster of ups and downs that will keep the reader turning the pages.
Dot Rodgers hasn’t been a poster girl for propriety since she fled her family and moved to Chicago, but she’s not apologizing for it … exactly. Charlie Corrigan may have been scarred by the Great War, but he’s still got ambitions. Recapturing the interest of the flapper who holds his heart is chief among them. So he opens a new business near Chicago … and then things get really interesting.